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Chicago Children's Choir

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  • East meets West at 'Sita Ram'

    East meets West at 'Sita Ram'
    The Harris Theater was a riot of color as more than 1,400 attendees, many wearing traditional Indian garb, arrived for the opening-night performance of "Sita Ram" on Dec. 14. The Chicago Children's Choir, the Lookingglass Theatre Company and the Natya...
  • Kandy Kane Ball toy drive breaks records

    Kandy Kane Ball toy drive breaks records
    For the 10th annual Kandy Kane Ball on Dec. 8, a semitrailer was parked outside Joe's Bar waiting to be filled with toys from the party, described by event organizers as the largest private toy drive in the city. More than 1,000 patrons, many clad in...
  • In inauguration, Emanuel steers away from Daley and sets own course

    In inauguration, Emanuel steers away from Daley and sets own course
    Rahm Emanuel took control of City Hall on Monday, calling for change and challenging Chicagoans to share in the work — and the pain — that lies ahead. On a crisp morning in picturesque Millennium Park, a landmark achievement of Richard M....
  • October 11: Midday Fix - Chicago Children's Choir

    October 11: Midday Fix - Chicago Children's Choir
    Chicago Children's Choir Fall Benefit Dinner and Celebration supporting Chicago Children's Choir Red Jacket Optional Friday, October 15 6:30 p.m. The Standard Club 320 South Plymouth Court Chicago www.ccchoir.org In 1956 during the Civil Rights...
  • Emanuel sworn in as mayor: 'Let us share the necessary sacrifices'

    Emanuel sworn in as mayor: 'Let us share the necessary sacrifices'
    Rahm Emanuel took the oath of office as Chicago's 46th mayor. The city's new mayor then laid out the challenges ahead: Improving schools, ending gun violence and downsizing a city government taxpayers can no longer afford. And he asked Chicagoans, the...
  • November 11 - Live Performance from Chicago Children's Choir

    November 11 - Live Performance from Chicago Children's Choir
    Chicago Children's Choir Chicago Cultural Center 78 E. Washington Street Chicago (312) 849-8300 www.ccchoir.org Songs of the Season Sunday, December 13 3:00 p.m. Harris Theater for Music and Dance 205 E. Randolph Drive Chicago Tickets: www....
  • Part 10: His last two days

    Wednesday, Feb. 28, 2001 The day before he died was one of the best days of Dick Cunningham's life. At last, it seemed, all he had worked for was coming his way. He had lunch at Northwestern University's law school with five exonerated Death Row...
  • Celebrating all weekend

    Events are planned Friday through Sunday. FRIDAY Grand opening evening at Jay Pritzker Pavilion. 5 to 7:30 p.m Pathway Performances, including: The Downtown Sound (polka); Farm Crew (hip-hop); Hedwig Dances with Erwin Helfer (improvisational blues and...
  • Part 11: In memoriam

    Dick Cunningham loved music. He memorized lyrics and knew who played what instrument on which album. He loved show tunes, Sinatra, Elvis Costello. His favorite was Bob Dylan. On record or in concert, he'd say, it always seemed like Dylan was singing...
  • 'LOTR' symphony sets Elvish to music

    The members of the World Festival Symphony Orchestra are accustomed to performing on strings, brass, woodwinds and percussion. It's just the specific forms of these instruments that might feel a little foreign to the musicians as they rehearse this week:...
  • CSO hopes movies lure fans to Orchestra Hall

    One week after "The Lord of the Rings Symphony" sweeps into town like Gandalf lighting the way for the denizens of Minas Tirith, the Chicago Symphony Orchestra will launch its first series dedicated to film music: Friday Night at the Movies. Each of...