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September 1, 2022

Los Angeles Children’s Chorus is excited to share details of our 2022|2023 Season and we look forward to the beautiful season of song ahead! We hope the coming year will be a year unlike any other, with a variety of amazing performances and our much-anticipated international tour in the summer of 2023. On October 14, LACC will return to St. Andrew Church for our annual Bach to Broadway concert performance. We are thrilled to join our partner, LA Opera, for their production of Tosca in November, and will partner with the LA Phil for the Nutcracker, conducted by Gustavo Dudamel, in December. Also in December, we return for Pasadena Symphony & POPS’ annual Holiday Candlelight concert and will present our two highly-anticipated LACC Winter Concerts.Looking forward to 2023, LACC will again join our friends at the LA Phil for Mahler’s Symphony No. 3. And in May, we will return to Walt Disney Concert Hall for the LA Phil’s Sounds About Town series, present our annual Spring Concert at Pasadena Presbyterian Church, and join LA Opera for Otello. And in September, LACC will launch its refreshed website! With an updated look and feel, the website will be easier to navigate and offer more engaging content than before. 

While all three of our in-person First Experiences in Singing (FES) classes are full, LACC still has limited registration space available for our Zoom FES class. In FES, students will enjoy many opportunities to sing solos, play musical games, and use physical manipulatives to practice musical sight-reading and writing skills.

No audition is required for FES I. However, completion of Level I is a prerequisite for enrollment in Level II (which we will offer in the Spring). The program serves 6 and 7 year-olds, and children who turned 8 after September 1, 2022.

Learn more about First Experiences in Singing and enroll your child via the LACC website at www.lachildrenschorus.org/fes.

Did you know that many of LACC’S choristers started as young 6- or 7-year-old children in our First Experiences in Singing Program? Some of our singers have been with LACC for a decade or more, and while it’s always hard to say goodbye, we are thrilled for our graduating seniors as they begin the next chapters of their lives. We caught up with some of our recent graduates to see what their plans are for the coming year and beyond. Read more about their journeys through LACC and their future plans here.

LACC’s enrollment for the 2022|2023 season has grown by more than 100 singers from the last year. This tremendous growth allows LACC to further our mission of providing the highest quality choral education to students of all backgrounds. To serve our student body, LACC relies on private philanthropy and institutional giving to support our programming. We hope that this season you will include LACC in your giving plans. Please consider making a fully tax-deductible donation online or contact Director of Development, Lee Taylor, to explore giving opportunities. 


Bach to Broadway
LACC returns to St. Andrew Church for the annual Bach to Broadway concert. Many singers from local organizations will take the stage to perform a variety of music from classical works to more modern show tunes. You don’t want to miss it! 

Friday, October 14, 7:30 pm, St. Andrew Church, Pasadena

LACC choristers can’t wait to take to the LA Opera stage for this production of Tosca, featuring four of the greatest artists of their generations: soprano Angel Blue, tenors Michael Fabiano and Gregory Kunde, and bass-baritone Ryan McKinny. Performed in Italian with English subtitles. 

November 19 – December 10, various times, Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, Los Angeles

LACC Winter Concerts
LACC returns to Pasadena Presbyterian Church for our annual Winter Concerts on Friday, December 9 and Sunday, December 11. We hope you will join us as we fill the halls with wondrous song! Tickets will go on sale in the fall. 

Friday, December 9 & Sunday, December 11, 7:30 pm, Pasadena Presbyterian Church, Pasadena 

The Nutcracker
LACC is thrilled to return to the stage with our partners at the LA Philharmonic for this exciting production of The Nutcracker, conducted by Artistic Director Gustavo Dudamel. Featuring LA Phil musicians, dance elements, and Los Angeles Children’s Chorus choristers. The performances on December 10 and 17 are part of the LA Phil’s Symphonies for Youth series and are recommended for children 5 to 11 years old. 

December 3 , 4, 14, 17, & 18, various times, December 10 & 17, 11:00 am, Walt Disney Concert Hall, Los Angeles
Holiday Candlelight
LACC joins our partners, Pasadena Symphony and POPS for their annual Holiday Candlelight concert, which features a variety of seasonal choral selections and handbell performances set to candlelight in All Saints Church. 

Saturday, December 17, 4:00 & 7:00 pm, All Saints Church, Pasadena