The Children’s Chorus of San Antonio (CCSA) shines in "Project: Sing!" at Our Lady of the Lake University tonight at 6:30 p.m. in the Thiry Auditorium.
Project: Sing! is CCSA’s neighborhood-based satellite program that gives area children the opportunity to sing, learn, share and excel. PS:OLLU is in its tenth season and provides tuition-free programs to over 70 students from San Antonio and Edgewood ISDs.
Singers represent the 10 schools spanning grades 3-6 and receive the same level of curriculum and instruction as CCSA’s core programs. CCSA continues to provide exceptional experiences in choral music education and performance to over 300 children and youth annually.
The programs include five performing ensembles for children and youth ages seven to 18; “Music Together” an early-childhood music program for infants and toddlers ages birth to five; “Big Kids” for youngsters ages five to seven; and Project: Sing! a neighborhood-based satellite ensemble for elementary children in Harlandale, San Antonio and Edgewood school districts.
The CCSA singers who represent San Antonio and the surrounding communities perform in a variety of concerts throughout the city. CCSA's advanced choirs have traveled nationwide boasting feature performances, tours to Europe and Canada and have been featured on NBC-TV's Today Show. CCSA’s ensembles regularly perform with the San Antonio Symphony, San Antonio Mastersingers and the Youth Orchestras of San Antonio among others.
Auditions for CCSA’s next season’s choir begin May 12-14. For more information, call (210) 826-3447 or visit their website at childrenschorussa.org.