Palatine Children's Chorus, a program of the Palatine Park District, is offering two free Welcome Nights this Fall. These free evenings offer children and their parents an opportunity to meet program staff and learn more about Palatine Children's Chorus and its individual choirs. Welcome Nights are being held on Thursday, August 28 at 6:30pm and on Tuesday, September 2 at 6:30pm at the Palatine Park District Community Center, Room 1C, 250 E. Wood Street, Palatine, IL.
Welcome Nights are for children ages 8 and older with their parents. All children who attend a welcome night will be placed in the choir where they will be most comfortable and successful. Choirs for children ages 8 and up include Treble Choir, Intermezzo Choir, Concert Choir and Honors Choir. Younger children who are ages 4-7 may register for the Sing with Me and Do Re Mi programs at www.palatineparks.org. Fall rehearsals for the choirs will begin September 3. Older singers rehearse on Mondays, and younger singers rehearse on Wednesdays. Singers ages 4 to 7 are encouraged to register for the Sing with Me and Do Re Mi programs through the Palatine Park District at www.palatineparks.org.
Palatine Children's Chorus is a program for children ages 4-18 who love to sing! The Palatine Children's Chorus begins its 28th season in September. Singers from throughout the northwest suburbs enjoy a variety of musical experiences in the Sing with Me (ages 4-5), Do Re Mi (ages 6-7), Treble (age 8+), Intermezzo, Concert, and Honors Choirs. The Chorus safely nurtures children's voices, introduces all age groups to a variety of music, and offers each level appropriate and safe vocal instruction and music education. Our traveling choirs have performed all around the U.S. and overseas: at New York's famed Carnegie Hall, the renowned Ryman Auditorium in Nashville, in Niagara Falls, Montreal, Quebec, Wales, England, Hawaii, Austria, Venice, San Francisco, Madrid and Barcelona Spain, and most recently, New Orleans at the St. Louis Cathedral. They have also performed for the Chicago Cubs, Chicago White Sox, Joffrey Ballet, at Lincoln Park Zoo, and at the Illinois State Fair as well as at many local Palatine-area venues.
All PCC choirs will perform a Fall concert on October 19 at Immanuel Lutheran Church in Palatine, in addition to holiday concerts at Cutting Hall Performing Arts Center on December 10 and 13. All PCC choruses, including Do Re Mi, also help the mayor light the Palatine Christmas tree each year in Towne Square.
For more information about Palatine Children's Chorus or the Fall Welcome Nights, visit www.thepcc.org, email email@example.com, or call 847-705-5123, x281.
The mission of Palatine Park District is to provide a variety of safe, enjoyable and affordable parks and recreation facilities and activities that will enhance the quality of life by promoting good health and well-being for all residents and visitors of the Palatine Park District. Visit www.palatineparks.org for more information.