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Black History Month Concert Series
February 11 @ 11:00 am
All 4,200 In-School singers and the world-renowned Voice of Chicago come together for a dynamic educational program and performance honoring black culture. The theme of the concert series aligns with the 2020 Black History Month national theme, “African Americans and the Vote.”
Click here to watch highlights from our 2018 Black History Month Concert Series.
The Black History Month concert series is supported, in part, by Bob and Rose Fealy and the Vandenberg Family.
Voice of Chicago is presented by Allstate.
This event is free and open to the public.*
Performances take place at the following dates and times:
February 10, 11 & 12, 2020 at 11am.
*Seating is limited for Black History Month Concert Series. We will accommodate patrons on a first come, first served basis as space is available. To attend please enter Symphony Center through the Michigan Avenue lobby and check in with our staff at the CCC table. From there you will be directed to your seat based on availability. We will begin accommodating patrons at 10:00am.
Concert Program – february 11
Lift Every Voice and Sing
Schools: Homeschool, Inter-American, Nixon
Conductor: Daniel Wallenberg
Schools: Brunson, Clark, Lee, Lovett, West Park
Conductor: Miriam Kim
If He Did it Before (Same God)
Ain’t Gonna Let Nobody Turn Me ‘Round
Schools: Edison, Mireles, Morrill, North River, Parker, Prescott
Conductor: Ryan Fitzpatrick
Love is Action
People Get Ready
Voice Of Chicago
Schools: Cardenas, Drummond, Hale, Spry
Conductor: Lisa Arnold
Schools: Keller, Nobel, Tilton
Conductor: Heather Stewart
Schools: Intercultural Montessori, Jordan, New Field, Ogden-East, Ogden-Jenner, Swift
Conductor: Elisabeth Baker
Stand Up For Something
Schools: Catalyst Maria, Kershaw, KIPP Bloom, Langford, St. Philip Neri
Conductor: Lonnie Norwood
We Shall Overcome