Cincinnati Children’s Choir satellite choirs to perform in holiday concert

Congratulations to the Northeast Satellite Choir who will join the additional 10 Cincinnati Children’s Choir satellite locations throughout the Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky area for a winter concert at 11 a.m. Dec. 14 in Corbett Auditorium at the University of Cincinnati.

Tickets for this concert can be purchased by calling the UC box office at 513-556-4183, or online at

Young singers from Clermont County, Butler County, West side, Blue Ash, Oxford, Northern Kentucky, Clinton County, Lebanon, West End, Fairfield and Finneytown, have been singing, learning and performing in a children’s choir program since the beginning of October. All of the Cincinnati Children’s Choir programs are non-competitive while focusing on artistry, arts education, building community, and self-esteem. CCC’s satellite program is 10-week sessions bi-annually, which allows students (typically third through sixth grade) to participate at remote locations and come together once a session for a concert with all CCC ensembles.

“The satellite program is a great chance for interested young singers to explore choral music in a creative and fun learning environment that is close to home,”, said Jim Waddle, operations and outreach manager for the Cincinnati Children’s Choir. Waddle said this is a tremendous opportunity for children who love to sing and are looking for a quality learning experience.

Singers interested in joining a satellite choir for the spring session (March-May 2014) should contact Jim Waddle at 513-446-9508, or email Satellite locations, rehearsal dates and times and registration information can also be found at

About the Cincinnati Children’s Choir
It is the mission of the Cincinnati Children’s Choir to offer all children the opportunity to experience musical excellence in a creative environment. Participants demonstrate musical understanding, artistry, achievement and confidence through passionate performances and collaborations with premier ensembles and children’s choirs throughout the world. CCC builds stronger communities by creating a comprehensive foundation that supports music educators and develops tomorrow’s leaders.

CCC serves nearly 950 children annually in one of seven resident choirs, 11 satellite choirs, two festivals and one Cincinnati Public Schools honor choir. For more information, visit

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