Boston City Singers serves 500 extraordinary singers aged 4 – 18 in 15 different programs, most of whom live in the Boston’s urban neighborhoods. Our music and creative youth development programs are located in Dorchester, Jamaica Plain and North Cambridge. Admission is need-blind. Tuition is based on a sliding scale and no child is denied access to our programs for lack of family resources.
Celebrate National Random Acts of Kindness Day with us as we share stories and songs about how to be kind in different ways. After we’ll share a sweet treat together! Designed for children ages 2 and up. No registration needed
Join us to close out our 2023 season with some holiday themed karaoke, winter crafts and games! Bring a batch of cookies to share/swap. We will provide the hot cocoa and fun for the whole family! All ages. This event is free but we welcome donations!
Brian Doser, The Music Man will entertain both young and old at the Magnolia Library and Community Center. This pop up show will include dancing, singing, live music and holiday cheer!
One of the most anticipated events of the year returns to Lynch Park! Every park and camp will display their dance and music routines in front of friends, family, and more! Adventure Camp is looking to defend their Grand Prize, as the other parks and camps will do their very best to be the 2023 Lip Sync Champions!
Come out for a student showcase of the acclaimed Boston String Academy (BSA). The BSA is a non-profit organization providing rigorous string instrument instruction to children in under-served communities in and around Boston using the Venezuelan El Sistema philosophy which views music as a vehicle for social change.
For two decades, Boston Children’s Chorus has represented our city—reflecting and celebrating its diversity and raising voices for social change. In the 200th anniversary of Boston’s incorporation as a city, BCC singers celebrate our city’s history of civil rights activism and draw attention to the work still ahead of us. While exploring an inequitable past and the generational impact of these injustices on the Boston we live in today, BCC singers celebrate our 20th anniversary by recommitting to our core mission—inspiring inquiry, cultivating empathy, and becoming the future generation of Boston leaders.
Join us for our annual visit from Santa, tree lighting, and holiday carols with Jambalaya Horns. Inside the library, there will be crafts and snacks until Santa's arrival.
Once we have sung along with Jambalaya Horns and lit our tree kids can come inside and give Santa their letter.
A Far Cry presents their present first ever family concert, "Rhythms of the Day" at the Shalin Liu Performance Center in Rockport Massachusetts. Called a “world-wide phenomenon” by Boston’s WBUR, the Grammy-nominated A Far Cry stands at the forefront of an exciting new generation in classical music. Bring the young people in your life to experience musical depictions of waking up, mealtime, wild adventures, slumber, and more. Designed for kids under 10 but enjoyable for all ages. One-hour, free concert - no tickets required.
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