December 12, 2019
What better way to ring in the holiday season than on a musical note with your friends in The Heritage Club?
Reserve Saturday, December 7, 2019 and join us as we kick off the Christmas holidays with the celebrated Chattanooga Boys’ Choir 57th Annual Singing Christmas Tree Concert at the Tivoli Theater! We have center orchestra seats for the show. We’ll enjoy the noon matinee performance, followed by a late lunch downtown.
The Chattanooga Boys Choir (CBC) was founded in 1954 and is the oldest boy choir in the southeastern United States. Started by local music teacher Caroline Brown as one choir of thirty boys, the organization now includes over 120 boys in five different ensembles from across the Chattanooga area and northwest Georgia. Members represent over thirty different public, private, and parochial schools and several homeschooled students.
The Chattanooga Boys Choir has performed all across the United States and in nineteen different countries around the world including England, Australia, Mexico, and Germany. Most recently, the CBC has represented Chattanooga in performance tours around the world including the Czech Republic, Ireland, and Canada. They choir made its Carnegie Hall debut in 2005 and appeared at the renowned Piccolo Spoleto Festival in Charleston SC in 2006 and 2012. In 2013 the Chattanooga Boys Choir performed in Havana by invitation of the Cuban Ministry of Culture, becoming the first children's choir from the United States to perform in Cuba in over half a century. From the great cathedrals of Europe and the White House to Major League ballparks and the Grand Ole Opry, the CBC represents the city as Chattanooga’s “Ambassadors of Goodwill.”