A HOLIDAY TRADITION OF ANGELIC SOUNDS MCC in Annual Holiday Concert Voices of Angels

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MCC in Annual Holiday Concert Voices of Angels

Coral Gables, FL – November 18, 2015 – The Miami Children’s Chorus will present its annual holiday concert – Voices of Angels – Sat., Dec. 12th, 7:00PM at the First United Methodist Church of Coral Gables, 536 Coral Way.
The choristers of the MCC continue their celebration of the 50th Anniversary with a concert of traditional and new holiday fare. Fresh off a “standing-room-only” presentation at the Arsht Center this group promises to make your holiday a celebratory event. Songs to be performed include holiday favorites Hark! The Herald Angel Sing; Silent Night and a moving O Come, O Come Immanuel as arranged by Natalie Sleeth. New holiday music by Mark Sirett
Hodie Alleluia and the duo Paul Caldwell and Sean Ivory If Wishes Had Wings also receive a high artistic recreation by the children of the MCC.

Tickets for this event – Voices of Angels – Sat., Dec. 12th, 7:00PM are available now and can be purchased by visiting the MCC web site or by calling the MCC Office at 305.662.7494. The cost is $25 General Admission | $10 Children (age 5-18),
MCC Alumni & Senior Citizens. 

Your holiday will not be complete without experiencing the heavenly sounds of the Miami Children’s Chorus in Voices of Angels. Get your tickets now to ensure your seat.

The Miami Children’s Chorus is a not-for-profit community arts organization
specializing in choral music education and performance for children age 8-18 in Miami-Dade County. In three levels of ensemble – beginning, intermediate and advanced – MCC provides weekly rehearsals where children practice the life-long skills of commitment, respect for self and others, and the rewards of a dedicated effort while learning the skills and techniques necessary for healthy vocal production, musicianship and artistry.

MCC has performed with PBS favorite André Rieu, the Cleveland Orchestra, Israeli Chamber Orchestra, Florida Grand Opera, Gloria Estefan and made a Super Bowl appearance with Queen Latifah. One could say with confidence that the MCC unites voices to change lives.

Recent alum Edmond Rodriguez commented on his experience in the MCC: “MCC has molded my respect for others and myself. Being forced to trust those around me, I learned that respect stems from understanding the direction in which a group of musicians choose to pursue. Music has the power to take us to another dimension of communication, and MCC exposed me to that concept from the very beginning. MCC teaches you how to be social, passionate and caring. For me, MCC distinguished the difference between good and great, and I am so grateful to have been a part of this community. It will be a part of me forever.” Edmond is now a freshman in the Thornton School of Music at the University of Southern California. As a freshman he was selected by audition to sing in the USC Chamber Singers – the highest level of ensemble on the USC campus.

The Miami Children’s Chorus is supported in part by the Miami-Dade County
Department of Cultural Affairs and the Cultural Affairs Council, the Miami-Dade County Mayor and Board of County Commissioners; the City of Miami Beach, Cultural Affairs Program, Cultural Affairs Council; Citizens Interested in Arts, Inc., and Symphonettes.

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If you’d like more information about the Miami Children’s Chorus, or to schedule an interview with Music Director, Timothy A. Sharp, contact the MCC at 305.662.7494 or via e-mail at