In the News
All levels of our choirs perform around the Valley. Why? We believe that performing music is the best way to experience music. Read all about us in the feature articles below.
How Can I Keep from Singing?
Read about our program's response to the pandemic and our amazing community's support. Read the complete Chandler Children’s Choir Sets Auditions article from the SanTan Sun News.
CCC honored at ACDA Western Division Conference
Chandler Children's Choir large ensemble featured at ACDA Western Division Conference in March 2020. Read more here!
Tumbleweed Tree Lighting
The virtual Tumbleweed tree lighting is on Saturday, December 5 from 6:00 to 7:00 p.m. This holiday spectacular is chock-full of musical performances, stories about Chandler traditions and more. Santa and city employees also stop by to bring messages of goodwill and spirited holiday cheer.
Please visit the Tumbleweed Tree Lighting page for more information.
Helping Kids Go Places: Chandler Children's Choir
CCC is committed to being involved in the community on multiple levels. They provide free community concerts every year and have two Neighborhood Choir Programs at Hartford and San Marcos Elementary Schools where they work with more than 75 students annually on site at their school. CCC singers also participate in several community service projects throughout the year including Sleepmats for the Homeless and Feed the Starving Children.
To learn more, check out this feature on Sonoran Living!
Choir first: seven arguments why parents should choose children's choir over private voice lessons
Have you ever wondered whether it's better to enroll your child in private voice lessons or get him involved in a children's choir? Our founder and artistic director recently published an article answering that very question! Flip to page 12 of AzACDA's winter 2018 issue of their official publication, Antiphon, to read Mrs. Stewart's seven reasons for choosing children's choir over private voice lessons.
Busy Dad Juggles CCC, Work, & Four Children
Behind the scenes of the Chandler Children’s Choir is a father of four thrilled to use his financial expertise to help shine the spotlight on his wife and their children, along with other youths. Read more about our very own Adam Stewart in the SanTan Sun News.
CCC founder looks beyond the east valley
After just nine years, the Chandler Children's Choir boasts more than 140 auditioned singers ranging in age from seven to 18. Learn more about what we have in store for our Season 9 finale, "Fields of Gold," in the East Valley Tribune.
ccc founder takes on statewide role
Read about Mrs. Aimee Stewart's recent election as president of the Arizona chapter of the American Choral Director's Association (AzACDA) on page 3 of the SanTan Sun News.
Building community, Strengthening connections
Can the power of young singers help us find common ground? That’s the aim of Chandler Children’s Choir with its fall concert, “There’s a Place for Us.” Read more about it in the Ahwatukee Foothills News.
Youth Choir Concert Aims to Bring People Together
Check out the latest issue of SanTan Sun News, featuring our very own Chandler Children's Choir! Everyone's buzzing about our upcoming fall concert, "There's a Place for Us," and the way our choir is working to build community. Read the full article on page 56.
CCC Joins Chinese New Year Celebration
CCC is proud to celebrate Chinese culture and showcase its diversity with memorable performances at the annual Chinese New Year show in Mesa. Read more in the San Tan News Sun.
CCC Takes Center Stage at 2016 Celebration of Chinese New Year
Young CCC soloists are excited to perform "Cai Diao," a Chinese folk song, for family and friends at the annual Chinese New Year show in Mesa. Read more in the Wrangler News.
2015 Cantaremos Honor Choir Festival Report
AzACDA Festival's 10th anniversary is a great success with more than 200 youth statewide participating in Honor Choir. Read more in the Antiphon.