Children's Chorus of San Antonio

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Last Monday, February 27th, SOLI Chamber Ensemble and the Children’s Chorus of San Antonio presented the premiere of Ballads of the Borderland at St. Mark’s Episcopal Church.

Greg Zaragoza

San Antonio is packed with things to do this weekend, and here are three you should really consider. First off tonight The Classic Theatre's Santaland Diaries.

Children's Chorus of San Antonio

The Children's Chorus of San Antonio is used to performing all over South Texas, but now they're practicing for a show they're taking all the way to New York City.

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The San Antonio Symphony's part of the Las Americas Festival has finished, but there's another event in the series.  It involves the pairing of Doc Watkins' Big Band with the Children's Chorus of San Antonio.

"We have the Children's Chorus of San Antonio, along with my band, which is a 9-piece salsa band, and we're going to be celebrating the music of Cuba and Puerto Rico and Brazil, from South America, Latin America and the Caribbean."

Oksana Karle

Fiesta 2015 officially ended on April 26, but the Children’s Chorus of San Antonio (CCSA) kept the bi-cultural celebration going at the Tobin Center for the Performing Arts on Sunday, May 3 at their “Fiesta In Song” concert. The program was made up of contemporary choral music of the Americas, including songs by Irving Berlin and Bill Withers, as well as Francisco Núñez and Ivo Antognini.

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