Singing City Choir

Holiday Concert–Philadelphia, An Immigrant City

Sunday, December 15, 3 p.m.

Old First Reformed United Church of Christ
151 N. 4th Street, Philadelphia, PA


With Singing City Choir, The Philadelphia Brass, and
Teen Voices of the City Ensemble (T-VOCE)


Philadelphia is made up of people from around the world. This concert will feature seasonal  works that are a reflection of the City's diverse

population and includes pieces by Zachary Moore, Paul Halley, Glen Burleigh, Mark Sirett, and more. Repertoire from Ireland, Poland, Germany, Italy, Russia, and Latin America, along with music for Chanukah and African American traditions. More information.

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Singing City isn’t just about singing. Now in its 72nd season, Singing City was founded in Philadelphia in 1948, as an integrated choir—one of the first in America. Under the banner of Performance, Education and Community Engagement, the Choir strives for artistic excellence, whether in formal concerts, community performances, or our work with Philadelphia's youth.


We know that music has the power to change hearts and minds. Over the years, our attempt to be a positive force for change has enabled us to openly embrace disparate peoples and their ideas. Your support of Singing City makes it possible for us to continue this important work. Thank you!



Music that matters


Through Performance, Arts Education, and Fellowship, Singing City Choir is a force for social impact, bringing people together and lifting the human spirit through the artistry of choral music.

Singing City Choir

1501 Cherry Street, Philadelphia, PA 19102