The Houston Children's Chorus, founded in 1989, is a non-profit children's performing arts organization comprised of 200+ children in grades 2-8 from schools throughout the greater Houston area. Typically, the annual audience exceeds 750,000 people.
The Chorus has performed in New Zealand, Hong Kong, Carnegie Hall, Russia, England, Scotland, Italy, Japan, and Mexico. They have performed for former President and Mrs. Bush on more than 11 occasions, including the 1992 Republican Convention, the 1990 World Economic Summit, the 150th Anniversary Celebration of the Smithsonian Institute and numerous ribbon-cutting ceremonies. In May 2005, the Chorus performed for President and Mrs. George H.W. Bush and President Bill Clinton at the Bush Clinton Houston Tsunami Fund Donor Appreciation Event and in June 2005 performed Karl Jenkins The Armed Man: A Mass for Peace in Carnegie Hall. The Chorus is frequently featured with major performing ensembles in Houston including the Houston Masterworks Chorus, the Houston Symphony, and various ensembles from Rice University.
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