Colorado Children’s Chorale returns |

Colorado Children’s Chorale returns

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Kids do the darnest things – especially the Colorado Children’s Chorale.

The group has performed for presidents at the White House, Popes in Rome and a host of people visiting the Great Wall of China. Saturday, they return to Keystone with their dynamic theatrical spirit.

“They’re just a fantastic group,” said Kikken Miller, of The Snake River Foundation. “They don’t just sing – they dance, jump around, change costumes.”

This year, the Snake River Foundation, Keystone Neighbourhood Company and the Daniels-Houlton Family Foundation sponsor the show. Donations benefit the Summit County Cares Holiday Fund.

The chorale started more than 30 years ago. It aims to present professional concerts and educational programs that make for unforgettable experiences.

The organization trains 400 kids between the ages of 7 and 14, every year. The best make it into Tour Choir, which has performed nationwide, as well as in Europe and Asia.

As Marin Alsop, music director of the Colorado Symphony, puts it:

“As to the artistic quality of the performance, the Colorado Children’s Chorale is without rival among its peers.”

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