Monthly Archives: February 2013

CCSA’s Project: Sing! neighborhood choir to celebrate their success with final concert

Project: Sing! OLLUWho: The Children’s Chorus of San Antonio and Our Lady of the Lake University

What: CCSA’s neighborhood program Project: Sing! at Our Lady of the Lake University will present their closing concert

Where: Thiry Auditorium, Our Lady of the Lake University, 411 SW 24th Street, 78207

When: Wednesday, February 27, 2013 at 6:30 pm | Free admission

The Children’s Chorus of an Antonio (CCSA) will present the closing concert of Project: Sing! at Our Lady of the Lake University (PS:OLLU) on Wednesday, February 27 at 6:30pm in Thiry Auditorium. Project: Sing! is CCSA’s neighborhood-based satellite program that gives area children the opportunity to sing, learn, share and excel – right in their own back yard. PS:OLLU is now in its twelfth            season and provides a tuition-free program to over 70 students from San Antonio ISD and area private schools. Singers represent 15 schools spanning grades 3-6 and receive the same level of curriculum and instruction as CCSA’s core programs. The Project: Sing! closing concert is an opportunity for families and the public to see first-hand the achievements and rewarding experiences that come with participation in music!

Our Lady of the Lake University partners with CCSA in presenting this program by providing facilities and resource support through their Music Department. CCSA is grateful to the City of San Antonio Office of Cultural Affairs, Target and the Faye L. and William L. Cowden Charitable Trust, among others, for their support of PS:OLLU.


San Antonio Symphony Lineup includes CCSA

David Filner, Interim President and CEO of the San Antonio Symphony

David Filner, Interim President and CEO of the San Antonio Symphony

This weekend the San Antonio Symphony completed their Brahms Festival and sent out their next season to subscribers. Today they publicly announced the lineup that includes superstar violinist Joshua Bell, local favorites The Children’s Chorus of San Antonio, and a Dvorak Festival.

Click here for the complete article on tpr.org. Click here to view a PDF of the 13-14 San Antonio Symphony season.