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Kids' Holiday Concerts Come to City Hall for Lunchtime Performances

By Ted Cox | December 2, 2013 1:16pm
 The McDade Classical School Choir performs at City Hall.
The McDade Classical School Choir performs at City Hall.
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CITY HALL — The center of city government is once again playing host to a series of noon holiday concerts this month.

Those strolling through City Hall during lunch hour will find school groups performing, usually songs with a holiday theme.

The McDade Classical School Choir kicked off the array of 15 scheduled performances Monday at City Hall with Ald. Roderick Sawyer (6th) looking on.

Following this week will be the University of Chicago Lab School and Bel Canto Choir on Tuesday, the St. Jerome School Choir on Wednesday, the St. Rene School Choir on Thursday and the Hubbard High School Advanced Honors Choir on Friday.

Next week finds the Queen of Angels Choristers, the Robert Healy Chorus & Ensemble, the St. Richard School Choir, the Edgar Allan Poe Classical School Choir and the Skinner West Primary Chorus in performance.

The series ends the week of Dec. 16 with the Holy Cross/Immaculate Heart of Mary Choir & Marimba Ensemble, the Musicality Ensemble from Curie High School, the Bernard Zell Anshe Emet Day School Bands & Choirs, the Providence St. Mel School Choir and the Misericordia Heart Zingers playing City Hall.

The concerts are sponsored by the Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events and are being publicized by the Choose Chicago tourism agency.