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Founded in 1956 by Rev. Christopher Moore as the Children’s Chorus of the First Unitarian Church of Chicago in direct response to the Civil Rights Movement, Uniting Voices Chicago (formerly Chicago Children’s Choir) is rooted in the belief that music is a vehicle for fostering empathy and respect between young people of all races, ethnicities, socioeconomic backgrounds, religions, gender identities, and sexual orientations.

Through their School Program in over 80 schools in every corner of the city; 12 Neighborhood Choir Program sites that span Chicago; Prelude program for first and second graders beginning their music education; and two citywide ensembles, Voice of Chicago for the most advanced high schoolers, and Dimension for singers going through a vocal change, Uniting Voices Chicago serves over 3,000 young people in Chicago every Year. Since 1993, the Beverly Neighborhood Choir Program has served youth from Beverly and surrounding neighborhoods. Learn more at

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