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Changing Lives...One Performance At a Time


 

 


The No Limits Arts Series project aims to strengthen inclusiveness in the arts for individuals with disabilities. High school students from the Indiana School for the Blind and Visually Impaired (ISBVI) will work alongside several Indianapolis-based arts organizations, including Capital City Chorus, to increase their accessibility for individuals with disabilities. ISBVI will open its auditorium to the public to serve as a community gathering space for inclusive films, performances and cultural experiences.  The first performance will be held Friday, July 26, 2019 with a performance by the Matthew Whitaker Quartet

For more information and to purchase tickets, visit the Indiana Blind Children's Foundation.


 


17 Apr. 2019 Posted by Beth Guzman

Capital City Chorus Music Award Recipient Announced at University of Indianapolis

Capital City Chorus (CCC) values its relationship with the University of Indianapolis, and is proud to be able to provide the funds for the Capital City Chorus Music Award. 

The 2019 recipient of the Capital City Chorus Music Award at University of Indianapolis is Anna Miller, a Music Education major from West Lafayette, IN.

15 Apr. 2019 Posted by Beth Guzman

2018 Sweet Adeline of the Year!

We congratulate Gale Ringeisen, Capital City's 2018 Sweet Adeline of the Year (SAY)!   Gale was among several women nominated by our singers for this honor, and ultimately received the most votes in the chorus-wide election. This exciting announcement was made by Mary Lasich, 2017 SAY, Thursday night, April 11th, at our post-competition Year End Celebration at MCL. 

Congratulations, Gale, on this well-deserved honor!

7 Nov. 2018 Posted by Beth Guzman

Congratulations to The Ladies!

We are SO proud of our Director, Kim Newcomb, and her quartet The Ladies, for winning the coveted International 2019 Novice Quartet Award at the Sweet Adelines international competition in St. Louis recently, as well as placing 9th out of 48 quartets in the Quartet Competition!