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The Fairfield County Children’s Choir (FCCC) is a community-based choral program made up of over 300 children in grades four through twelve from communities in and around Fairfield County, Connecticut. The FCCC was founded in 1995 to provide children the opportunity to participate in a musical experience which is challenging, rewarding and enjoyable. The FCCC program provides instruction in vocal technique, choral technique, music literacy and the appreciation of music through the practice and performance of great choral repertoire.

The FCCC has performed throughout New England as well as in New York, Philadelphia, Washington DC, Maryland, New Orleans, San Francisco, Oakland, Hawaii, Canada, England, Ireland, Austria and the Czech Republic. The group has shared the stage with such artists as Renee Fleming, Charles Strouse, Stephen Schwartz, Lawrence Gilgore, Sam Waterston, Christopher Plummer, Nick Page, Ivan Rutherford, Michelle Mallardi, Henry Leck, Bob Chilcott, Jean Ashworth Bartle, Tom Chapin and Rob Hugh.

Community service events have included performances for the Bridgeport Hospital, Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, Fairfield & JCCS Holocaust Commemoration Ceremonies, Visiting Nurses Association, Red Cross, Americares, Operation Hope, Catholic Charities, Malta House, St. Vincent’s Hospital, Pilot House, the Junior Women’s Club, the Milford LINKS, the Westport and Monroe Arts Councils, and The South Shore Music Series.

Collaborations have included performances at Madison Square Garden, Tanglewood, Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, New Haven Symphony, Norwalk Symphony, Greater Bridgeport Symphony, Fairfield University, Fairfield Holocaust Commemoration, the Aloha Children’s Festival in Hawaii,  Sing A Mile International Children’s Choral Festival in Denver, CO.  Crescent City Choral Festival, and Ireland Tour.

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“Powerful sources of spiritual enrichment spring from   music… If the child is not filled at least once with the life-giving stream of music… it will hardly be of use to him later on. Often a single experience will open the young soul to music for a lifetime”

Zoltan Kodaly

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Special thanks for support from

 Ernest and Joan Trefz Foundation