Founded by Toria Burrell in 1999, the Chicago Chamber Choir is a skilled choral ensemble of 40 voices under the dynamic and enterprising direction of Timm Adams, Artistic Director. The choir’s mission is to promote the joy of choral music in its community by offering seasonal concerts and charitable performances that educate and entertain children and adults in the Chicagoland area.
The choir’s repertoire is culturally diverse and international in scope. Our seasonal concerts feature a balance of sacred and secular works, including time-honored classics as well as contemporary selections.
As part of our mission, the Chicago Chamber Choir actively seeks performance venues that bring music to individuals who have the tendency to be overlooked by the performing arts community. The choir has performed in Chicago’s inner-city schools, retirement homes, homeless shelters, and rehabilitation centers.
In addition to providing seasonal concerts and outreach programs, the Chicago Chamber Choir is available for hire to help celebrate weddings and other special events.
The Chicago Chamber Choir is a non-profit organization, partially supported by a CityArts grant from the City of Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events; a grant from the Illinois Arts Council, a state agency; an Ears To You Grant; and the annual support of businesses and individuals.