Chicago Children’s Choir

Members of the Concert Choir of Chicago Children’s Choir perform “Hallelujah” by Leonard Cohen and arranged by W. Mitchell Owens, the Choir’s Composer in Residence. This song was performed at Ravinia Festival on June 4, 2010. Josephine Lee – Director

“Music is more than notes on a page. Through our breadth of repertoire, these children are learning diverse social codes and through their voices are able to bring cultures together. Chicago Children’s Choir helps our singers become cultural diplomats and world citizens in our global society.” – Josephine Lee

Enloe High School Chamber Choir

Good Night, Dear Heart – Dan Forrest

Warm summer sun,
shine brightly here,
Warm Southern wind,
blow softly here,
Green sod above,
lie light, lie light,
Good night, dear heart;
good night, good night.

Mark Twain’s eulogy to his daughter Olivia Susan Clemens,
March 19, 1872 to August 18, 1896
from: Susy and Mark Twain, Harper & Row Publisher, 1965, page 393