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Chester Children's Chorus

Department Overview

A program of Swarthmore College and located on its campus, the Chester Children’s Chorus is a nonprofit organization that provides year-round music and math education to the children of Chester, Pennsylvania. During the school year, children and youth  ages 7 through 18 develop their vocal talents via rehearsals and concerts as well as their math skills through small group and individualized instruction. 

Throughout the summer, students participate in a rigorous five-week, full-day learning program filled with music and math in addition to science, art, dance and  more.  

Since its founding in 1994, more than 950 children have participated in the program, which equips them for academic and personal success in their community and beyond.

Watch Our Winter Concert

Enjoy this encore performance that features the debut of "Let the Children Come to Me" written by CCC Assistant Music Director Sean Tripline.

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John Alston Portrait Unveiled

Created by artist Robert Shetterly, John's portrait will be displayed across the country.

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Read Our Newsletter

Get the scoop on all the fun, achievements and joy that our children experience in the program.

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