Ensemble & Choir
Empowering voices in the community one song at a time!
Alumni and participants from the Harmony, Hope & Healing programs sites as well as volunteers make up the HHH Ensemble, a sought-after singing group in Chicago and beyond. Through powerful storytelling and song, members of the HHH Ensemble share music of hope and inspiration, uplifting the human spirit. These opportunities allow Harmony, Hope & Healing to share its mission with a wider audience; positively impacting people’s perception of marginalized individuals and bearing witness to the healing power of music.
Harmony, Hope & Healing has been honored to perform at events such as the Chicago White Sox game at Guaranteed Rate Field, Chicago Sunday Evening Club's Leadership Prayer Breakfast, the annual Chicago Homeless Memorial, Chicago Voices of Lyric Opera, Chicago Help Initiative and other venues.
Part of Old St. Patrick’s Church Community
HHH singers are also proud to be part of the Old St. Patrick's Church community. The choir, which includes the Ensemble and OSP community members, help lead the congregation in song once a month. Typically the choir sings at the 11:15 a.m. mass on the 3rd Sunday of each month but please check the calendar to confirm the date.
The Ensemble is available for a limited number of community engagements each year which includes singing at schools, churches, and community organizations. Through powerful storytelling and song, members of the HHH Ensemble share music of hope and inspiration, uplifting the human spirit.
HHH also offers workshops.
Performance income goes to pay HHH singers and accompanists for rehearsal, travel, and performance, and any other event-related expenses. Revenue over and above these costs funds core services and operations. If you are interested in learning more about having the Ensemble perform, please contact Director of Programming, Tina Villapando, by email at email@example.com or at (773)294-0267.
"We really enjoyed the HHH performance on Wednesday, which was entertaining, full of energy and spirit, laughter and love. We had high praises from everyone in the audience."
-Julie Keaty, Virtual Services and Special Events Coordinator
Evergreen Park Public Library
"The gift of the music and story behind the music is something everyone should know and experience. I know it's a cliche, but this really IS how you change the world. And bringing it to teens - you just never know who will take this experience, and run with it."
-Ann Bourjaily-Maney, St. Nazareth High School Choir
and Alive at 5:00 Teen Choir