Works for chorus by various composers performed by Boston Children’s Chorus on November 17, 2015.Selections from 10th Anniversary concertFor more than a decade, the Boston Children’s Chorus has brought together children of diverse backgrounds to discover the power of singing and transcend social barriers. In 2015, the chorus celebrated its tenth year under the baton of artistic director Anthony Trecek-King with a concert at the Gardner’s Calderwood Hall—one of his favorite spaces in Boston.On this podcast, we’ll hear much of what they sang that afternoon, from spirituals to Renaissance love songs. Some of the selections you may recognize—Shenandoah; My Lord, What a Morning; Elijah Rock—while others will be new. All were handpicked by the director to showcase the group’s incredible range—quite a feat for an ensemble composed entirely of children ages 12 to 18.If you’d like to learn more, look them up online. For now, sit back and enjoy this delightful program.