Philadelphia Boys and Girls Choirs Challenge Their Kansas City Counterparts to Canned Goods Contest
During Super Bowl week last month, the Philadelphia Boys Choir and Philadelphia Girls Choir got into the competitive spirit by challenging the Kansas City Allegro Choirs to a canned food collection competition.
The choirs competed to see who could collect the most canned goods in their home team’s colors. The Philadelphia choirs collected more, with 2,424 green canned goods; however, organizations that addressed food insecurity in both cities were the real winners.
As part of the bet, the Philadelphia choirs received cases of Kansas City barbeque sauce, and, as a show of good sportsmanship, the Philadelphia choirs sent their Kansas City friends boxes of Philly soft pretzels.
The canned goods in Philadelphia were donated to Philabundance.
Philadelphia Boys Choir & Chorale continues its mission of bringing the finest choral music to audiences both in the Delaware Valley and around the globe. The choir is known as “America’s Ambassadors of Song” and is considered to be one of the best boys choirs in the world. It has performed in concert venues such as Carnegie Hall, the Sydney Opera House, the Kimmel Center, and Philadelphia’s Academy of Music. Learn more about the Philadelphia Boys Choir.
Founded in 2012, Philadelphia Girls Choir began with 18 singers and has grown to include nearly 200 girls. A highly selective music education program for girls six and older, the choir is designed to instill confidence and responsibility through musical achievement. Cultural diversity and personal development are essential elements of the choir’s training. Learn more about Philadelphia Girls Choir.
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