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“We are a choir, but we are also so much more than that. We are a family that cares for and loves one another unconditionally.”
—COTG Member

Season finale! Our stellar “COTG” take the stage in a one-of-a-kind program co-curated by the choir members themselves, speaking and singing out on matters of social justice. One of the region’s most celebrated youth ensembles, the COTG have performed with Matthew Whitaker at the historic Lincoln Theater; at the White House (joined by Grammy-winning pop singer Sara Bareilles), Washington National Cathedral (at both the Inaugural Prayer Services for President Barack Obama and the National Memorial Service for Nelson Mandela), and many other prestigious venues. They are led by Michele Fowlin, a powerful singer in her own right, one of the region’s most respected music educators, a D.C. Mayor’s Arts Award recipient, and the co-host of the arts and culture podcast The Muses Behind the Music.

Program TBA

American Sign Language interpretation is available for this performance. To reserve seating in the ASL section, please contact patronservices@WashingtonPerformingArts.org and our team will ensure your seats are allocated in the reserved section.


Performances by the Washington Performing Arts Children of the Gospel Choir are made possible through the generous support of Jacqueline Badger Mars and Mars, Incorporated, together with the Edith Glick Shoolman Children’s Foundation.

This performance is made possible through the generous support of Mrs. Paula Seigle Goldman.

Gospel music programs at Washington Performing Arts are made possible through the generous support of the Beech Street Foundation and Mr. Jeffrey Bauman and Ms. Linda Fienberg; Hubert “Hank” Schlosberg and the Schlosberg Family; Bruce Rosenblum and Lori Laitman; Alison Francis; and Mr. and Mrs. Glen Howard.

Special thanks to the following lead supporters of Washington Performing Arts’s mission-driven work: Jacqueline Badger Mars and Mars, Incorporated; D.C. Commission on the Arts and Humanities; the National Capital Arts and Cultural Affairs Program and the U.S. Commission of Fine Arts; The Morris and Gwendolyn Cafritz Foundation; and the Dallas Morse Coors Foundation for the Performing Arts.


DC Commission on the Arts & Humanities