The singing goes on: Piedmont East Bay Children’s Choir featured on KQED

"Even though the online format is different and we can't all sing together and revel in hearing each other's voices, we can continue teaching and learning music," said Eric Tuan, PEBCC's artistic director. (

If you are a KQED listener, you might have had your morning yesterday sweetened by sounds of children’s chorale music — so familiar to anyone whose children spent hours rehearsing and performing in any one of the many Bay Area children’s choirs. The opener to the segment was none other than our local Piedmont East Bay Children’s Choir, led by artistic director Eric Tuan

In this dark and anxious time, it was lovely to be transported by innocent voices and comforting to know they continue to meet, practice and share their gifts, even if online these days.

Listen to the full KQED segment below: H

Music of the Pacific Rim: Virtual Concert, presented by the Piedmont East Bay Children’s Choir below:

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