Short Documentary / 38 Minutes / 2002 / Produced by American Film Foundation
How do squeaky-voiced 8 year olds become amazing singers? This documentary about the Los Angeles Children's Chorus tells the story of how a community group, amid severe cutbacks in the arts, is able to develop a children's chorus that is one of the best in the country.
2002 Oscar Nominee for Best Short Documentary. The film was released theatrically and premiered on PBS.
"Don't miss Sing!... wonderful, inspirational profile on the Los Angeles Children's Choir."
- Todd Lothery, The News and Observer, Durham, NC.
"This is the best children's chorus I have ever heard."
Conductor Esa-Pekka Salone