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.

Rave Reviews:
"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