Angel City Chorale, conducted by Founder/Artistic Director Sue Fink, is a multi-talented, multi-cultural group of 160 singers that truly reflects the spirit of Los Angeles, the city it calls home. Recognized for its signature blend of musical styles and commitment to community, Angel City Chorale strives to give back to the LA community through the gift of song, donations and volunteerism. Offering a diverse selection of musical material including Classical, Jazz, Folk music, Gospel, and Pop, ACC performs two concerts seasonally, spring and winter, at the historic Wilshire United Methodist Church. In addition to its scheduled performances, Angel City Chorale has performed at venues throughout Los Angeles, including the Walt Disney Concert Hall, the former Kodak Theatre, the Nokia Theatre L.A. Live, Staples Center, and the Shrine Auditorium. Angel City Chorale is a California Non-Profit Public Benefit Corporation and 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.
In addition to an annual concert series, the choir has performed with the Young Musicians Foundation Orchestra and was the only choir to sing at the 2000 Democratic National Convention, performing with various artists including Luther Vandross, Stevie Wonder, and Mary Chapin Carpenter.
Other notable concerts include performances with Natasha Bedingfield and being selected by internationally acclaimed music director and record producer Frank McNamara to appear in an hour-long PBS special, The American Tenors, which was taped at the Kodak Theater in Hollywood in 2002.
In 2003, Angel City Chorale was one of the first choral groups to perform at the Walt Disney Concert Hall for a festive holiday production of A Merry Mancini Christmas, singing Henry Mancini's timeless arrangements of holiday favorites along with soloists Michael Bublé, Monica Mancini, and Dianne Reeves, accompanied by the 77 member Henry Mancini Institute Alumni Orchestra conducted by Patrick Williams.
In December 2005, members of the chorale performed on the Hollywood Tree Lighting Celebration at the Grove, which aired on CBS.
In June 2013, ACC performed the west coast debut performance of Christopher Tin's classical / world music composition Calling All Dawns during the group's annual Spring concert.
In February 2014, Angel City Chorale recorded several pieces for Mr. Tin's newest CD, "The Drop that Contained the Sea", another classical/world music fusion in multiple languages which is based on ancient texts about water.