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Cambridge Common Voices to Perform at CP Community Day

The neurodiverse vocal ensemble will give two performances

June 3, 2024

​Cambridge Common Voices (CCV), a neurodiverse singing group based in Cambridge, MA, will perform at the Weinberg Family Cerebral Palsy Center's inaugural CP Community Day on Saturday, June 8th, 2024. CCV is a community chorus established in partnership between Harvard College and the Threshold Program at Lesley University, a transition program for young adults with diverse learning challenges. Formed in 2018, the group's mission is to create an inclusive musical space, affirming individual voices and exploring innovative approaches to music- making. 

Music That Makes Community

The group sings a variety of genres from ’80s pop to the Beach Boys, in addition to more traditional arrangements. For CP Community Day, they have carefully selected twelve songs which fit perfectly with the day, including the uplifting number "Work to be Done" written by Sarah Nutting. See the video below on their performance of this song, a reminder that there is work to be done, and it will take all of us collaborating to accomplish it. Its the perfect opener to their lineup!

Work To Be Done

Check out the group's rehearsal in preparation for our event:

Teaser: CCV rehearsing for CP Community Day in New York!

Here's the full songlist for CP Community Day:

12:30 - 12:50

  • Work To Be Done
  • Together We Sing
  • Singing Sets Us Free
  • You Can Stay
  • The CCV Blues
  • I Can't Do This Alone

1:30 - 1:50

  • I Love Everybody
  • I Sing Because I'm Happy
  • Proud Mary
  • Sweet Caroline
  • Do You Shine
  • One Foot/Lead With Love

CCV are no strangers to performing to large crowds. They have made appearances at the Berklee School of Music, Harvard’s annual ARTS FIRST Festival, and even Fenway Park. They are traveling from Cambridge to spend the day with us. Don't miss their performances on CP Community Day. We guarantee you'll be singing along too!