Alex Canovas / Artistic Director

Current Season

Our city goes by many names – The Big Apple, The City that Never Sleeps, Gotham. The Young New Yorkers’ Chorus knows it by another name – home. Join us for our 2019-2020 season, Metropolis, as YNYC explores every corner of the great city of New York through song. We’ll be singing works composed in each of the five boroughs, in each of the five boroughs, while also celebrating the dynamic musical communities that have been built here throughout the years.

Saturday, Mar 14, 2020 • 7:30pm
Young New Yorkers’ Chorus: Mixed Ensemble
Kings & Queens Night 1 – The World’s Borough; Join the Young New Yorkers’ Chorus Mixed Ensemble on their first stop in their tour of New York City in night one of ‘Kings & Queens’! ‘The World’s Borough’ provides a wonderful opportunity to explore the most culturally and linguistically diverse place on earth through song. Works by Chen Yi, H.T. Burleigh, Aaron Copland, and two world premieres by Queens-based composers Paul Doust and Rachel DeVore Fogarty will be featured in a concert that celebrates what makes us unique, as well as the commonalities that bond humanity together.
Saturday, Mar 21, 2020 • 6:00pm
Young New Yorkers’ Chorus: Women’s Ensemble
Kings & Queens Night 2 – The Borough of Homes; What does it mean to be ‘home’? Is it a physical place, a state of mind, or something that can be found in others? As the closing concert of The Irondale Center’s On Women Festival 2020, the Young New Yorkers’ Chorus Women’s Ensemble will perform works by Missy Mazzoli, Sarah Kirkland Snider, Aaron Copland, and a new ‘Reinvention’ of Kate Bush’s This Woman’s Work by Paul Doust that seek to tackle the great mystery of finding home in night two of ‘Kings & Queens’.
Saturday, May 30, 2020 • 6:00pm
Young New Yorkers’ Chorus: Women’s Ensemble
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Stories of the Bronx: In what will be the most stylistically diverse concert of the season, the Women’s Ensemble will explore the identity of the northernmost borough through both well-known and non-traditional repertoire.
Saturday, Jun 6, 2020 • 7:00pm
Young New Yorkers’ Chorus: Mixed Ensemble
at Venue To Be Announced

Young in New York: What does it mean to be young in New York? First jobs, dating, apartment issues – we’ll be singing about it all. This concert will feature pieces written by our Competition for Young Composers finalists, a premiere of a piece composed by Rex Isenberg with texts written by members of YNYC, Whitacre, and Queen!

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