About NJYC

The New Jersey Youth Chorus, founded in 1992, is an auditioned choral program for children in grades three through twelve. We provide quality music education that encourages young peoples' love and appreciation of choral music and nurtures their individual growth and development. Learn more about us →

Terrific news!  Six of our Sola Voce choristers have been selected to sing at the ACDA National Convention in Minneapolis this coming March! 

Mia Battistella, Allyson Burkitt, Divya Chiplunkar, Zia Sarkis, and Karmina Wall will be part of the ACDA National Children's Honor Choir (a 5th-9th grade treble choir), under the direction of Joan Gregory.  And Kayla Miller was selected for the Middle School/Junior High Mixed choir (grades 6-9, male and female) conducted by Lynnel Jenkins. 

Congratulations to all!

Searching for new ideas to keep your students engaged and excited about singing?  Join us to try “kid tested” strategies and activities that help establish a healthy tone and energized singing in elementary school and middle school.  Sing rounds and canons, as well as music spanning a variety of cultures.  See how body percussion, movement and drumming are used as tools to learn music concepts while respecting the abilit

Featured Events

Dec 17 2017 - 4:00pm
The Monmouth Civic Chorus is delighted to host NJYC's Coriste as a guest choir during their annual... more
Jan 21 2018 - 3:00pm
Our 26th Season Winter Concert showcases all five choirs, doing what they do best.  The choral... more
Jan 27 2018 - 9:30am to 6:00pm
NJYC and Bernards High School are excited to invite young women and young men with changed voices ... more

Recent News

December 2, 2017 - 8:00pm
Coriste joined the Drew University Chorale and Drew University Alta Voce for a beautiful holiday concert at... more
November 18, 2017 - 2:00pm
On Saturday, November 18, Coriste, Sola Voce, and Primo Coro, along with select choirs from Bernardsville... more
November 4, 2017 - 9:00am
NJYC was thrilled to host Zimfira Poloz, Artistic Director of the Hamilton Children’s Choir as a clinician... more

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