Primo Coro, pictured here with members of the Grace Episcopal Church childrens' choir, participated in a fun, spooky and scary Halloween concert. It was Primo Coro's 2019 debut, as well as the first public performance for the new director (and NJYC alum) Hannah Nacheman.
Members of the NJ Youth Chorus, directed by Trish Joyce, sang the National Anthem at Citi Field on Saturday, Septemer 28th, prior to the historic Mets game against the Atlanta Braves.
At this game, Pete Alonso hit his league leading and...more
Camerata and Coro Vivo enjoyed an evening of camaraderie and song with their colleagues from Fort Worth. The fun finished with a joint concert.
This special Saturday evening concert featured all five choirs, along with a special performance by the graduating seniors. It was an emotional event, as always!
Camerata welcomed the coming of spring by performing for the residents at Fellowship Village, a retirement community in Basking Ridge, NJ.
NJYC's Coriste participated in an interactive workshop for music educators focusing on the treble chorus rehearsal. Clinicians included NJYC's own Trish Joyce, as well as Dr. John Leonard and Dr. Nicholas McBride of The College of New Jersey Department of Music, and renowned conductor Rollo...more
Members of Sola Voce joined the Harmonium Choral Society for a production of one of Bach's most profound and dramatic works, also featuring The Sebastians as the double baroque orchestra and Grammy-winning Dann Coakwell as Evangelist. The performance also...more
NJYC's Primo Coro and Coro Vivo were joined by the Princeton Girlchoir, Princeton Boychoir and Far Brook School Choir for a day of music education and friendship.
We are pleased to say that Primo Coro and Coro Vivo were selected to perform for the New Jersey Music Educator's Association Annual Conference. This is a very prestigious opportunity, and they did NJYC proud. Congratulations!
The third annual ManChoir festival brought over 150 young men from high schools in Pennsylvania, New York and New Jersey to Temple’s campus to perform exciting choral works.