Coriste wrapped up our 25th Anniversary Season with a spectacular tour of Austria and Hungary. With four official concerts, and even an impromptu performance in a restuarant, it was a fitting end to a very special season!
NJYC hosted some special guests for a "Kids for Kids" performance to benefit the Brooke Heale Foundation. NJYC's Sola Voce & Primo Coro, members of the Grace Episcopal Church Chapel Choir, Daughters of Zion, and the Spotlight Kids Company raised $1,275 for this very worthy cause.
NJYC's 25th Anniversary Season Spring Concert demonstrated the depth and breadth of NJYC's repertoire. With songs sung in Spanish, French, Latin, Hebrew, and even Japanese, and ranging from a Traditional Sea Chantey to a Spiritual to Trolls by Clifford Crawley, the performances...more
GETMusic! stands for “Girls Empowered Through Music!” This all-girl festival was hosted by the Pennsylvania Girlchoir (PG) and led by Festival Conductors Mr. Vincent Metallo and Dr. Elizabeth Parker. The girls of Primo Coro spent the day singing great music with other girls,...more
Camerata performed at Goryeb Children's Hospital as part of our "Kids for Kids" initiative. The smiles on the kids' faces are part of the reason we sing!
Choristers in Coro Vivo and Sola Voce had the opportunity to travel to Washington DC to participate in the MCP Children's Choir Series Festival. The three day festival included three intense rehearsal sessions, followed by a once in a lifetime opportunity to perform on stage at the Kennedy...more
The Chatham Courier visited NJYC in honor of our 25th Anniversary. You can see the complete article, along with some video and photos ...more
Congratulations to Coriste for another fantastic performance! Our high school girls choir was privileged to be one of four choirs invited to perform at the 2017 Organization of American Kodály Educators annual conference in Philadelphia, and they did a terrific job. To quote one of the audience...more
Tara and Sola Voce had a great day working with the CPS Choir of Sister Cities Choir and conductor Anne Dugan. The performance at the end of the day was fantastic. And Tara and Anne swapped shirts!
The Elementary Music Division of the North Jersey School Music Association and NJYC presented an enlightening workshop for elementary level choral music educators. Sessions included: Drum Circle Fun with clinician Janelle Heise, Folk Dances for Elementary Music Class with...more
NJYC has just been selected as a finalist for the American Prize! We are among only 8 other choirs chosen in the Choral Performance: Youth and High School Chorus Division. Congratulations to Trish and all the Directors, and to our fantastic choristers!
The American Prize is a...more
Coro Vivo and Sola Voce did a fantastic job singing the National Anthem before an enthusiastic Madison Square Garden crowd at the Harlem Globetrotter's Game. They even got some close ups on the Jumbotron! Nicely done everyone.