Coro Vivo was delighted to entertain the residents of Juniper Village in Chatham with some holiday songs.
Coriste joined the Drew University Chorale and Drew University Alta Voce for a beautiful holiday concert at the University. Thanks so much to conductor Dr. Jason Bishop for the opportunity!
Camerata wore their festive hats and their warm coats to entertain the crowd at a company tree lighting in Gladstone, NJ. It was a great way to kick off the holiday season! Here is a clip:
NJYC was thrilled to host Zimfira Poloz, Artistic Director of the Hamilton Children’s Choir as a clinician for this very special workshop. Zimfira, a highly respected conductor, educator, and adjudicator with a distinguished international reputation,...more
The Children's Choir of Sussex County, the Newark Boy's Choir, and the Princeton Girl Choir joined NJYC's Sola Voce and Coro Vivo for the second annual Intermediate Choir Festival, a day hosted by NJYC that celebrates intermediate children's...more
Several of our Coriste & Camerata juniors and seniors had the experience of a lifetime when NJYC was invited to perform with Barry Manilow at the Prudential Center They backed him up on Copacabana, I Write the Songs, and It's a Miracle, complete with choreography...more
Members from all five of our 2017-18 NJYC ensembles kicked off the season in style, joining voices to perform The Star Spangled Banner before the NY Mets faced the Washington Nationals. It was a rare opportunity to hear all five choirs perform together, and their performance was a home...more
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