NJYC's Coriste Ensemble did a beautiful job in their joint concert with the internationally renowned University of Delaware Chorale. The Chorale, under the direction of Dr. Paul Head, Professor of Music and Director of Choral Studies at UD, made five stops on their fall tour,...more
Camerata participated in and performed at the annual Brother's Sing On! festival at the University of Connecticut in October. The all day festival, open to male singers of all ages, culminated in a 4 PM finale performance, featuring UConn’s all-male a cappella groups the ...more
Our NJ Youth Choir Collaboration at Montclair State University on October 15th was a smashing success. NJYC’s Sola Voce, The Apprentice Chorus of the Newark Boys Chorus, The Children’s Choir of Sussex County’s Bella Voce, and the Quarter Notes from the Princeton Girl...more
The boys of our Coro Vivo ensemble performed with the Canadian Brass this past holiday season. The Canadian Brass, one of the most popular brass ensembles today, performs with the utmost dedication, skill and excellence while offering entertainment, spontaneity and fun into their sound. Our Coro...more
The New Jersey Youth Chorus joined the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra to bring the full score of Home Alone to life. In two different performances, Camerata and Coriste performed celebrated songs like “Somewhere in My Memory”, as the holiday classic screened above the stage. The events...more
The New Jersey Youth Chorus (NJYC) is proud to announce that its young men’s and boys’ ensembles were invited to sing the national anthem at the Jets-Redskins game on Sunday, October 18th, 2015 at MetLife Stadium. The chorus performed shortly before kick-off.
“We would like...more
Well, it's not every day that you get to sing in one of the most prestigious venues in the world, but the New Jersey Youth Chorus had the privilege of performing there twice in less than twelve months. Over the Martin Luther King Jr holiday weekend, our Advanced Choir performed at Carnegie Hall...more
NJYC's Sola Voce and Coro Vivo ensembles were proud to perform The Star Spangled Banner at the Mets vs. Giants game at Citifield on May 1st, 2016.
“There are a lot of fantastic groups for whom we could perform, but not many are as much fun as the Globetrotters!” said Matt LaPine, Director of NJYC Young Men’s Ensemble. Pictured above are the boys of NJYC with Matt LaPine (back row left) and members of the Harlem Globetrotters on the...more
Incredible….Awesome….The Best Day of My Life!!! Those are just a few ways that NJYC Advanced choristers used to describe performing at this year’s Super Bowl with singer, actress and talk show hostess, Queen Latifah. Less than two weeks before the Super Bowl, Director Trish Joyce...more
Surprising the choristers with a Skype visit from Queen Latifah was one of my favorite things to do with the NJYC. After spending the day coordinating with Queen Latifah's staff, we told all the girls that a local news station just wanted to get a few pictures and interviews with them....more
On hearing the Advanced Chorus sing in June 2013, at the Windy City Festival, this is what Z. Randall Stroope, the artistic director at the Festival had to say: “It has been my privilege to hear hundreds of fine youth choirs in my conducting and composing career. The New Jersey Youth Chorus is...more