2018-2019 Season


 

WE SING NYC

We Sing NYC is a free, community music series hosted by the New York City Master Chorale, and unites New Yorkers of all ages and backgrounds through musical exploration with the Chorale. This series celebrates the diverse cultures, voices, and people of New York City by introducing New Yorkers to music and the choral arts, offering community voice lessons and special access to a live music environment.

Wednesday, February 20, 2019, 6 pm to 8 pm

Pearl Studios, 500 Eighth Avenue, 4th Floor.

between 35th and 36th streets


“MY CRAZY ROMANCE”: ANNUAL CABARET

Join members of the Chorale for their annual cabaret at the Duplex Piano Bar, performing their favorite musical theater, American Songbook, and popular music classics. 

With: Laura Barger, pianist
Thursday, April 25, 2019, 7 pm
The Duplex
61 Christopher Street


CELESTIAL JOURNEY

Join the Chorale as they return to Symphony Space with Celestial Journey, a multi-disciplinary collaboration of choral music, dance, and chamber music. Led by Dr. Thea Kano, Artistic Director and Conductor, the program will include music by New York composers Jonathan Leshnoff, Abraham Kaplan, and Tarik O’Regan.

Featuring:
Yarn/Wire
17th Street Dance Company of the Gay Men’s Chorus of Washington, DC
Friday, May 17, 2019, 8 pm
Symphony Space
2537 Broadway at 95th Street


 Open Mic Series

Come see the lighter side of NYCMC at our open mic series featuring singers of the NYC Master Chorale

Wednesday, March 13, 2019 at 8:30 pm

Pearl Studios, 519 Eighth Avenue, Studio C

between 35th and 36th streets

Suggested donation of $10


 

Book the Chorus

Can’t get enough of the NYC Master Chorale?  Book us to perform at your next event.

Ensembles of all sizes available to perform a variety of repertoire.

To book the chorus, please fill out this informational form.

Negotiable fees apply.

NYCMC with Andréa Burns at the MacDowell Colony Benefit


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December 2018

MESSIAH REIMAGINED

Principal Conductor Dusty Francis leads the Chorale and the Manhattan School of Music’s Chamber Orchestra in Handel’s Messiah, featuring the world premiere of newly commissioned solo movements by Portland-based, award-winning composer Emily Lau. The program also includes seasonal selections both cherished and new, as well as a special guest appearance by the Collegiate School Chorus.

Featuring: Manhattan School of Music Chamber Orchestra and Soloists
Saturday, December 8, 2018, 8 pm
St. Jean Baptiste Church
1065 Lexington Avenue at 76th Street