Become Who I Am

Become Who I Am: An Interview with Mary Kouyoumdjian   In our latest blog post, Mary Kouyoumdjian  the composer of “Become Who I Am” Brooklyn Youth Chorus’s latest commission, talks to us about the work and her inspirations. Read the blog +  

Resonance Community Program

res •o •nance (n.) the synchronous vibration of a neighboring object   Let’s synchronize and resonate, together. Resonance is an exciting pilot program designed to encourage cross-promotion between Brooklyn Youth Chorus and our neighborhood institutions. Our idea is simple. Many of our families frequent the neighborhood before, during, and after our rehearsals. Why not encourage them to […]


Thank you for being an integral part of the Brooklyn Youth Chorus community. As we are quickly approaching our 25th season as an organization, we acknowledge that your support and presence has helped to grow us into the high-level institution we are today. This year, we are working to maintain our active presence throughout the borough and […]

Holiday Harmonies

Sing in the holiday season with Brooklyn Youth Chorus’s 500 glorious voices, performing an eclectic program of holiday favorites, choral classics and contemporary music gems.


Welcome! We are pleased to introduce Concert Ensemble Chorus Manager and Brooklyn Youth Chorus alumna, Molly Goldberg ’08, and Development Associate, Hannah Margolies, who will be leading the efforts to reconnect with old friends and strengthen the Brooklyn Youth Chorus alumni community. The Alumni Association will be hosting frequent events to build up the Association with you at […]

Kristen Von Bargen

Kristen Von Bargen is in her first year as conductor of the Teen Level 6 and Pre-Teen Level 4 chorus. c Prior to joining Brooklyn Youth Chorus, she was a conductor with the Kennett Symphony Children’s Chorus in West Chester, PA where she conducted their middle school level ensemble for five years. She has taught elementary […]

The Nation. LIVE at St. Ann’s Warehouse

St. Ann’s Warehouse presents a live magazine experience featuring a tour through America’s hidden history of resistance and a look ahead at what the promise of today’s social movements may hold with music by Brooklyn Youth Chorus.

Hagoromo Schedule

Please note the schedule is subject to change. Notes on the schedule below –  The whole company is aware that a handful of you will have trouble arriving to the rehearsals starting at 4pm given the locations of your respective schools. If you know you will be late in advance to those rehearsals, please do […]

Red Hook Fest

Our own Teen Level 6 will be performing at noon on Saturday, June 6 at Louis J. Valentino, Jr. Park & Pier.

Registration Instructions

The best web browser to use for registration is Google Chrome. We do not recommend registering on a smart phone or tablet. Once a child has been notified of acceptance into the program, please visit the parent portal to complete steps 1 – 3. Step 4 can be completed when registration opens in June. Please note: Registration […]