Audition for Brooklyn Youth Chorus this Fall Brooklyn Youth Chorus is an award-winning city-wide music education and performance program for children ages 7-18 of all levels of experience. The Chorus’s multi-level training program combines intensive voice training and musicianship study with exceptional performance experiences. Children of diverse backgrounds come to the Chorus to share their love […]
Review of Mahler’s 8th Symphony with Valery Gergiev and the Mariinsky Orchestra
From the classroom to the concert stage—explore the art and science of vocal and musicianship pedagogy with the Grammy® Award-winning Brooklyn Youth Chorus. Cross-Choral Training® topics include: Vocal Function – Registration, Resonance, Breath Management, including three separate deep-dive sessions Developing Vocal Exercises Appropriate Vocal Qualities for Varied Vocal Styles Sight-Singing and Ear Training Approaches Problem […]
Sing in the holiday season with Brooklyn Youth Chorus’s 600 glorious voices, performing an eclectic program of holiday favorites, choral classics and contemporary music gems. The music of this “gifted young ensemble” (The New York Times) will not only warm your heart but have you dancing in your seats. Tickets will be available in November.
The world premiere of Silent Voices Documentary of Toshi Reagon’s “Brooklyn Bound” Documentary of Kamala Sankaram’s “Keeping the Look Loose”
Brooklyn Youth Chorus continues its partnership with WQXR in presenting Silent Voices II, giving voice to those silenced or marginalized and empowering young people to be instruments of change. Featured composers include Paola Prestini, Du Yun, Bora Yoon, Julia Adolphe, Anna Cline, Shelley Washington and Toshi Reagon.
Leonard Slatkin leads the New York Philharmonic in the finale of their Bernstein’s Philharmonic: A Centennial Festival.
An evening length work celebrating North Carolina’s Black Mountain College.
For the past 25 years, Brooklyn Youth Chorus has been empowering the lives of NYC children through the rigorous study and practice of music, reaching beyond boundaries of race and class, fostering a spirit of possibility, and exceeding expectations for artistry and excellence. FACTS: Participation in Brooklyn Youth Chorus leads to transformative artistic and personal […]
Silent Voices Work-in-Progress Performances Stream Black Mountain Songs on Soundcloud
Brooklyn Youth Chorus will host its second annual community SongFest! The festival will feature the Brooklyn Youth Chorus public school programs from PS 1 in Sunset Park, MS8 in Brooklyn Heights, PS 15 in Red Hook, and IS 285 in East Flatbush will be a fun-filled day of singing and playing with Chorus staff. SongFest concludes with […]
Sing in spring with our annual end-of-season concerts featuring the seven training division levels, three performing ensembles, and Alumni Chorus of the acclaimed Brooklyn Youth Chorus. Tickets now available to the general public. SPRING SINGS PERFORMANCE SCHEDULE All concerts take place at Roulette, 509 Atlantic Avenue, Brooklyn. Fri, May 19, 7 pm Pre-Teen Level 4 Monday and Wednesday […]
James MacMillan is the pre-eminent Scottish composer of his generation. His music combines rhythmic excitement, raw emotional power and spiritual meditation. His St. Luke Passion, written in 2013, is the second Passion he composed after the St. John Passion in 2007 and his attraction to the Passion story stems from his deep-rooted Catholic faith. St. […]