The New York Choral Consortium
[New] Programs Day 2022!
Join us for NYCC's Programs Day on Saturday, October 22, at the Synod House at the Cathedral of St. John the Divine. Get geared up for promotion and programming in three exciting sessions: 1) Attorney Rob Monath walks us through the permissions process for choral livestreams and online postings 2) Diversity in Action intern Mary Daugherty updates us on our expanding repertoire database 3) Composer Paul Moravec takes us inside his oratorio, Sanctuary Road, written with librettist Mark Campbell and premiered by NYCC member chorus, Oratorio Society of New York.
REGISTRATION, detailed schedule, location, and program information is available on our events page.
[New] Renew your membership!
The 2022-2023 annual registration process is now open for all New York Choral Consortium (NYCC) current and would-be member organizations. Please register by go to the registration page and pay your organization’s dues at the earliest opportunity. It is time to get this world singing again!
[New] NYCC Welcomes Theresa Hubbard and Ryan James Brandau to its board
Learn more about these new members on our about page.
Thank you for coming to The Big Sing 2022!
The New York Choral Consortium presented its 11th annual BIG SING on Monday, June 13, 7:30 p.m. at the Church of St. Vincent Ferrer.
We enjoyed singing selections from Haydn's oratorio, The Creation, with Veronica Mak, soprano; Kevin Lee, tenor; and Andrew Jurden, bass.
We look forward to next year!
First Annual Big Sing Jr!
On Saturday, May 7, 2022, NYCC held its first annual Big Sing Jr! We had an amazing day of making music at the Cathedral of St. John the Divine. Many thanks to all of the young artists who participated, and to NYCC education chair, Bryan Zaros. We'll see you next year!
Programs Day Video Available
Thank you to all who attended our Programs Day in October, and especially to our presenters--six dynamic African-American choral composers--for sharing their work with us. You can watch the video of the event HERE.
Diversity in Action
NYCC welcomes Diversity in Action Intern, Mary Daugherty
Mary is a DMA student in conducting at the University of Nebraska in Lincoln, and was recommended for this project by Dr. Marques Garrett. She will be working to expand and update Dr. Garrett's "Beyond Elijah Rock" composer and repertoire list.
Find out more about Mary's project on the Diversity in Action page.
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