NJYC Rehearsal Guest Series

When our program went virtual in March of 2020, we knew things would be different. The silver lining of being online was that it opened up a whole new world of possibilities for our choristers. Proximity would no longer be a barrier to musical exploration. Since March, we’ve had numerous clinicians and speakers join our…

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NJYC Opens At Radio City Music Hall

Sola Voce, Coro Vivo and Primo Coro performed together at The Christmas Spectacular Starring the Radio City Rockettes on December 6. The choral ensemble sang a festive a capella set conducted by NJYC Directors Gabriele Hingelberg and Hannah Nacheman. “Singing on the iconic main stage of Radio City Music Hall was a thrilling experience for NJYC,”…

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Coriste Performs At The White House

Brava to the 50 members of NJYC’s Coriste ensemble who sang in the East Room of the White House at the annual Holiday Open House on December 3. “Performing at the ‘People’s House’ was a tremendous honor for the New Jersey Youth Chorus,” said NJYC’s Founder & Artistic Director Trish Joyce. “We were thrilled to…

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Primo Coro’s 2019 Debut At Halloween Concert

Primo Coro, pictured here with members of the Grace Episcopal Church School Choir, performed in the annual “Family-Friendly Halloween Concert” at Grace Episcopal Church in Madison on October 26. It was Primo Coro’s 2019 debut, as well as the first public performance for Director Hannah Nacheman. Well done, Primo Coro!

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NJYC Sings The National Anthem At Citi Field!

Members of the NJ Youth Chorus, directed by Founder & Artististic Director Trish Joyce, sang the National Anthem at Citi Field on Saturday, September 28th, prior to the historic Mets game against the Atlanta Braves. We’d like to think that NJYC’s performance set the tone for the game– Mets first baseman Pete Alonso later went on to hit his…

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Coriste Joins Choral Workshop

NJYC’s Coriste participated in an interactive workshop for music educators focusing on the treble chorus rehearsal. Clinicians included NJYC’s own Trish Joyce, as well as Dr. John Leonard and Dr. Nicholas McBride of The College of New Jersey Department of Music, and renowned conductor Rollo Dilworth.

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