Young People’s Chorus Big Sing

The Young People’s Chorus of New York City will be holding a sing-along concert called “The Big Sing” at Gerald W Lynch Theater at John Jay College. The program will be led by Artistic Director Francisco J. Núñez and Associate Artistic Director Elizabeth Núñez.

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Sing with New York City at the YPC BIG SING!

Join YPC on Saturday, October 19 for a joyous community singalong. Leading the concert will be YPC Artistic Director Francisco J. Núñez and Associate Artistic Director Elizabeth Núñez, along with special guests Carnegie Hall’s Nick Demeris, renowned for creating human-instrument orchestras, and Midtown • A Vocal Quartet, a brilliant quartet from the barbershop and a cappella world.Raise your voice in shared harmony with hundreds of other New Yorkers in a program of Broadway, pop, and folk favorites. Don’t miss this fabulous, family-friendly event!

Posted by Young People’s Chorus of New York City on Thursday, October 3, 2019

The Young People’s Chorus provides children of all cultural and economic backgrounds with a music education that seeks to fulfill their potential and “enrich the community”. They host a variety of shows throughout the year, which are attended by hundreds of New Yorkers.

For this event, the program includes Broadway favorites, pop, and folk classics.  A special guest this year is the a cappella quartet Midtown, a musical group based out of Manhattan. They’re a “dynamic, international award winning vocal quartet” , and are “well versed in pop, jazz, barbershop, gospel, and musical theater”.

Additionally, musician Nick Demeris will be joining the show on October 19th. Nick is a two-time Tedx speaker in addition to a singer. He works with “orchestras, choirs, and aspiring artists”. In addition, he works with “young people in the juvenile justice system”,  teaching them to sing, write, and play improvised and original music. 

This event will be family-friendly, fun, and spirited. It will be taking place Saturday, October 19th from 3 to 5pm. Tickets are available for $13, and for children under 12, the cost is only $1.

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