We are the chorus for everyone!

A non-sectarian community chorus located at 28th St. and 9th Ave. in Manhattan

Our mission is to restore the joy of singing to day-to-day life, and to heal our community through singing. Since November 1994 we have brought the thrill of singing to hundreds of people, and our concerts have entertained thousands more.

Video by Gary Wachter of Charity Docs (charitydocs.org)

We are closed to new members until our spring season, starting in January

Concert Date: Sunday, Dec 15, 2019, 4:00 pm

Our repertory for this season commemorates the 1919 Treaty of Versailles with its hope for the end of warfare:

  • I'm a Travelin' Man (Jester Hairston)
  • Ye now are sorrowful (Brahms "Requiem")
  • O Ayiti (remembering the victims of the 2010 earthquake)
  • Carol of the Bells (traditional Ukrainian)
  • Empty Chairs at Empty Tables (Les Misérables)
  • Danny Boy
  • L'Homme Armé (based on medieval French chanson)
  • Like as the hart desireth the waterbrook (Healey Willan)
  • Bogoroditse Devo (Rachmaninov)
  • Lift every voice and sing (African-American "national anthem")
In Addition:
  • soprano & alto: When The Boys Come Home (Harold Arlen, "Bloomer Girl")
  • tenor & bass: Bring Him Home (Les Misérables)

Check out CHORUS NOTES - Spring 2019 Issue


Next Rehearsal: Monday, Oct 14, 2019, 6:30PM - 8:30PM

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We welcome singers at all levels.
No Pressure! No Auditions!

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