New York City Community Chorus is 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. 



Announcing our Spring 2021 Season
A CHANGE IS COMING: Music of Revolution and Enlightenment


Our music this Spring evokes a hoped-for “new age” of
societal reform and enlightened consciousness. Repertory includes:

A Change Is Gonna Come (Sam Cooke)
Do You Hear the People Sing (and other music from Les Misérables)
Fragile (Sting)
Home (from The Wiz)
Prisoners Chorus (from Beethoven’s Fidelio)
We Shall Overcome


LET’S MAKE MUSIC TOGETHER. ALL VOICES MATTER.

We’re committed to acceptance and inclusivity. We welcome everyone to sing with our chorus without regard to their experience, talent, race, ethnicity, gender identity, sexual orientation, religious affiliation, physical challenges, or financial resources.


First rehearsal is Monday, January 25, 6:15 to 8:15 p.m.

Interested to join? Click on the “Contact us” button below.