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Posted in Art, Music, New Jersey, New York, tagged chorus, chorus auditions, christmas music, donations, melvin coston, Music, nonprofit, nyc chorus, singing, support the arts, the young new yorkers chorus, wedding music on November 9, 2009 | Leave a Comment »
One of my dearest friends, Melvin Coston, sings in The Young New Yorkers Chorus. While I’ve sadly never been able to enjoy a concert, he has told me about how much he enjoys the chorus for years.
A non-profit organization, they are seeking donations.
YNYC was started in 2001 as a way for interested volunteer singers to continue their training (in many cases) and simple love of singing beyond their college years. Each year, they perform three concerts over the course of our season, with the holiday concert typically being the biggest and most celebrated.
In addition to performing both classical and contemporary choral pieces from all parts of the world, they also conduct a Young Composers competition each year to support and encourage music composers in the development of their craft. The finalists’ submitted works are performed for the first time at the final concert of the every season.
Although they have enjoyed an ever-increasing following and last year saw a record turnout at all our concerts, donations allow them to have consistent rehearsal space, quality concert space and most importantly, the continuation of the Young Composers Competition. Donations are a key financial component to making all of this possible each year.
YNYC is a non-profit organization. All monies go to the necessary functions of the Chorus.
See you later! I’m off to donate. Even though I can’t give too much, we all know how every little bit counts.
Support the arts.