Dear YPC National community,
We are so sorry to share the sad news that as the Covid-19 pandemic continues, we are unable to move forward with plans for our second annual YPC National Choral Lab and Studio at Lee University in Cleveland, Tennessee this coming July.
After our amazing inaugural YPC National events in July 2019, we have so been looking forward to bringing together young people and conductors from all over the country once again for another memorable experience this year. We are determined to plan an incredible reunion in 2021, and we invite you to stay tuned for those dates and “early-bird” pre-registration to be announced soon!
Until then, we hope you stay safe, and we can’t wait to make music with you again soon.
Postponed until 2021
We sing. We celebrate. In harmony.
Individual singers and established choirs, ages 12-16, are invited to join Concinamus, the YPC National choral ensemble.
- Train with renowned conductor Francisco J. Núñez, Founder and Artistic Director of the Young People’s Chorus of New York City, and the YPC team of master teachers
- Learn challenging new repertoire
- Sing the World Premiere of a new work
- Sing in multiple performances and experience a regional tour
Registration includes lodging, meals, entertainment, transportation, festival t-shirt, and more!
Transportation expenses to and from Lee University are not included.
Concinamus comes from the Latin verb Concino, which means: to celebrate in song, to agree, to sing together.
In 2019, we inaugurated YPC Concinamus, a national ensemble consisting of members of the Young People’s Chorus of New York City and singers from around the country. YPC Concinamus will return in 2020 to the YPC National Choral Lab concluding concert on Monday, July 30.