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New York City Children's Chorus

at Madison Avenue Presbyterian Church

About Us

The New York City Children’s Chorus is a graded choral program for children in the metropolitan NYC area who wish to receive training in the art of singing in a rigorous and rewarding choral environment. Founded in 2012 by Mary Huff at Madison Avenue Presbyterian Church (MAPC), the New York City Children’s Chorus enables choristers, through hard work and dedication, to develop a passionate commitment to excellence through the choral art, to learn discipline and self-confidence, and to give back to their community through the gift of music. More >

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In the News

NYCCC’s recent television appearances include holiday programs on Good Morning America and on Good Day in New York! In addition to television appearances on Good Morning America, CBS Sunday Morning, TODAY, Saturday Night Live and Merry Knicksmas!, the NYCCC made its Broadway debut in the Roundabout Theater’s production of The Man Who Came to Dinner in 2015, and were thrilled to have made our Carnegie Hall debut with Dailey & Vincent premiering Carol Barnett’s Mortals and Angels in January 2016. For a list of other outside appearances and for information on booking the choir for your event, go to Booking >

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New CD!

With this first recording, we are pleased to introduce ourselves as the newest children’s choir in town; a community-based children’s chorus founded in 2012, steeped in the bel canto tradition of singing that claims classical music as its heart and soul. And what is for a young singer more at the core of the Western musical tradition than the art song?

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