New York's Oldest Christmas Tradition
Young People's Chorus at Washington Heights (YPCWH) conducted by YPC Assistant Conductor Maria Peña opens the church’s century-old holiday tradition with a performance of holiday music, followed by a candlelight reading of Clement Clarke Moore’s “Twas the Night Before Christmas” and a lantern procession and wreath-lay ceremony at Clement Moore’s mausoleum at Trinity Church, across from Intercession Church.
Venue: Church of the Intercession
550 West 155th St. (and Broadway) Map
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