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“All You Need Is Love” - National Children’s Chorus’ Scholarship Benefit Gala

May 09 | Tue |
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The National Children's Chorus presents its "All You Need is Love" Gala with all proceeds benefiting the NCC’s Scholarship Fund. Cocktails and hors d’oeuvres will be followed by a formal sit-down dinner, graced with elegant musical entertainment, on a night the NCC celebrates its educational impact and honors the tenure of its graduating seniors, many of whom have been with the organization for over a decade.

The National Children’s Chorus provides unparalleled training to more than 1,000 students, comprising 30 choirs based in the chapter cities of Los Angeles, New York, Washington D.C., San Francisco, Austin, Dallas and Boston.

Prior to the Gala, NCC performs its solo debut concert at Carnegie Hall's Stern Auditorium / Perelman Stage on Saturday, May 6 at 3pm. The young singers, ages 10-18, will perform music from many cultures and countries, including world premieres of "Diya Jalein" by Gaayatri Kaundinya - set in Hindi and celebrating Diwali - and the beloved Spanish-language lullaby "A La Nanita Nana" by Carlos Cordero.

In July, the National Children's Chorus will perform with the world-renowned VOCES8 at the historic St John's, Smith Square as part of its 7th international tour to the United Kingdom. While in London, NCC students will record an upcoming holiday music album at Abbey Road Studios which will be released on Apple Music and all streaming services toward the end of 2023.

NCC's gifted vocalists engage in a regimen that includes an extensive musicianship curriculum. Classes in opera, diction, auditioning skills, Kodály Method, Dalcroze Eurythmics, advanced composition, and artistic conducting create a uniquely diverse environment, allowing students to explore and choose areas of specialization.

Venue: Harry F. Sinclair House, Ukrainian Institute of America

2 East 79th Street Map