Young People’s Chorus of New York City Celebrates the Holidays with “A Very Merry New York” at Lincoln Center’s Newly Reimagined David Geffen Hall (December 11)
In one of New York’s jolliest musical celebrations of the holiday season, the Young People’s Chorus of New York City (YPC), under the direction of YPC Artistic Director/Founder Francisco J. Núñez and Creative Director Elizabeth Núñez, will spread the joy of the season with “A Very Merry New York,” its 2022 winter holiday concert to be held in Lincoln Center’s newly reimagined David Geffen Hall on Sunday, December 11 at 5:00 p.m.
Nearly 600 of YPC’s award-winning choristers hailing from every New York City borough, Long Island and Westchester will share the stage and the joy of the season with a program that features special new arrangements and productions of cherished holiday treasures, many set to spectacular choreography. The concert will host two world premieres; “Ohrot,” (lights in Hebrew), composed by Francisco J. Núñez himself; the second piece is “We Are the Light,” by composer Jim Papoulis, which features poignant and stirring lyrics by the choristers themselves.
Tickets start at $49 and are available now at the Geffen Hall box office, by calling Center Charge at 212-721-6500, or online www.ypc.org/event/a-very-merry-new-york-2022.
Venue: David Geffen Hall
10 Lincoln Center Plaza
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