Young People’s Chorus of NYC Presents Holiday Spectacular, A Very Merry New York
What: The Young People’s Chorus of New York City (YPC) is returning to the holiday stage for its upcoming holiday spectacular, A Very Merry New York. Taking place at New York’s extraordinary landmark theater, the United Palace, on Saturday, December 11, the festive, immersive event will showcase live performances by nearly 600 YPC choristers and include a film written by Tony Award-winning lyrist Lynn Ahrens starring distinguished baritone Lester Lynch, and is directed by YPC’s Associate Artistic Director, Elizabeth Núñez. Live performances by choristers performing fully choreographed holiday favorites will be creatively interwoven with the film entitled "A Horrible Hush" in which the choristers of YPC inspire New York City to sing again and just in time for the holidays! Audience participation will be strongly encouraged for a fully immersive experience.
Where: United Palace 4140 Broadway at West 175th Street New York City
When: December 11 at 7:00 p.m.
Cost: $29 - $109
Ticket Website: https://www.boletosexpress.com/young-peoples-chorus-of-new-york-city/61877/
Venue: United Palace
4140 Broadway at West 175th Street
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