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New Jersey Youth Chorus Holds Auditions for 2015-2016 Season

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The New Jersey Youth Chorus Intermediate Chorus and Boys' Ensemble perform the National Anthem for the NY Mets during the 2014 season. 
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Morristown, NJ – The acclaimed New Jersey Youth Chorus (NJYC) a community-based choral music education program, announces auditions for its exciting 2015-2016 season. Children and teens who love to sing are invited to audition for one of the NJYC’s six outstanding choral ensembles. The audition process is fun, friendly and stress-free; a love of singing and enthusiasm for music are the most important requirements. Tryouts are open to students entering first through twelfth grades in the 2015-2016 school year, and will be held this weekend, June 6th and 7th at the Delbarton School Fine Arts Center, 230 Mendham Road, Morristown. Visit www.njyouthchorus.org for information on the NJYC’s ensembles, and to fill out an application and schedule a convenient audition time. 

Now in its 23rd season, the NJYC provides a unique musical education that encourages a love and appreciation of choral music while nurturing personal growth and creative development in a warm, supportive atmosphere. Founded by artistic director Trish Joyce, the NJYC features approximately 250 choristers from over fifty New Jersey towns and offers participants a variety of exciting and enriching performance opportunities. For more information visit www.njyouthchorus.org.

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