Three male members of the New Jersey Youth Chorus have been selected for prestigious solo performances this season. 6th Grader Ilan Onigman was Amal in the Light Opera of New Jersey’s December 2018 production of Amal and the Night Visitors. 7th Grader Rohan Panjwani performed on stage at Carnegie Hall this week under the direction of beloved American composer Z. Randall Stroope. And 5th grader Matthew Herrera will be the boy soloist in Chichester Psalms by Leonard Bernstein at The Presbyterian Church in Morristown on April 28th.

Boys interested in learning more about NJYC are invited to attend our annual Guys and Guests event on Monday, April 29th. Our male choirs will also be performing with the Texas Boys Choir on Monday, May 20th, a concert that is open to the public. Both events will be held at our rehearsal space, Chatham United Methodist Church in Chatham, NJ.

The mission of the New Jersey Youth Chorus, founded in 1992, is to provide exceptional choral music education and performance experiences, fostering expression, artistry and growth. NJYC’s spring concert, featuring all five of our choirs, will be held on Saturday, May 18th at Ridge High School in Basking Ridge. Auditions for our 2019-20 Season are also being scheduled now, for boys and girls currently in grades three through eleven.

Please visit njyouthchorus.org for more information, to purchase spring concert tickets, and to request an audition appointment. We can also be reached at 973-998-5670 or admin@njyouthchorus.org.