Young People’s Chorus of New York City brings its innovative, nationally recognized music education and choral performance program to children throughout the city in partnership with New York City schools.

What do choristers learn?
All choristers will learn the fundamentals of music and choral performance through a standards-based curriculum that includes:

How is the chorus structured?
Choruses are led by Young People’s Chorus of New York City’s trained conductors and professional accompanists through synchronous and asynchronous sessions, children will experience the joy of singing while exploring music that spans New York City’s many cultures.

How will the chorus enrich your community?

If you’d like to be a YPC school partner, please email


PS 1 | The Alfred E. Smith School (Chinatown)
Partner since 2005 

PS 75 | The Emily Dickinson School (Upper West Side)
Partner since 2005

PS 130 | The Hernando DeSoto School (SoHo)
Partner since 2003 | Sonny Willis, Conductor

PS 198 | Isador E. Ida Straus (Upper East Side)
Partner since 2008

PS 18 | Park Terrace (Inwood)
Partner since 2022


PS 90 | Horace Mann (Richmond Hill)
Partner since 2005 

PS 153 | Maspeth Academy (Maspeth)
Partner since 2019

PS 64 | The Joseph P. Addabbo School (Ozone Park)
Partner since 2003 

PS 76 | The William Hallett School (Broadway Junction)
Partner since 2019


PS 770 | New American Academy (Brownsville)
Partner since 2015

PS 268 | Emma Lazarus (East Flatbush)
Partner since 2006

PS 18 | Edward Bush (Williamsburg)
Partner since 2021

Mott Hall IV (Ocean Hill)
Partner since 2022


PS 69 | Journey Prep (Clason Point)
Partner since 2010

PS 207 (Kingsbridge)
Partner since 2020

The Highbridge Green School (Highbridge)
Partner since 2021