Celebrating 40 Years of Excellence in Choral Training
Youth pro Musica: The Greater Boston Youth Chorus has introduced the joy and fellowship of choral singing to generations of young people. Weekly rehearsals provide vocal, ear and sight-singing training, choral discipline and exposure to music in foreign languages – cultivated in team-building atmosphere. YpM attracts members from all over Greater Boston, uniting young people from different communities based on their shared interest in music.
Youth pro Musica has appeared in some of the finest concert halls in the Boston area and beyond. Over the years, YpM has performed with the Boston Symphony Orchestra (at Carnegie Hall, Symphony Hall and Tanglewood), the Boston Pops, the Tanglewood Festival Chorus, the Boston Camerata, the American Boychoir, and on National Public Radio and television. Recent highlights include last spring’s trip to Montreal, Canada, when YpM performed with the world-renowned Les Petits Chanteurs du Mont-Royal , YpM’s appearance in the premiere (and recording) of Ralf Gawlick’s children’s cantata Kinderkreuzzug, and appearances at Sanders Theater (Harvard University), Faneuil Hall and Jordan Hall with Chorus pro Musica. YpM has commissioned works and appeared in several world, national and regional premieres. YpM is committed to serving the community as well. Members have performed at hospitals, nursing homes, libraries and benefits for organizations such as the Salvation Army, Oxfam, Santa’s Kitchen, Pitching in for Kids, and MUSE (Music Serving the Elderly). [Include collaborations, venues, etc. here?]