New York, NY
Time & Location
November 20 – December 19
High Line Nine, New York, NY
is a transcendent musical journey into the subconscious mind of today’s youth during a time of global turmoil and transformation. Expressed through newly commissioned pieces created by 15 of the world’s leading composers and emerging songwriters, AloneTogether
takes an innovative, experimental approach toward understanding and expressing the hearts and minds of children through the course of the pandemic. For the first time, YPC enthusiasts will see choristers perform these works in new mediums, including video, art, and film, in addition to live performances.
comprises spoken word, poetry, sculpture, video art, music, and film and features 500 YPC choristers, 15 composers and emerging songwriters, seven poets, three choreographers, and two filmmakers. Filmmaker Ansley Sawyer
brings the choristers’ stories to life through film, set to newly commissioned works by composers and emerging songwriters: Samuel Adler, Derek Bermel, Thomas Cabaniss, Paquito D’Rivera/Alexis Romay, Aneesa Folds, Gordon Getty, Michael Gordon, Michael Harrison, Ted Hearne, Yuka Honda, David Lang, Elizabeth Núñez, Francisco J. Núñez, Jim Papoulis, and Paola Prestini
, with YPC conductors Emma Hathaway, Caitlin Henning, Maria Pena, Sophia Papoulis, and Sonny Willis
, and choreography by Jean Borges, Tommy Scrivens and Megan Williams
. Additional films by Francisco J. Núñez round out the exhibition. The installation is the culmination of YPC’s newest commissioning initiative.
is a free exhibit and is open for viewing from November 20th through December 19th, Wednesday – Sunday from 12pm – 6pm
, with extended hours for special events.
Visit the Young People’s Chorus of New York City’s website for more information.
This event is supported by the Japan Foundation.