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Aug 31, 2011
New York, New York
From February 15 to 18, 2012, Carnegie Hall's Weill Music Institute and, the Young People's Chorus of New York City will present a three-day Transient Glory Symposium to launch the new Carnegie Hall Choral Institute. This symposium is the first in Carnegie Hall's annual series of workshops and concerts for choral conductors focuing on fostering and spreading choral compositions for young voices by major composers.
About Transient Glory
Transieny Glory was created in 2001 by Francisco J. Nunez and the Young People's Chorus of New York City to spotlight the children's chorus as an instrument capable of making music of the highest quality. Now, a decade later with more than 60 YPC premieres of music commissioned from many of the most visionary composers of our time, including Pulitzer Price, Oscar, and MacArthur "genius" grant recipients, YPC's Transient Glory is playing a huge role in the ever-evolving fabric of music in the 21st century.
The conerts with take place at major New York City venues:
February 16, 7:30 PM - Le Poisson Rouge
Febrauary 17, 8:00 PM - 92nd St Y
Febraury 18, 8:00 PM - Zankel Hall
Pictured Above: YPC performing Transient Glory works at the 92nd Street Y
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