Love | New York
New York

Zankel Hall at Carnegie Hall

881 7th Ave, New York, NY 10019

May 06, 2017

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New York

7:30 PM

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Love | New York

Love can mean many different things. And in all its forms, we can be certain of this—it has the power to change and transform the world, as well as each person in it. This May at Carnegie Hall, join the National Children’s Chorus in a thrilling season finale, celebrating traditions of love from across Western Europe, with timeless musical selections that have inspired men and women for hundreds of years. Revel in the romantic sentiments of Italy, France and Germany as the NCC’s finest singers present a heartwarming program that will headline their 3rd International Tour to the Italian cities of Milan, Venice, Florence and Rome. Operatic melodies, art songs and folk tunes will come together in a rich tapestry of sound that will leave you dreamily enchanted. Don’t miss it!

About NCC

The National Children’s Chorus, under the leadership of Artistic Director Luke McEndarfer and Associate Artistic Director Dr. Pamela Blackstone, is quickly establishing itself as America’s leading treble chorus, with a set of ensembles based in Los Angeles, New York City, and Washington, D.C. Performing locally and abroad, the National Children’s Chorus is one of few youth arts organizations in the world to have its concert series presented by professional music halls.
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