Hire the Chorus
The fine repertoire and performance quality of the renowned NYCHORAL (New York Choral Society) is available for any and all occasions. NYCHORAL has been the “chorus of choice” for appearances with many distinguished organizations throughout the New York metropolitan area, on stage, on television, at awards ceremonies, on tour, and at large and small private events.
Rates are based on the number of singers required for your event, repertoire, number and length of appearances, and venue.
To hire NYCHORAL or to request additional information, please contact Executive Director Pat Owens at email@example.com.
- Celine Dion (Radio City Music Hall)
- Aretha Franklin (The Grammy Awards)
- “September Concert” at Saint Patrick’s Cathedral
- Opera Orchestra of New York: (Carnegie Hall), including Rossini’s Guillaume Tell, Lakmé by Delibes, and Mignon by Ambroise Thomas.
- “Dancing in the Streets” (World Financial Center and the New York Public Library)
- Andrea Bocelli (Spectrum Arena, Philadelphia; Continental Airlines Arena, New Jersey; Madison Square Garden, New York City; Izod Center, New Jersey; and Liberty State Park, New Jersey—live concert on PBS)
- Richard Tucker Music Foundation Gala (Avery Fisher Hall), 1993–2003 and annually since 2005
- Buglisi-Foreman Dance (Joyce Theater): Four performances of Song, a world premiere, (a capella music by Lisa DeSpain)
- American Ballet Theatre (Metropolitan Opera House): Seven performances of a world premiere ballet, HereAfter, based on the music of Carl Orff (Carmina Burana) and John Adams (Harmonium)
- Brooklyn Philharmonic Joint Productions (Brooklyn Academy of Music and Avery Fisher Hall): Dennis Russell Davies, conductor (Schumann Mass in C minor and Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony), Robert Spano, conductor, (Britten’s Spring Symphony, Ravel’s Daphnis et Chloé, and The Damnation of Faust by Berlioz)
- Gorecki’s Beatus Vir (Cathedral of St. John the Divine): Manhattan School of Music Philharmonic, conducted by John Nelson
- David Del Tredici’s Cabbages and Kings (Avery Fisher Hall): St. Luke’s Orchestra, conducted by Yehudi Menuhin
- David Diamond’s This Sacred Ground (Avery Fisher Hall—“Absolut Concerto” series): New Jersey Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Hugh Wolff
- Christmas concert at St. Patrick’s Cathedral
- “Fortune 500 Happy Birthday” (Rose Theater at Jazz at Lincoln Center)
- Launch of Cirque du Soleil CD (Capitale Theater)
- NBC’s Today show (Rockefeller Plaza): Holiday Week appearances
- Christmas caroling at Grand Central Terminal, Bronx Zoo, Tavern on the Green, AT&T headquarters, and at private parties
- Concert with Dave Brubeck at the New York Public Library
- Backup to rock band Guster (Summerstage in Central Park)
- Peter, Paul & Mary on Broadway (Brooks Atkinson Theater)
- Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree Lighting
- “Absolut Harmony” photo shoot
- The History Channel
- Private parties and corporate parties