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The University Glee Club of New York City presents "Coming to New York"

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Please join the University Glee Club for its digital Spring Show featuring SoHarmoniums and the Young People's Chorus of New York City.

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Following the success of their first online concert in December, the men of University Glee Club of New York City have undertaken an even deeper exploration of digital performance for their Spring Show. More than just a concert, this is an original story written expressly for the UGC. The show weaves its songs into the fabric of a quintessential New York tale.

"Coming to New York" tells the story of Adam, a young musician, and his eventful first day in New York City. His travels take him throughout Manhattan as he attempts to return a mysterious lost item to a fellow train passenger.

While the Big Apple doesn't make it easy for Adam, songs from the University Glee Club, SoHarmoniums Women's Choir, and the Young People’s Chorus of NYC bolster his spirits as his day progresses and give Adam the strength to carry on.

Join the University Glee Club and their guests from the comfort of your own home as they perform their 253rd Members’ Concert, and the second in 127 years to be presented online.


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About the University Glee Club of New York City

The UGC is an all-male singing group founded in 1894 "to encourage male voice singing of the highest excellence." The Club has approximately 100 active singing members who span from recent college graduates to men who have sung for over 50 years.

To learn more about the University Glee Club, including information on concerts, rehearsals, and membership, please visit their website at www.ugcofnyc.org.


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About the SoHarmoniums

The SoHarmoniums Women’s Choir, so named for its rehearsal home in the SoHo area of New York City, is a diverse community of singers aged 20 to 75. The ensemble, under its Founding Artistic Director Elizabeth Núñez and Pianist Taisiya Pushkar, performs an eclectic repertoire of international works ranging from classical and folk to contemporary music. Founded in 2006 by Deborah McManus with just six singers, the choir has expanded to sixty members from varying professions, united by their common joy for choral performing and the weekly conviviality of the rehearsals.

To learn more about SoHarmoniums, please visit their website at www.soharmoniums.com.

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