Watch the Black Mountain Songs album release party with Richard Reed Parry live from the Greene Space.


James MacMillan's St. Luke Passion

"The Brooklyn Youth Chorus, prepared by its artistic director Dianne Berkun Menaker, proved equal to its prominent role and then some. By the choice of a children’s choir, MacMillan evidently intended to give Christ’s words an otherworldly sheen, and this chorus delivered with pure unisons, finely tuned polyphony and secure high entrances, and gave its elders some lessons in diction as well."
New York Classical Review Read The Review +


Black Mountain Songs The Album

"Black Mountain Songs earned a rave review in the Times—and when you hear the astonishingly secure performance of the young singers, who have been tasked with executing some formidably complex choral textures, you immediately understand why."
The New Yorker Read The Review +


Royal Ballet

"But in the Mendelssohn the Brooklyn Youth Chorus was delightful."
The New York Times Read The Review +


Joan of Arc at the Stake

"The New York Choral Artists weaving the most emotional spell from their risers above the orchestra, the equally scintillating Brooklyn Youth Chorus in bipolar roles (first as a herd of sheep, then as medieval children of Lorraine)." Read The Review +


The Lord of the Rings Live in Concert

"The Brooklyn Youth Chorus sings with unflinching energy and polish in a variety of languages — including, of course, Elvish and Sindarin."    
New York Magazine's Vulture Read The Review +



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