Saturday, June 2, 2018 - 7:30 pm
National City Christian Church
5 Thomas Circle, NW, WDC
Since the dawn of civilization, artists have looked to the sky for inspiration, for solace, and for explanations about our earthly journey and our place in the cosmos and the universe.
On June 2nd, experience 21st century composers’ reflections on the mystery, the grandeur and the boundless expanse of the heavens in a unique musical space odyssey. From canticles of the sun to lunar lullabies, and from stellar songs to paeans to the planets, it will be an evening of celestial and extraterrestrial beauty that will lift your spirits and stir your soul.
Join us for SONGS OF THE GALAXIES!
ADULTS and YOUTH for the
Congressional Chorus and American Youth Chorus
are a part of a family of choruses that reflects the diversity of our city.
Committed to engaging our audiences through innovative programming,
we perform an eclectic variety of choral music.
We create music of the highest artistic quality in an environment that is
creative, supportive and fun!
|AMERICAN YOUTH CHORUS
ages 8 to 14 for our
after-school music program at
Capitol Hill Arts Workshop
|Auditioning all voice parts:
Soprano, Alto, Tenor and Bass
AYC is made up of
70 singers, ages 8-14,
divided into a junior and
now starting our 10th season
CC is a 100-voice
adult SATB chorus,
focusing on American music,
now beginning our 31st season
Tuition assistance program
enables EVERY AYC child to participate,
regardless of socio-economic
|CC is an auditioned chorus
with members from
all across the metro region
(You do NOT have to be a member of
a Congressional staff to sing.)
Venues have included:
The White House, US Capitol Building, Library of Congress,
National Building Museum, The Filmore Silver Spring,
National Archives, The Kennedy Center, and
the Atlas Performing Arts Center
Youth Rehearsals are held at
the Capitol Hill Arts Workshop
from 4:30pm to 6:00pmAges 8-10 rehearse on TuesdaysAges 11-14 rehearse on Thursdays
Adult Rehearsals are held
at Calvary Baptist Church
located one block from the
Gallery-Place Chinatown metro.