New York Virtuoso Singers

The New York Virtuoso Singers

"The city’s outstanding concert choir..." — The New York Times

September 2020- April 2021

We are pleased to announce that we are offering thirty free virtual sessions/workshops/webinars via Zoom.

Canticorum Virtuosi, Inc. Harold Rosenbaum, President and Artistic Director of its choirs, has always had an educational component in addition to presenting concerts and making commercial recordings. It has taken professional singers into high schools to help young singers. For nineteen years it ran a youth choir. It regularly gives free concert tickets to student groups. It runs a conducting workshop twice a year, in which scholarships are often offered.

Whether or not The New York Virtuoso Singers and The Canticum Novum Singers can perform this coming season (because of the pandemic), we are offering thirty free virtual sessions/workshops/webinars via Zoom for all to enjoy, with an emphasis on helping singers, conductors, and composers. A project manager has been secured, and professional singers will assist Dr. Harold Rosenbaum in presenting these Tuesday evening events from September to May.

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In our effort to maintain health and safety during the COVID-19 pandemic, all LIVE events have been canceled.
We wish you all good health. Please, stay safe and check back soon.

Dear supporters and friends of our choruses,

It is with great sadness that we are writing to let you know we have cancelled our upcoming seasonal events due to the overwhelming impact of COVID-19. For those of you who have attended our concerts in the past, you know that they are a highlight of the year—a chance for all of us to come together and celebrate the joy of music.

As a performing choir, concerts are a primary source of revenue. They are where—thanks to the support of people like you—we raise a large part of the money needed to continue our mission of performing and making recordings. The loss of the revenue from these events could be devastating to a small arts organization like ours. But, we have hope that we can get through this time together with your help.

Those of you that have purchased tickets to one of our canceled events can support us in two ways: • Donate your ticket back to Canticorum Virtuosi. • Exchange your ticket for a future performance by emailing If you would like a full refund of the cost of your ticket, please call (914) 583-3915.

If you had planned on attending one of our events this year, please consider a donation instead.

When this pandemic has passed—and it will—we will continue enriching the world and our souls with live performances of great music. Be on the lookout for an announcement for something immensely special, 21 concerts of the music of J.S. Bach over the next two seasons by both of our elite choruses. We cannot imagine a better way to rally and celebrate the human spirit than by embracing the music of the greatest composer of all time. Join us in getting through these troubling times, and filling the future with music.

Help us continue to make great music.

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