High Line Holiday Concert
High Line Holiday Concert
Celebrate the holiday season with a sing-along to your favorite holiday carols.
Join Friends of the High Line, the New York City Gay Men’s Chorus, and the New York City Housing Authority Youth Chorus for a family-friendly holiday concert and hot chocolate for sale provided by Friedman's Lunch and Chelsea Catering NYC.
10th Avenue Square
On the High Line at West 17th Street
High Line Holiday Concert is free and open to visitors of all ages. No RSVP required.
And don’t forget to bring a toy to donate to help bring holiday cheer to more than 300 kids in need from the neighborhoods along the High Line. At the concert, Friends of the High Line will be collecting new, UNWRAPPED toy donations for children between the ages of 4 and 14 as part of the High Line Holiday Toy Drive.
ABOUT NEW YORK CITY GAY MEN’S CHORUS
New York City Gay Men’s Chorus (NYCGMC) has appeared at such world-class venues as Lincoln Center and Carnegie Hall and performed alongside a roster of stars – Liza Minnelli, Stephen Sondheim, Marilyn Horne, Barbara Cook, Victoria Clark, Liz Callaway, Carol Channing, Joel Grey and Eartha Kitt – to name only a few. From Town Hall to City Hall, from the advent of AIDS to the struggle for marriage equality for over 30 years, NYCGMC and its over 250 members have been producing innovative programs, and serving the LGBT community.
NYCGMC is a member of the Gay and Lesbian Association of Choruses (GALA), the world’s only association committed to serving the LGBT choral movement. NYCGMC is also a proud member of the New York Choral Consortium (NYCC).
ABOUT NEW YORK CITY HOUSING AUTHORITY YOUTH CHORUS
The New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA) Youth Chorus was created in 1997 as a vehicle for showcasing the talents and abilities of NYCHA residents and members of the surrounding communities. The Youth Chorus is dedicated to excellence in its performances and has a long and distinguished list to its credit. Some of these include: the legendary Apollo Theater, Avery Fisher Hall and Disney’s Epcot Center, the Official Chorus at the New York City 2000 Millennium Celebration, Radio City Music Hall (with Sir Elton John) and the International World Harmony Run at the United Nations, Mayoral Interfaith and Martin Luther King, Jr. Breakfasts, and celebrations for the World Champion New York Yankees at City Hall. More than just a group of singers, the NYCHA Youth Chorus has come to be known as the Good Will Ambassadors for the New York City Housing Authority, instilling a healthy sense of pride and accomplishment in each and every one of its members.