Hand in Hand II: Concert for Childhood Music Education

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For more than a century, choruses from Harvard, Princeton, and Yale Universities have celebrated their deep friendship with a season of collaborative concerts during the fall semester. Last October we continued to honor this tradition at a time of extraordinary change and challenge with a virtual benefit concert: Hand in Hand.

As the year draws to a close and we reflect on our experiences during this time, we have resolved to come together once again to share our musical work. And so on Sunday, May 23rd at 5 pm EDT, we invite you to join us for another virtual benefit concert: Hand in Hand II, presented by the Harvard Choruses, the Yale Glee Club, and the Princeton University Glee Club. Our partner in this project is Education Through Music, now celebrating its 30th anniversary, which partners with under-resourced schools to provide music as a core subject for all children.

Each ensemble will share new performances by its singers, with several selections also featuring alumni, and the concert will end with a joint virtual performance by students and alumni of a new arrangement by Tim Keeler, Music Director of Chanticleer, of favorite songs from all three Universities entitled Songs of Home.

All ticket proceeds will go to support the work of Education Through Music. The suggested minimum donation is $5, but we encourage you to give as generously as you can. Students can register for free. Click Here to Register.