PEOPLE HAVE SAID COVID DOESN’T AFFECT KIDS.
THEY’RE WRONG.

This is no ordinary gallery show. AloneTogether is a journey into the subconscious minds of children and teens during a time of global turmoil and transformation. It is an immersive, transcendent musical experience that excavates the essence of humanity, the needs, fears and feelings that connect us all, even – and even more so – when we cannot be together. From the moment you enter High Line Nine, you will be immersed in a mixed media, interactive exhibit unlike any other, examining life in lockdown in New York City through the eyes of our children.

Through newly commissioned works by 15 of the world’s leading composers, emerging songwriters and choreographers, you will witness spoken word, poetry, sculpture, video art, music, film, and live performance and hear hundreds of young artists aged 8-18 process their biggest, most powerful emotions. You will feel their sorrow, their pain, their fear, their joy, their loneliness, their love and their hope reflected in their work. You will see yourself in their stories, in the music and in their faces. And when you depart, you too, will be a different person.

HOPE LIVES AT YPC

Praised by The Wall Street Journal and The New York Times for its “astounding virtuosity” and its “gripping” and “impressive” performances, the Young People’s Chorus of New York City (YPC) is an award-winning, globally transformative organization led by Founder/Artistic Director Francisco J. Núñez, a MacArthur Fellow and Musical America’s Educator of the Year, that is elevating youth, creating art and changing the world, all through the power of music in the key of love.

For more information, please contact info@ypc.org

PRESENTED IN COLLABORATION WITH OUR SPONSORS

WITH ADDITIONAL SUPPORT BY:

AloneTogether is made possible by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of the Office of the Governor and the New York State Legislature.