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YPCC Fall Cycle: Healing & Hygge
Join YPCC this fall for Healing and Hygge – a virtual and in-person community choir series that keeps you connected while maintaining the wellness of each singer – mind, body, and spirit – with health advocates from the Clifton Cultural Arts Center.
YPCC’s Fall Cycle - Healing & Hygge - focuses on staying connected from our homes and maintaining individual singer wellness. Hygge (pronounced hoo-guh!) is a Danish word used to acknowledge a special feeling or moment. It can be alone or with friends, at home or out, ordinary or extraordinary but is always cozy, charming, or special. We need a little healing hygge in our lives right now. This is also a time for us to explore our bodies as our instruments. Online rehearsals won't be yourView more
Singer dues are $10 and grant access to all online Zoom rehearsals, in-person events, sheet music, vocal wellness resources, special offers from YPCC partners, and the YPCC singer community network. Just one $10 ticket covers ALL event dates. No audition is required to participate. Find out more about what YPCC is all about at www.ypccsing.org/start. For more information and a link to register, visit www.ypccsing.org/sing. Singers can register and join at any time throughout the month of September.
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All in-person events will be accessible from the comfort of your own home in-real time via a live stream experience. All sessions are Tuesday evenings from 6:30pm-8:30pm unless otherwise noted. This cycle culminates in a remote choir video project and an in-person performance experience (As conditions allow) on Friday, October 9 (Friday October 16 is the backup date). Click here for a full listing of what to expect. If COVID-19 conditions do not allow for in-person gatherings, those sessions will be switched to virtual sessions.
Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update
All in-person events will be accessible from the comfort of your own home in-real time via a live stream experience. If COVID-19 conditions do not allow for in-person gatherings, those sessions will be switched to virtual sessions.