Washington Heights Community Choir
A Choir for Upper Manhattan
Washington Heights Community Choir is a no-audition community chorus, one of a handful in NYC and the only choir of its kind located in Washington Heights/Upper Manhattan.
We provide community members of all ages and backgrounds who love to sing an opportunity to come together to learn music and perform. We believe that singing with and for our neighbors not only spreads much-needed joy but strengthens community bonds, too.
Formerly Fort Washington Community Choir
WHCC is a nonprofit organization run by volunteers and guided by a committee of dedicated choir members, representing a broad range of ages, backgrounds, and talents.
Music Director: Tabitha Allen
Executive Director: Beth Breslauer
Steering Committee: Michael Benoit, Susan Breech, Benjamin Brown, Jordan Dewbre, Susan Gordon-Clark, Monica Kuth, Marija Parente, Sig & Dorrie Rosen, and Ashleigh Walsh.
Our finances are managed by a fiscal sponsor that is recognized as tax-exempt under Section 501(c)(3), so donations to our organization qualify as tax-deductible.
Many thanks to our donors for helping us stay on our feet, including these fine local businesses!
We are a volunteer-run choir and keep our dues intentionally low, so that many can participate. Donate today, so we can keep Uptown Manhattan singing!
Washington Heights Community Choir operates as a project of Players Philanthropy Fund, a Maryland charitable trust recognized by IRS as a tax-exempt public charity under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code (Federal Tax ID: 27-6601178). Contributions to Washington Heights Community Choir qualify as tax-deductible to the fullest extent of the law.