Spring Concert 2024

Help usher in spring with a free concert featuring living and local composers along with old uncommon works that are sure to become new favorites.

Special guest appearance by student singers from the Washington Heights Choir School!

Tuesday, May 14, 2024

7:00-8:00 PM

Fort Washington Collegiate Church

729 West 181st Street, NYC

The concert is free ~ donations welcomed!

Concert Program

WHCC Director: Tabitha Allen

Pianist: Mark Klett

Percussionist: Mauro Corona

Washington Heights Choir School Director: Julio Vaquero


Hakuna Mungu Kama Wewe ....arr. Greg Gilpin

Music to Hear....Micah Young

Glad May Morning....Emma Louise Ashford

Non Nobis, Domine....Rosephanye Powell

Beside the ungathered rice he lay....Samuel Coleridge-Taylor

Shenandoah....arr. Marshall Bartholomew

We Dance, from Once on this Island....Lynn Ahrens and Stephen Flaherty

Passing Faces....Alison Beck

Wanting Memories....Ysa├┐e Barnwell

In the Last Days....Maggie Furtak

Feeling generous? You can make a contribution to keep us singing through 2024!

Thank you to all who make our program possible.

Local Business Supporters

GOLD: The Serpent and the Flame, a novel by Valerie Ceriano // SILVER: 181 Cabrini Restaurant, Dutch Baby // BRONZE: Bloom Cafe, CHOCnyc, Hudson Pilates, St. Nic's Wines and Liquors, Studio in the Heights, Stygian Hour Productions, Washington Heights Wellness // FRIENDS: Cifre Digital Photo & Video, E/Jay's Wines & Liquors, Furry Fiends, Mediterraneo Pizza, Ritz Paint Supply, Spoiled Brats

Additional Funding

This project is made possible in part with funds from a regrant program(s) supported by the funding agencies The New York City Department of Cultural Affairs (DCLA) in partnership with the City Council, The Howard Gilman Foundation, and the Upper Manhattan Empowerment Zone Development Corporation (UMEZ), and administered by LMCC.

Thank you to the Fort Washington Collegiate Church, for generously providing us with a place to call home.

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, ppf.org/pp). Contributions to Washington Heights Community Choir qualify as tax-deductible to the fullest extent of the law.