Musical Theater Youth Workshop

Students who love musical theatre learn healthy singing techniques—including breath control, posture and diction—while exploring classic and contemporary musical theatre repertoire. Students explore how to make motivated choices on stage and build performance and rehearsal skills through musical theatre games and activities; and they work collaboratively to produce an original play featuring a variety of popular musical theater tunes and current hits. Each semester ends with a final performance.

Brooklyn Conservatory Chorale (BCC)

Now in its 17th season, Brooklyn Conservatory Chorale (BCC), is comprised of 50-plus members and performs a rich variety of musical styles, both a cappella and with a variety of instrumental accompaniment. Conducted by Dr. Nicholas Nicassio, this ensemble meets on Monday evenings and performs two to three concerts per season in Brooklyn. Members develop their vocal skills through exciting and stimulating repertoire chosen from the music of the Renaissance to contemporary songs and everything in between. Chorale singers have the opportunity to build essential skills for singing and musical performance including sight-singing, breath support, tone production, vocal range and much more.