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From Jana: Great work on Monday! Sending positive vibes to our new members, as well!!!

No rehearsal on Monday, Feb. 20th.

R.I.P. Ricky Eisenberg—see his niece's obit here.

Please bring all of the repertoire listed below on Feb. 27th

March 4th gig Repertoire:

Bread and Roses
Give Me Your Tired, Your Poor
Follow the Drinking Gourd
Invocation for Women in Black
Visions of Children 
Life on Earth So Amazing
How Can I Keep from Singing?
This Land is Your Land (please bring the new verse)
Which Side Are You On?(please bring the new verses)
Ain't You Got a Right
El Pueblo Unido
Oh, Freedom
Rockin' Solidarity

March 15th gig repertoire:
Bread and Roses
Ain't You Got a Right
Give Me Your Tired, Your Poor

March 24th repertoire:
Bread & Roses
Union Maid
Rockin' Solidarity

For those who keep their music in alphabetic order, here's the list in that form.


A flyer for our Peoples' Voice Cafe concert is available here. Please distribute to friends & family!

NEW! View the slide show from our Nov. concert! Download
... and here are some pictures from the concert

Remembering Henry Foner, a friend of the chorus:
obituary here

Download the 2016-17 Rehearsal schedule here (2 pages).

If you are missing any of the songs listed each week, please contact your section leader. Section Leaders, please contact Jesse at if you need copies of any of the songs!!!



Check for upcoming events to the right>>>


Words for Simple Song of Freedom are here

New words for Which Side Are You On are here.

New verse for This Land is Your Land is here.

Download the Tina Sizwe Alto file.....

See the "Performance schedule" in the right panel

Rehearsal files:

Ain't You Got a right: Soprano/ Alto/ Tenor/ Bass
Life on Earth: Soprano / Alto / Tenor / Bass
How can I keep from singing: Soprano / Alto / Tenor / Bass
To My Old Brown Earth: Soprano1/ Soprano2 & Alto1 /Alto2 / Tenor / Bass
Song of Peace: Soprano1 / Soprano 2 / Alto / Tenor / Bass
Give me your tired: Soprano1 / Soprano 2 / Alto / Tenor / Bass
If you can walk: Soprano / Alto / Tenor / Bass

DOWNLOADING: to keep a recording, click on the link; you should be asked whether to save. If you choose SAVE, the MP3 or MP4 or WAV file will then be in your default Download folder. (In Firefox, just click on the link, then do a SAVE PAGE while the song plays)

Financial statement for 2013 here.

Contributions: the front page of our site now has a DONATE button (lower left). You can direct friends, family, & other supporters there.

RECORDINGS from the MLK Day event at Dennis's church... (some that have no copyright restrictions are on our home page)

Note: clicking on these will take you off this page

Stand up for workers
Do you hear the people sing
Ain't you got a right
Simple song of freedom
Song of Peace

Thanks to Elliot Greene for the videos!

PERFORMANCE SCHEDULE - Please note these dates; details will be announced as we get closer to each date.

Sat. March 4 — Full Concert at Peoples' Voice Cafe (evening)
Wed. March 15 — sing at City Council (later afternoon/eve.)

Friday March 24—Triangle Shirtwaist Memorial (mid-day)

April??—memorial for Henry Foner
May 1—Clara Lemlich Awards (evening)
June 22-24 Great Labor Arts Exchange


Events of interest:


Videos of earlier chorus performances (Christmas at MetLife):

Something Inside So Strong
Do You Hear the People Sing?
We Are the Champions

(These probably can't be made public because of copyrights, but you can share them privately. Right-click on the link and choose "copy link location." Then paste the resulting URL into an email to your friend)

If you are missing any of the repertoire listed each week, please email or call your section leader ASAP. Your section leader will then forward this information to the NYCLC librarian. See your section leader at the rehearsal for the copies.

Please do not pick up music if you did not contact your section leader.

Section Leaders

Soprano 1
Soprano 2
Alto 1
Alto 2
Georgia Wever
Judy Kleinberg
Susan Zugaib
Mimi Bluestone
Brent Kramer
Eugene Hamond
Librarian: Jesse Kasowitz,