Young Singers Prime Time Program Excels Both Online and In Person
Our Palm Beach County music teachers quickly made the switch in March 2020 to virtual teaching, keeping the music instruction and singing going... and now they are amazing us both virtually and in person!
YSPB's First Virtual Concert featured Alumni and a "famous friend"
Young Singer's Alumni Association treated online audience to an amazing night of songs and celebrated May as Mental Health Awareness Month with a discussion about the positive effects music has on our well-being.
Graduating High School Seniors Saluted with Individual At-Home Celebrations
YSPB conductors and staff did not want Coronavirus closings to keep their high school graduates from being celebrated, so they visited each one, parade style, on May 17th, the day that should have been their final concert.
Melanee Blankstein, YSPB's Managing Director, extends a big thank you to all of the attendees, volunteers, sponsors and donors who participated in this year's Mary Murray Scholarship 5K, which is named in her mother's honor.
CBS12 Black History Month Feature: Terrion Nelson is the first black conductor for the Young Singers of the Palm Beaches. A Gospel recording artist, Nelson has been teaching music in Palm Beach County for nearly three decades.
All of us here at Young Singers of the Palm Beaches started our 2019/2020 season off with the theme, "Building Community Through Song," and we are happy to show you some of the ways we are doing just that!