Coronavirus' Effect on YSPB:Update

March 26, 2020

All of us at Young Singers of the Palm Beaches hope you are healthy and well. As we have seen in recent social media and news reports, the current crisis highlights our need for human connection. Music is emerging as a method of communicating with friends and neighbors, across the street and across the world, while still maintaining social distancing guidelines.  

We at Young Singers are exploring new and exciting ways to teach life skills and promote social emotional wellness through music. While the Kravis Center has announced that they will be closed through the end of May, delaying our spring concert, we will continue to provide opportunities for children to sing using online meeting platforms and social media. Look to our social media pages and upcoming emails highlighting the musical talents of our singers and alumni as well as the good work of others in our community. We are here to network with music teachers, afterschool choirs and community choral directors to brainstorm best practices and test emerging tools for virtual music education. Connect with us by email at

In the words of the late Fred Rogers, in times of crisis we should “look for the helpers. You will always find people who are helping.” In alignment with our theme “Be the Change” we encourage all of you to find ways to contribute your unique talents, skills and resources towards helping our community connect and heal.  We look forward to your continued support and encouragement over the coming months.

Know we are thinking of you and look forward to the next time we can be together to raise our voices in song.

With hope and gratitude from the team at Young Singers of the Palm Beaches 


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