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Naples Philharmonic Youth Chorus Spring Concert

Hayes Hall

Youth Chorus
May 5, 4:00pm
Hayes Hall 4:00pm
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Admission is free for this event

Spring Concert

Naples Philharmonic Youth Chorus


Jim Cochran, director and conductor

Cesar Rosas — “Canción Del Mariachi” from Desperado
Traditional — “The Water Is Wide” from The River Wild
Welsh Traditional — “Suo Gân” from Empire of the Sun
Caccini — Ave Maria
Monge — Mexico Lindo
Moss — One Small Voice
Stephen Schwartz — “For Good” from Wicked
arr. Hopson — Dona Nobis Pacem
Mozart — Ave Verum Corpus
Wallace and Glennie-Smith — “The Mansions of the Lord” from We Were Soldiers
Lin-Manuel Miranda — Moana (Choral Highlights)
Sally Albrecht — May You Always Have a Song


This chorus of 100 voices performs in their annual spring concert as part of Artis—Naples' Community Day celebration.


The Naples Philharmonic Youth Chorus is generously endowed by Carmen and Jim Campbell.

Youth Chorus

Naples Philharmonic Youth Chorus


The Naples Philharmonic Youth Chorus (NPYC) provides young singers performance opportunities on Hayes Hall stage alongside the Naples Philharmonic and at distinct community events. The 100-voice NPYC is directed by James Cochran and includes singers in elementary, middle and high school.

Learn more about the Naples Philharmonic Youth Chorus.

James Cochran

James Cochran


James Cochran is the founder and director of the Naples Philharmonic Chorus, director of the Naples Philharmonic Youth Chorus and resident organist of the Naples Philharmonic. As an organ recitalist, Cochran has performed in the United States, Canada, Great Britain and Mexico. As the Naples Philharmonic Chorus director, he has prepared the ensemble for concerts under the batons of such preeminent conductors as Keith Lockhart, Jack Everly and Jorge Mester. Outside of his work with the Naples Philharmonic, Cochran serves as the director of music at the Vanderbilt Presbyterian Church. Cochran holds master and doctorate of music arts degrees from the Eastman School of Music.

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