The New York Philharmonic

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Biography

The Dorothy Maynor Singers is a group of intermediate and advanced vocal students named after the internationally acclaimed concert soprano Dorothy Maynor, founder of Harlem School of the Arts (HSA), which she opened in the basement of the St. James Presbyterian Church in Harlem in 1964. In May 1979, under the leadership of legendary opera singer Betty Allen — Maynor’s handpicked successor — HSA opened its state-of-the-art 37,000 square foot facility, which was recently renamed The Herb Albert Center in honor of the renowned trumpet player, bandleader, and producer. HSA has blossomed into a thriving, extraordinary cultural institution that has served more than 50,000 students over the last 50 years, annually working with approximately 4,000 young people from across the greater New York metro area.

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