Youth Invasion

The GenOUT Youth Chorus returns for their annual concert, Youth Invasion. Under the direction of C. Paul Heins, the concert will feature special guest Mosaic Harmony, the Virginia based community choir focused on diversity and inclusion. The concert will be a one-of-its-kind collaboration between these two choruses presenting songs about finding your voice to bring about positive change.

Songs include “I Was Here,” “Imagine,” “Build Me A World,” “Reflection” (from Mulan,) and “Corner of the Sky” (from Pippin.)

Youth Invasion
April 23, 2022 at 3PM
THEARC Theater
1901 Mississippi Ave SE

April 24, 2022 at 3PM (ASL)
The Auditorium at MLK Library
901 G Street NW

Tickets: FREE but ticket is required for admission.

The concert will be ASL interpreted at the Sunday, April 24 performance.

For ASL tickets or groups of 10 or more, please call 202-293-1548.

PLAYBILL: You can access a digital version of the Youth Invasion program HERE.

*Please note all shows and events are subject to change.

COVID-19 Policy
The health and safety of all artists, members, and patrons remains our top priority. We will abide by the health and safety policies and protocols in place at the venues that we utilize for our performances. At this time, proof of full vaccination against COVID-19 along with matching photo ID is required to attend GMCW performances and events. Additionally, face masks are required to be worn at all times while inside the venue at our performances. We will continue to follow the advice from the CDC regarding singing in large groups.

Special Guest Mosaic Harmony

Mosaic Harmony is a community choir where people find love and acceptance regardless of color, religion, sexual orientation, or any other differences. They celebrate diversity and inclusion, sharing their message through the powerful medium of song, and inspiring audiences to embrace ALL people. Founded in 1993, Mosaic Harmony continues its goal to “unify the world, one song at a time.” Music performed by the choir includes both traditional and contemporary selections, music written in the African American tradition, and pieces written by director Rev. David North. Choir members represent different races and faith traditions and the group is now more than 60 voices strong. They have sung from the stages of the Kennedy Center, at the Pentagon, and on stages large and small. Their underlying message is always to honor unity through the rich diversity of the human condition.