PROGRAMS

PROGRAMS

How To Schedule

Program Selection

You can find detailed information about all of our program offerings using the “Our Programs” tab above. Want help deciding? YANC’s staff is prepared to assist you with the selection of the most appropriate artists and programs to meet your specific learning goals. Call us at 415-974-5554, ext. 7262 or send an email to scheduling@ya-nc.org. Start your planning process early as YANC programs are subject to each artist’s availability. Submit a Scheduling Request at any time using the “Scheduling Request” button.

Scheduling Request

How to Schedule

  1. Choose: Select which assembly performances, residencies, or workshops you would like to incorporate into your classroom.
  2. Schedule: Call us at 415-974-5554, ext. 7262 or send an email to scheduling@ya-nc.org. From there, our team will guide you through dates, times, and choosing an artist, and we will work with you to stay within your budget.
  3. Confirm: Once you are booked and ready to go, our staff will confirm your selection and send any information that you may need to give your students the most enriching experience.
  4. The Fine Print: 
  • Cancelling and Rescheduling: Once a program is confirmed, the artist has reserved his/her time for that date. A cancellation fee will be charged to the school for cancellations that occur within two weeks of the scheduled event.
  • Payment: Payment for an assembly performance or residency is due within 30 days of the event occurrence. Checks are to be made payable to Young Audiences of Northern California and mailed directly.
  • Prices: Program prices listed in the Program Guide and on this website reflect the current pricing structure for school services. Young Audiences reserves the right to adjust prices. The cost of special supplies for a residency is determined at the time of scheduling, and is confirmed at the residency planning meeting. 

Use the “Scheduling Request” button when you are ready. You will find this button on each artist page with that page’s artist and program options pre-filled. If you have questions, or have some information but not all and want to begin the process, you can. The Scheduling Request form has no required fields and includes space to submit questions and comments.

Scheduling Request

Travel Fees

Travel fees are applied to assemblies farther than 19 miles away from Young Audience’s offices. Please calculate from our offices at: 57 Post St, San Francisco, CA 94104. Round trip miles are based on the 2019 government rates.

  • $25 - between 20 - 29 miles
  • $35 - between 30 - 39 miles
  • $45 - between 40 - 49 miles
  • $55 - between 50 - 59 miles
  • After 60 miles a charge of $0.545 per mile/round trip

I Am/We Are

Young Audiences of Northern California works with AXIS Dance Company, New Conservatory Theatre Center's YouthAware, and San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus to bring powerful and socially-relevant assembly performances to Bay Area middle and high schools with our "I Am/We Are" program. With timely and necessary exploration of the challenges facing teens in today's America, these three performing arts groups showcase honest and diverse perspectives through theatre, dance, and music. 

Participating Arts Organizations

AXIS Dance Company showcases contemporary dance choreography that emphasizes collaboration among people of all physical abilities. Performances promote tolerance, inclusion, and acceptance. Students leave with a broader definition of what dance can be and what a dancer looks like and are empowered with the message that anything is possible.
 
Alphabet Rockers Grammy-nominated Alphabet Rockers make music that makes change. Their hip hop concerts (assemblies) and workshops engage communities in conversations about diversity, skin color, gender identity and social justice. Founded in 2007, the preeminent group, led by Kaitlin McGaw and Tommy Shepherd, creates brave spaces for parents, educators and children to shape a more equitable world through hip hop.

 
San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus’ RHYTHM (Reaching Hearts of Youth Through Hope and Music) program presents choral performances by their 18-30 member ensembles that reflects diverse voices and faces. Each performance includes choral singing, sharing of anecdotes from ensemble members with the audience, and a Q&A opportunity.  Relying heavily on the “It Gets Better” national campaign, RHYTHM unites allies in solidarity against the pervasive climate of bullying and teen violence.

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