1. Macy’s The Singing Christmas Tree

2021 Macy’s Parade Chorus

2020 Macy’s Singing Christmas Tree From Home

2020 Macy’s Singing Christmas Tree From Home

Thanksgiving from NYC: Singing Christmas Tree Parade Choir conducted by Judith Clurman “The Holidays Are Here (A Holiday Carol),” new work by Judith Clurman and Wesley Whatley; arrangement by Ryan Nowlin. 

2019 Macy’s Parade Chorus

2020 Emmy Nomination for “Outstanding Original Song”:
A Holiday Carol – The Holidays Are Here”, 93rd Annual Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade

2018 Macy’s Parade Chorus

2017 Macy’s Parade Chorus

Music for “Together at Christmas” is available through Hal Leonard – HL 00256056.

“It’s always exciting to see the new balloons, floats, and parade entertainers each year. This year, Macy’s introduced its first-ever “Singing Christmas Tree,” comprised of over 100 Macy’s employees who performed an original Christmas song, “Together at Christmas,” to honor the moment. Their voices blended beautifully on the float that was presented by Delta Airlines and the song’s timeless message reminded us of the importance of being together with loved ones during the holiday season.”
– axs.com

“91st Edition of a Parade, and Always New” – NY Times, Nov. 24th, 2017


“I love to sing with Judy.”
– Big Bird

Judith served as Associate Music Director for season 39 of Sesame Street. Some of her Emmy nominated work can be found on these DVDs:

The Best of Elmo 2, starring Feist. (Sesame Street)
Being Green, starring Paul Rudd and the Muppets. (Sesame Street)
Sesame Street: Singing With the Stars, starring Feist and LL Cool J. (Sesame Street)
• Elmo and Friends: Letter Quest and Other Magical Tales, starring Neil Patrick Harris. (Amazon)

FEIST 1,2,3,4 and ELMO’S DUCKS

““I did the vocal arrangements and recorded these songs for Sesame Street, Season 39, when I was Associate Music Director of the show. ‘Elmo’s Ducks’ remains one of the most popular pieces ever recorded on Sesame Street. Feist’s ‘1,2,3,4’ has received millions of views online and was featured in The New York Times in 2019.”
– Judith Clurman