Welcome to the West Village Chorale

Welcome, Colin!

The Board of Directors and Singers of the West Village Chorale are thrilled to announce the appointment of Dr. Colin Britt as Artistic Director and Conductor, beginning with the 2016-17 season.

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Oktoberfest Comes to Judson!

oktoberfest-all-whitebackground-webAn Evening of Music and Beer Tastings to Benefit the WVC

Wednesday, October 26th at 6:30PM – $50 General Admission

Prost!  Join the West Village Chorale as we host our very first Oktoberfest on Wednesday, October 26.  This “Teutonic Tickler” will feature beers, brats and other bites, along with NYC’s finest vocal artists singing all manner of Germanic gems.  And of course, the WVC, under our new Artistic Director Colin Britt, will also perform and lead the Brauhaus (sp) in festive drinking songs.

We hope you’ll follow die Lieder and show your support for the WVC.  Danke schön!

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Announcing our 2016-17 Season

We are very excited to start our upcoming season with Colin at the podium.   Mark your calendars for a season of wonderful concerts!

 

“Christmas in the Old and New Worlds
Sunday , December 11, 2016

Our inaugural concert with our new Artistic Director Colin Britt features a variety of carols from around the world, including Mendelssohn’s oratorio Christus, selections from Britten’s A Ceremony of Carols, and a variety of new pieces and traditional holiday favorites to sing along.

 

“Seeing Double:  Music for Double Choir”
Sunday, March 5, 2017

Centered on the performance of Frank Martin’s luminous “Mass for Double Choir A Cappella,” this concert continues our exploration of our acoustically beautiful home at Judson Memorial Church.  Also featured are  pieces by  Bach, Mendelssohn, and our own Colin Britt.

 

“American Voices”
Sunday, May 21, 2017

The West Village Chorale is perhaps most at home performing the music of American composers, and this program offers a diverse palette —from early American music and traditional spirituals to works by Copland, Bernstein, Thompson and Whitacre.