Winter Concert: “Crossing Over” with Sky-Pony!
Tickets are on sale now or our Winter Concert, “Crossing Over”—Sunday, March 10th at 5pm at Judson Memorial Church and Friday, March 22nd at 7:30pm at Grace Church Van Vorst, Jersey City.
We’re really excited about our collaboration with Brooklyn-based indie-pop band Sky-Pony, which fronted by singer/actress Lauren Worsham (Drama Desk Award winner and Tony Award nominee) and musician/writer Kyle Jarrow (Obie Award winner and Tony Award nominee). With favorite rock, pop and Broadway tunes arranged for choir, and Sky-Pony’s uniquely theatrical numbers backed by our choir of 65(!), it promises to be a fun concert!
Tickets for Sunday, March 10th at 5:00pm
Judson Memorial Church
55 Washington Square South (at Thompson), NYC
$25 General/$10 Student in advance ($30/$15 at the door)
Tickets for Friday, March 22nd at 7:30pm (doors open at 7:00pm)
Grace Church Van Vorst
39 Erie Street, Jersey City, NY
$15 General (discount applied at checkout)
$20 at the door
Our tremendously popular Viva Vino evening of wine, cheese and opera will be coming back to Judson for another pour on Friday evening, April 26th!
Tickets and more information to come!
Help the WVC “Rise Up”!
We’re excited to announce we’ve recently launched our first GoFundMe Campaign to fund a new set of risers for our performances. We’ve happily welcomed some wonderful new members to our ranks over the past several years…to the point that our current risers, lovingly handmade by a long-time member, are no longer sufficient to support us (literally!). Help us rise to the occasion by chipping in—no amount is too small and all donations are greatly appreciated.
Thank you for your continued support and generosity!
Thank you very much to everyone who came to our second annual Choral Boot Camp at Ripley Grier and made the afternoon such a success!
We are indebted, as always, to our instructor—our amazing Artistic Director, Colin Britt, lyric baritone and teacher Tim Krol, and our new friend, conductor, composer and educator Thomas Juneau. It was a great opportunity to learn some new techniques!