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Just Two More Chances to get your Summer Sing On!

Time to hit the beach—and the Bach!

The 46th Season of West Village Chorale Summer Sings is underway! WVCSummerSing

Each Monday at Judson Memorial Church, through August 21st, join us to sing great choral works under the direction of some of New York’s finest conductors.

The West Village Chorale’s Summer Sings are a friendly, informal way to experience some choral masterpieces from the inside.  Each week features different pieces from the choral canon, from classics by Bach, Brahms and Mozart to 20th century favorites by Bernstein, Thompson, and Lauridsen.

For the price of admission ($15 general / $10 student with ID), we’ll lend you a score (or bring your own!) and provide light refreshments.

Tickets are available at the door.

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WVC Choral Bootcamp—Get in Shape for the new cWVC_CBChoral Season!

The West Village Chorale will be sponsoring its first-ever Choral Boot Camp on Saturday, October 7, 2017 from 11:00AM to 2:00PM.

Open to all of our friends in the choral community of NYC (and beyond!) this half-day intensive workshop offers an amazing opportunity to learn from some of New York’s finest professional singers and musicians.

Sessions will include sessions on maintaining vocal health, proper singing techniques, and sight reading.  The cost is $40 per person. Space is limited, so reserve now!  

Private voice lessons or vocal coaching in New York can cost well upwards of $100 per hour, so this is a real bargain to get some singing tips from the pros!

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Announcing our 2017-2018 Season!

WVC_Spring2016_ConcertWe’re super excited to start work on the music we have planned for this upcoming season–to traditional holiday favorites and “new classics” for our December “Christmas Carols Old and New” concert, to the deeply personal and moving works of Macmillan and Lauridsen through which we’ll explore themes of “Darkness and Light” in March, to new (and new to us!) “Contemporary Choral Gems,” in May, which features both water glasses and the premiere of a piece by our own Colin Britt.

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