Welcome to the West Village Chorale

Winter is Coming…!

…and with it, our trio of December events!

Somehow, we’ve made it December (or will, shortly!)  Though 2020 has been anything but normal, we’re keeping our holiday traditions alive, adapted for our current collective reality.  Our annual Messiah Sing, Holiday Concert and West Village Caroling Walk will continue as (un)usual, with audience participation via Zoom!


Messiah Sing

Monday, December 7, 2020 at 7:30PM (EST)

Admission: $10

Register Now (via Eventbrite)

Our annual audience sing of this holiday classic—where you, the audience, are the choir—is a four-decade tradition and one of the most popular Sings in the city! For our virtual offering, we’ll provide the score and a conductor—our own Artistic Director Colin Britt, and for a special treat, we’ll have live soloists, joining us from all over the country (and Canada!)! Come join hundreds of other singers from all over and lend your voice on some of the work’s most popular choruses.

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2020 Holiday Concert

Sunday, December 13, 2020 at 5:00 PM (EST)

Admission: $20/$30 “Pod” pricing

Registration Link to be posted shortly

Our annual holiday concert (presented virtually) offers a variety of familiar carols, some “greatest hits” from our previous concerts, and some stunning new pieces, along with traditional carols for you to sing along with us from home!


West Village Caroling Walk

Saturday, December 19, 2020 at 3:00 PM (EST)

Admission: Free! (Donations gladly accepted)

Registration Link to be posted shortly

Take a virtual stroll with some of our members through the streets of our neighborhood, and join us in singing favorite carols of the season!

Thank you for Toasting with Us!oktoberfest2020

A heartfelt “danke” to everyone who joined us online for our first virtual Oktoberfest!

We are especially grateful to our wonderful performers—including bass Justin Beck, sopranos Sarah Blaze, Chelsea Friedlander, and Laura Green, and tenors Amine Hachem and Spencer Viator, and to our dear friend and sommelier Patrick Watson of Brooklyn’s Smith and Vine.

And of course, it wouldn’t be an Oktoberfest without Colin Britt at the piano, leading some drinking songs from the cyber-audience…a fun night was had by all!

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Ordering Online?  Support the WVC While You Shop

If you are shopping online at Amazon.com this spring/summer, you can support the WVC at the same time!

Through its AmazonSmile program, the online retailer allows you to chose a charity to support; 0.5% of the value of your eligible purchases will then be donated to the charitable organization of your choice.  We’ve been fortunate to have participated in this program for several years now, and the numbers add up!

To get started, instead of going to www.amazon.com, go to https://smile.amazon.com.  When you see “Select Charity,” look for the West Village Chorale Inc”!  From there, you can shop as you normally would, and know that a portion of your spending will help support the WVC!