Concerts

West Village Chorale 2021-22 Season

Celebrating our 50th Year ~ 51 is the new 50!

Holiday Concert 2018


 

2021 Holiday Concert—Holiday Pops

Sunday, December 12, 2021 at 5:00 PM

Judson Memorial Church
55 Washington Square South (at Thompson Street) (View Map)

In Advance: $25 General/$15 Student
At the Door: $30 General/$20 Student

Buy Tickets Online – don’t wait!  Due to COVID protocols, we are limiting our audience size.

Join us as we bring the music of the holiday season—live choral music!!—back to our beloved home at Judson Memorial Church!

Offering a variety of beloved traditional returning favorites, holiday classics, and gorgeous contemporary settings of traditional texts, our holiday concert features our friends the Calliope Brass quintet, with sing-along carols on classics including “White Christmas” and “Jingle Bells.”

Come celebrate the holidays with us!

And now, the fine print: The West Village Chorale takes the health and safety of its members and audience very seriously. Events will follow current NYC regulations and CDC guidelines. All participants must show proof of COVID vaccination and valid ID to attend and must remain masked while inside Judson. There will be no exceptions and non-compliant attendees will be turned away.


2022 Winter Concert
50th Anniversary Gala: “A Jubilant Song”

Sunday, March 13, 2022

Our winter concert rings in our golden anniversary, with a program featuring works by Johannes Brahms, Colin Britt, Norman Dello Joio, Rollo Dilworth, Gabriel Fauré, Elaine Hagenberg, and Dale Trumbore, and some new pieces written for the occasion!

As part of our celebration we’re pleased to welcome back the WVC’s former conductors Gwen Gould, Andrew Megill, Michael Conley, and Malcolm J. Merriweather.   And as always, our beloved pianist Elena Belli will dazzle at the keys.


2022 Spring Concert
Rachmaninoff’s All-Night Vigil

Sunday, May 22, 2022

This spring’s concert features our presentation of Sergei Rachmaninoff’s All-Night Vigil, a work that is widely acknowledged to be one of the most stunning works in choral music.

Composed and premiered in 1915, Rachmaninoff‘s choral masterpiece includes settings of traditional liturgical chants of the Russian Orthodox church, as well as original music of unforgettable beauty.

After a long, strange (nearly) two-year odyssey through distancing, lockdown, distancing, and diaspora, we’re thrilled to finally bring this masterpiece to the magnificent acoustic of our home at Judson Memorial Church.  Rachmaninoff’s choral magnum opus—alternately powerful and gentle, mysterious and exultant, is a testament to the power of choral music.