Welcome to the West Village Chorale

Up Next: Strings Attached

The West Village Chorale closes out our 2023-2024 Season on Sunday, June 2nd at 5:00pm at Judson Memorial Church with our spring concert, Strings Attached, a program featuring music by living composers for chorus, piano, and string quartet!

The program includes Jake Runestad’s uplifting The Hope of Loving, Alex Berko’s Sacred Place, a stirring anthem to natural beauty, and David Lang’s powerful and pointed the national anthems, as well as Caroline Shaw’s instrumental miniature Entr’acte.

We are also thrilled to present the world premiere of WVC Artistic Director Colin Britt’s So Also We Sing, originally composed for the Maine bicentennial in 2020.

Advance tickets ($30 general/$15 student with ID) are available online now!

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🍷Thanks for Attending “Viva Vino”!🍷

A toast to everyone who made our recent “Viva Vino” fundraiser such a scintillating success!

Our fabulous singers—Sopranos Sarah Blaze and Melissa Cintron, tenor John Bellemer and bass-baritone Justin Beck—once again wowed our guests with amazing performances, accompanied by pianists Elena Belli and Henco Espag.

And our sommelier (and WVC tenor!) James Dantas, DipWSET, of Northside Discount Liquors & Wines curated and guided us through a wonderful flight of wines paired to the evening’s musical selections.

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2019MozartSummerSingComing Soon…Summer Sings!

We don’t have the “Summer Sing” equivalent of the Mariah Carey defrosting meme, but as sure as Christmas is coming…Summer Sings will be here first!

We are still putting together the schedule, but you can mark your calendars for Mondays in July and August when we will have a different conductor each week, leading singers in choral classics (and perhaps even some new pieces).

See the full schedule of 2024 Summer Sings!