THE WARWICK VALLEY CHORALE
ORANGE COUNTY'S LONGEST-RUNNING AND
MOST DISTINGUISHED COMMUNITY CHORUS
Photo by Ed Bailey
Members of the Warwick Valley Chorale caroling down Main Street
on Sunday, Nov 22, at Warwick's Home for the Holidays.
Photo by Roger Gavan, Warwick Advertiser Click here for maps and directions to the venues for these concerts. The program includes the world premier of a new composition by our favorite composer, Gwyneth Walker.
Join the Warwick Valley Chorale for its 75th year.
The chorale, which is a volunteer organization of more than 75 voices, has sung at locations around Orange County
as well as Carnegie Hall and Avery Fisher Hall at Lincoln Center many times.
The Warwick Valley Chorale always welcomes new members!
No auditions required.
If you are interested in joining us and would like to share our love of music and singing
please send an email to our president, Zoey Savale: firstname.lastname@example.org
Support choral singing in Orange County by becoming a sponsor of the Warwick Valley Chorale.
Click here to see highlights from WVC's recent seasons: in Orange County, New York City and the world.
In 2014, members of the WVC participated in several community events including Warwick's Home for the Holidays (Nov. 23) - Home for the Holidays), Sugar Loaf's welcome to Santa (Dec. 13) as well as the participating in a performance of Handel's Messiah in the West Point Cadet Chapel on Dec. 7.
WVC carolers with Santa, horse-drawn wagon and the "rain-dog" in Sugar Loaf on December 13th.
Click here for the article in the Warwick Advertiser that has some great photos by Ed Bailey.
WVC at Warwick's Home for the Holidays, Nov. 23, 2014. Photo by Ed Bailey Photo by Roger Gavan, courtesy of the Warwick Advertiser Click here to see Roger Gavan's article about last year's Home for the Holidays in the Warwick Advertiser.
Bringing Christmas cheer to the community at Warwick's Mt. Alverno Center.
Photos courtesy of the Warwick Advertiser.
The WVC participated in the dedication of the U.S. Civil War Plaque
at the Warwick Town Hall building, August 9, 2014.
Click here for the article in the Warwick Advertiser about the plaque dedication.