Home

THE WARWICK VALLEY CHORALE

ORANGE COUNTY'S LONGEST-RUNNING AND 

MOST DISTINGUISHED COMMUNITY CHORUS

Celebrating the Chorale's 74th year!

                                                                                                                                                                    Photo by Ed Bailey



The Warwick Valley Chorale is preparing for its May concerts.

The area’s longest-running community chorus continues with its 74th season. Conducted by Stanley Curtis, the chorale is preparing a program of wide musical contrasts ranging from the gently pastoral Frostiana by Randall Thompson to edgy, urbane medleys from Sweeney Todd and West Side Story.

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.

Spring 2015 Concert Series

    Friday, May 8th, 7:30 PM at Grace Episcopal Church, 58 North St., Middletown NY 10940

    Friday, May 15th, 7:30 PM at Goshen United Methodist Church, 110 Webster Ave., Goshen NY 10924

    Sunday, May 17, 4:00 PM at the Warwick Reformed Church, 16 Maple Ave, Warwick NY 10990. 


In addition, members of the WVC will join the Greater Newburgh Symphony Orchestra and other Orange County choruses for two performances of Beethoven's 9th Symphony (the Choral) on:

Saturday, April 18th, at 7:30 pm at the Newburgh Free Academy in Newburgh.  See the GNSO web site for more details about these concerts and for information on purchasing tickets. 

Sunday, April 19th, at 3:30 pm at the Sugar Loaf Performing Arts Center.    For tickets to the performance at the Sugar Loaf PAC: click here.


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: savazoo@optimum.net

Support choral singing in Orange County by becoming a sponsor of the Warwick Valley Chorale.




A recap of WVC's fall 2014 concerts and activities


James F. Cotter, Times Herald-Record: "It was a jubilant celebration
with strong, vibrant voices and bold instrumental accompaniment."

WVC with the brass ensemble, Dec. 2014                                                photo by Ed Bailey


************
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 this 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.
************


Click here to see highlights from WVC's recent seasons:
in Orange County, New York City and the world.