Look back at Fall 2010
A post-concert message from Singing Susy (December 14):
" Hi, Everyone!
Congratulations to all of you on a fantastic performance on Sunday night! What a show and what a wonderful audience - Standing Room Only!! I am so proud of all of you for everything that you've accomplished this season. Though we may have tried Stanley's patience once or twice (?!?), we really did shine at our concerts and all of our hard work truly showed! And, besides making wonderful music, we had a lot of fun - what could be better than that?!?
Thank you all, for your music and singing, for your dedication to WVC, and most of all, for your love and friendship. You are a wonderful group of people and it is truly my privilege and pleasure to work with all of you! Wishing you and your families a Blessed, Merry Christmas, a Happy Holiday Season, and much love, peace, and joy in the New Year! Can't wait to see you again in January!! "
"As I rest today in the afterglow of last night's magnificent performance I am attempting to form words of deepest appreciation and they just don't come. However the feeling and knowledge of having created and conveyed the sense of unity and harmony through music with us and to others is incomparable. It is a rare and unique treasure that I am so thankful for. So, thank all of you for this achievement as well as the very thoughtful goodies and the opportunity to attend a performace at the Westchester Dinner Theater. Bless all of you and may you thoroughly enjoy the holidays until we meet our good friend Wolfgang Amadeus in January.
A message from Stanley Curtis (December 13):
The review by James F. Cotter of the Times Herald-Record of the WVC concert in Monroe on December 3rd: http://www.recordonline.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20101207/ENTERTAIN/12070303
Press release photo by Ed Bailey
WVC in performance of "The Wonder of Christmas" photo by Heidi Mauler
Some photos from rehearsals for "The Wonder of Christmas":
Also the WVC appeared at:
Home for the Holidays Caroling in Warwick: Sunday, November 21.
Sugar Loaf Christmas Festival: Saturday, December 11.
52nd Annual Performance of Handel's Messiah at the West Point Cadet Chapel: December 5, 2010.