Look back at WVC's Fall 2014 Season
Rejoice and relive the excitement from our Fall 2014 Season:
James F. Cotter, Times Herald-Record: "It was a jubilant celebration
with strong, vibrant voices and bold instrumental accompaniment."
Click here to view and download the flier for these concerts.
Order of the music program for the December concerts:
Christmas Cantata - K. Lee Scott
Rejoice! - Gwyneth Walker
We Need A Little Christmas - Jerry Herman
The Little Drummer Boy - arr. by Harry Simeone
Various Themes on "Fa-la-la" - Chuck Bridwell
White Christmas - Irving Berlin
Lullaby - John Ness Beck
Angels We Have Heard on High - arr. by Lloyd Larson
O Come, All Ye Faithful - arr. by R. C. Clatterbuck
Hallelujah Chorus - G. F. Handel
Christmas Prayer (Encore) - Deborah Govenor
WVC with the brass ensemble, Dec. 2014 photo by Ed Bailey
Click here to view or download the WVC press release announcing our Christmas concerts in December.
The WVC members participated in several "extracurricular" activities this season including community caroling "gigs" and the West Point Messiah:
Nov. 23 - Caroling down Warwick's Main Street as part of the annual "Home for the Holidays".
Dec. 7 - Handel's Messiah, Part I plus Hallelujah Chorus, at the West Point Cadet Chapel - good show WVCers - 18 of us in this concert.
Dec. 13 - Caroling in Sugar Loaf.
Dec. 16 - WVC's 1st annual ceili at the Landmark Inn.
Dec. 18 - Caroling at Parkinson's disease support group holiday party at Warwick's American Legion Hall.
Dec. 30 - Visited Mt. Alverno and Schervier Pavilion in Warwick and shared some holiday cheer with the residents.
Bringing Christmas cheer to the community at Warwick's Mt. Alverno Center.
Photos courtesy of the Warwick Advertiser.
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.
On Sunday, November 23rd - WVCers went caroling on Main St. in Warwick as part of the community's "Home for the Holidays"
Photo by Ed Bailey