A Look Back at WVC's Spring 2018 Season

Warwick Valley Chorale's fantastic Spring 2018 Season:

Carnegie Hall, Faure Requiem, John Rutter Songs, and Paris.

The May concerts, directed by Stanley Curtis and accompanied by Gail Johnson, presented Gabriel Fauré’s Requiem.

A special tribute to the music of renowned English composer and conductor John Rutter was also featured.

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Barbara Bedell of the Times Herald-Record has this to say about WVC's concerts.


Music Program for WVC's Spring 2018 Season

Requiem Gabriel Fauré

- Intermission -

O clap your hands Text: Psalm 47 1-7, Music by John Rutter

As The Bridegroom To His Chosen Text by J. Tauler (1300-61), Music by John Rutter

All Things Bright and Beautiful C. F. Alexander, arr. by John Rutter

The Lord is My Shepherd Text: Psalm 23, Music by John Rutter

Look at the World Text and Music by John Rutter

God be in my Head Text from the Sarum Primer (1574), Music by John Rutter

Look to the Day John Rutter

The Lord bless you and keep you Text: Numbers 6:24, Music by John Rutter


WVC's Triumphant Return - April 23rd, 2018!

Photo by Chris Hart

The WVC joined six other choruses in Carnegie Hall and performed Gabriel Fauré's Requiem

under the baton of David Gresham. See MidAmerica Productions.


Members of the WVC travelled to Paris in June 2018 and performed Fauré's Requiem as well as Gounod's Requiem

in the gorgeous La Madeleine, Gabriel Fauré's and Charles Gounod's home church.

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WVC events Summer 2018

On June 26th and July 31st, 2018, members of the Warwick Valley Chorale sang at several area nursing homes and retirement communities.

4 Rutter selections (that were performed in the May 2018 concerts):

  • All Things Bright and Beautiful

  • The Lord is my shepherd

  • Look at the World

  • The Lord bless you and keep you

And a sing-along with the residents of popular British tunes including:

  • God Save the Queen

  • Scarborough Fair

  • White Cliffs of Dover

  • I’m Henry VIII, I Am


Members of the WVC and accompanist, Gail Johnson, at The Promenade in Middletown, NY, on June 26, 2018.