A Look Back at WVC's Spring 2019 Season

The Warwick Valley Chorale Returned to Carnegie Hall on June 10th

in a concert by MidAmerica Productions.

Click here for an article about the composer and conductor, Jim Taylor, of The Cambridge Songs.


The WVC is famous in Longview Texas - click here to see why!

Also click here to see a nice article on the origins of Prof. Taylor's composition.


Click here to download this flier.

The WVC at the end of a great performance.

Warwick Reformed Church, Sunday, May 19, 2019

Photo by Ed Bailey

WVC Spring 2019 Music Program

The Magnificat Giovanni Battista Pergolesi

Cambridge Songs Suite No. 2 music by Jim Taylor

Give My Regards to Broadway arr. by Carl Strommen

Who Could Ask for Anything More? (SSA) arr. by Jay Althouse

Leading Men (TTBB) arr. by Mac Huff

A Sentimental Journey Thru the 40’s arr. by Hawley Adds


Email from our President, Zoey Savale, May 20, 2019:

"Hello, singers -

Ah, LIVE music... It’s full of surprises. Part of the special thrill of a live performance is the “walking a tightwire” element. Almost anything can happen... and this season, some unusual things did!

And yet, both of our concerts were really great. Thanks to Stanley’s excellent planning and direction, Dennis’ smooth, skilled and very professional subbing, and Gail's ability to catch us when we stray, we had outstandingly strong leadership. Add to that your own individual hard work and cooperation, and it all worked together! Thank you! Zoey"

See the article in the Warwick Advertiser about the May 19 concert.

"This season’s repertoire, directed by Stanley Curtis and accompanied by Gail Johnson, literally represents 1,000 years of song. The Cambridge Songs Suite No. 2 was composed in 2018, using 11th century lyrics (whose original tunes have been lost) to create an exciting and gorgeous modern cantata. The Warwick Chorale will join the composer’s own choruses to sing the world premiere of this work at Carnegie Hall on June 10, 2019."

And the 1st prize winners are Marilyn Hayden and John Tracy as Vienna Aubert, donor of the quilt, congratulates them.

And congratulations to Diane Nicholson and Judy Dickinson for winning their raffle prizes as well!!!

1st Prize in WVC's Spring 2019 Raffle:

This brand new quilt sewn utilizing

1930's Reproduction Fabric in a traditional quilt pattern by Gloria Rangel (our resident quilter)