Seasons Greetings from the West Valley Chorale Virtual Choir
Enjoy our gift to you “Hark, the Herald Angels Sing.”
The West Valley Chorale is pleased to present its first Virtual Choir recording “I Cannot Count the Stars.” We hope to have two more recordings done in December. Click on the link below to view the recording.
Important Message from the West Valley Chorale President
The Covid-19 pandemic has caused great concern for the safety of our choir members who practice in close quarters. Many of us are also in the higher risk age category. Even wearing masks does not completely protect us from infection. Moreover, social distancing is difficult to combine with effective practicing and performing for a group of 70 people.
To minimize the risk of exposure to our singers, the board of the West Valley Chorale has come to the difficult decision to cancel the fall activities of the West Valley Chorale and the West Valley Singers.
This decision causes disappointment, not only for our choir members, but also for those who support us and who join us at our performances. We appreciate all the ongoing support. I cannot overstate how much we appreciate your commitment to the success of our chorale.
We hope to reconvene in January, and that we will be able to sing and perform in the New Year.
Iris Johnson, President
Young Singers Vocal Competition
We held our Young Singers Vocal Competition shortly before we had to suspend our season. We’ll soon post the results of the competition.
A shout out to all who attended our “Oh Lux – Light in the Darkness” holiday concerts. Our audiences were large and enthusiastic. A special thanks to season sponsor Sanderson Lincoln for their generous financial support.
Thank you, Sanderson Lincoln at 2121 W. Bell Road in Phoenix for your 2019-2020 Season Sponsorship. Sanderson Lincoln has a long history of corporate and community responsibility and involvement. We thank them for their contribution to the arts in the West Valley.
“So long as the human spirit thrives on this planet, music in some living form will accompany and sustain it.”
Aaron Copland – Music as an Aspect of the Human Spirit (1954).
Thanks for Your Support
Concert ticket sales provide less than half of our annual revenue. We depend on the generosity of our audience and supporters to continue to provide high quality choral concerts in the West Valley. Your donation helps make this happen. Click on the link below to make a donation to The West Valley Chorale.