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The Western Reserve Chorale

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New Singers Welcome!

Rehearsals

Tuesdays

7:15-9:30 p.m.

Sept. - May

Church of the Gesu

2470 Miramar Blvd,

University Hts.

 

 

 

26th Season 2017-18

 

 


Western Reserve Chorale

Artistic Director: David Gilson

Executive Director and Accompanist: Joanne Poderis

 

Weekly rehearsals for the March 18th concert start on Tuesday January 5 at 7:15 p.m.
at

Church of the Gesu,

2470 Miramar Boulevard, University Heights, OH 44118


 

THE WESTERN RESERVE CHORALE (WRC) is in its twenty-sixth season as a non-profit group of amateur and professional singers.  Our aim is to provide free high-quality performances of choral music for the enjoyment of residents of Greater Cleveland.   WRC typically presents three choral concerts each year.   in the last three seasons, the 2nd and 3rd concerts were presented twice, in different locations, in efforts to widen our audience.   We also continue our community service through concerts at local retirement homes, which in this year were Judson Park and the McGregor Home in Cleveland Heights.

 

Next Concert

 

Sunday March 18, 2018, 3:30 p.m.

 

at Church of the Gesu,

2470 Miramar Boulevard, University Heights

 

Mass = WRC2

 

Rutter: "Mass of the Children"

Schubert: Mass in G

 

Soloists: Marian Vogel (soprano), JR Fralick (tenor),

Matthew Brennan (baritone)

 

and

 

Beaumont School Voices of Harmony

Dr. Lisa Litteral (Director)

 

 

 

See full 2017-18 Season Program 

 


 

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Western Reserve Chorale in Performance

 

Western Reserve Chorale at March 20, 2015 performance of Jenkins' "The Peacemakers" at Cedar Hill Baptist Church, Cleveland Heights, with the support of Cuyahoga Arts and Culture and the AHS Foundation:

 

 

March 16, 2014 performance of Mozart's Requiem Mass at Waetjen Auditorium, Cleveland State University in collaboration with the Nathaniel Dett Choir of Cleveland School of the Arts and with the support of Cuyahoga Arts and Culture, the AHS Foundation and The Harry R. Fox and Emma R. Fox Charitable Foundation: