Join the West Virginia Symphony Chorus for an exciting season of performances, with choral-orchestral favorites, some important composer anniversary celebrations, and selections that may be new to listeners and singers alike.
On November 4, Maestro David Castleberry will lead the chorus, along with members of the WVSO, in what has become a standing-room-only event, when they present Handel’s Messiah at Christ Church United Methodist in Charleston. On December 8, the chorus will join Guest Conductor Michelle Merrill to welcome in the holidays with an abundance of choral selections in Sounds of the Season.
In the spring, Maestro Larry Loh will lead the WVSO and Chorus in a March 23, 2019, performance of Beethoven’s monumental Symphony No. 9. In April 2019, the chorus will wrap up its season with a centennial celebration of the music of Leonard Bernstein, born in 1918, and a bicentennial tribute to Walt Whitman, whose poetry has been an inspiration to countless composers, performers, and audiences. This concert of Americana will provide an exciting wrap up to choral season!
Whether you thrill to choral masterpieces as a singer or are a concert-lover who appreciates quality music, please make the West Virginia Symphony Orchestra Chorus part of your season. Tickets to all events are available through the WVSO office by calling 304.957.WVSO (9876) or visit us online at www.wvsymphony.org.