Westchester Choral Society Continues To Sing

Due to the ongoing pandemic, Westchester Choral Society continues virtual rehearsals through mid-December under the expert guidance of the esteemed Music Director Frank Nemhauser and Associate Music Director David Baranowski.

The chorus continues to rehearse Brahms’ melodious Neue Liebeslieder Waltzes. 

Rehearsals are held every Tuesday from 7:00 P.M. to 9:30 P.M. The last Tuesday of the month is reserved for guest speakers, followed by a lesson in musicianship. Members are learning the correct pronunciation of the German text and the proper rhythm, and are also given some time to socialize.

Since its inaugural season in 1942, the Westchester Choral Society is the longest continuously performing chorus in Westchester County. Its mission is to enrich the cultural life of Westchester and beyond by bringing beautiful and inspiring music to its  audiences. WCS hopes that this will soon again be possible.

For additional information on the chorus please visit www.westchesterchoralsociety.org

WCS is a nonprofit 501 ©(3 )organization.

About Westchester Choral Society

The award-winning Westchester Choral Society was founded by Sarah Stewart Bowne in 1942 to perform Bach’s B minor Mass with 15 singers. Today we are 55 singers performing works from Baroque to contemporary, presenting three concerts per season as well as Summer Sings and other musical events. Smaller ensembles are available for private and community performances. We welcome singers in all voice ranges to join us at a rehearsal before auditioning. We rehearse Tuesday evenings at the Music Conservatory of Westchester in White Plains (handicapped accessible; free parking available; near public transportation). To arrange a trial membership, contact WCS President Numa Rousseve at 914-285-9026. The Westchester Choral Society is a proud member of Chorus America, the Vocal Area Network, and ArtsWestchester, which honored us in 2000 with its Arts Organization Award.