The Windsor Classic Chorale believes in honouring the tradition of choral music by singing it well, contributing to its growth and promoting it in our community. From all walks of life, many having grown up here, and some of us coming from far away places. What brings us together is our love for choral music and the belief that it expresses the deepest parts of our humanity. Furthermore, we believe in using music to connect with each other and with our community.
The Windsor Classic Chorale has a tradition of presenting a concert every November to honour the lives lost during the Second World War so that we might live in freedom today. This year, the WCC will be presenting James Whitbourn’s emotional chamber piece inspired by Anne Frank, Annelies. There will be a reception immediately following the concert.
At this time, masks are optional. The Windsor Symphony Orchestra will continue its ongoing commitment to keeping its patrons, musicians, and staff safe. While masks are no longer required, for the safety of everyone attending WSO performances, it is strongly encouraged that you wear a mask. Seating will be available in all levels of the theatre. There are no capacity limitations or social distancing requirement at this time.
To make a donation for this event, please refer to the WCC’s CanadaHelps page https://www.canadahelps.org/en/dn/15705 and select “Annelies” as the fund. We thank you in advance for your generosity and support.
We are eager to connect with you, our community, in new and interesting ways to help make this year’s season the best one yet, because together we can have one voice.