Over 50 Singers Perform at the Capitol!

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Over 50 Singers Perform at the Capitol!

May 17, 2023

Over 50 Singers Perform at the Capitol!

Windsor, ON – Over 50 singers from the Windsor Symphony Orchestra Chorus will present the season finale performance Living Music on Thursday May 25th.

The program for this concert includes A Red, Red, Rose, Quartel’s Carry the Music, Dan Forrest’s Requiem for the Living and the Finale from the Gondoliers by Gilbert and Sullivan, and other delights. Revel in the glorious sound of the choral ensemble and Michael Oddy, collaborative pianist.

Due to unforeseen circumstances, Chorus Master Dr. Bruce J. G. Kotowich is unable to conduct the performance on May 25th. Bruce Kotowich says, “The show must go on and we are very pleased to have Robert Franz conduct the concert.”

Windsor Symphony Orchestra Chorus: Living Music

Thursday May 25, 2023
7:30 – 9:00pm
The Capitol Theatre

About the Windsor Symphony Orchestra Chorus

The Windsor Symphony Orchestra Chorus (WSOC) is an auditioned volunteer choral ensemble of approximately 65 members, under the direction of Dr. Bruce J. G. Kotowich, chorusmaster, whose repertoire covers many of the masterpieces of choral/orchestral music. The chorus performs three to four times a year with the Windsor Symphony Orchestra (WSO) in everything from Holiday Pops to Classics and Baroque concerts. The Chorus has also presented extra concerts independently from the WSO, including Mozart’s Requiem, Ola Gjeilo’s Sunrise Mass, and Alexander’s Feast.

In 1988 the WSOC was formed, bringing together singers from Windsor and Essex County. Past directors have included Richard Householder, Katherine Fitzgibbons, Ronald Bemrich, Timothy Shantz, Jeffrey Walker, and Joel Tranquilla. Singers come together on a weekly basis to rehearse and perform the great choral/orchestral works of the past and present.

For additional information contact:

Susan McKee, WSO Chorus Member

Monica Bunde, WSO Manager, Marketing, Communications and Sales

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