WSO Chorus Shines on Stage with “Glimmers”

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WSO Chorus Shines on Stage with “Glimmers”

May 29, 2024

WSO Chorus Shines on Stage with Glimmers

WINDSOR, ON The Windsor Symphony Orchestra Chorus performs their season closing concert on Friday.

“The pieces selected for our spring concert invoke peace, joy, happiness, and a sense of well-being,” says chorus member, Pamela Cole. “In my world when music influences me, I call it a glimmer – the exact opposite of a trigger. Glimmers connect us directly with source energy.”

For this concert, Chorus Master Dr. Bruce J.G. Kotowich selected choral works celebrating life, giving praise and glimmers.

WSOC: Glimmers
Friday, May 31, 2024
The Capitol Theatre

Mamachimowin, by Andrew Balfour
O Clap Your Hands, by John Rutter
‘Cantique de Jean Racine’ by Gabriel Fauré
A German Requiem, Op 45: IV. Wie lieblich sind deine wohnungen, Johanes Brahms
Theresienmesse In B flat major, by Joseph Haydn
Across the Vast, Eternal Sky, Ola Gjeilo
Make Our Garden Grow, from Candide, by Leonard Bernstein
Act II Finale – Gondoliers, by W.S. Gilbert and Arthur Sullivan

About the WSO Chorus
The Windsor Symphony Orchestra Chorus 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 WSO, from Pops to Classics to Baroque concerts. The Chorus also presents concerts independently from the WSO, including Mozart’s Requiem, Ola Gjeilo’s Sunrise Mass, Handel’s My Heart is Indicting, Alexander’s Feast and more.

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Monica Bunde
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Windsor Symphony Orchestra