Virtual Concerts

Lest We Forget: Remembrance Day Virtual Concert

November 6th, 2020

The Windsor Classic Chorale has a tradition of presenting a concert every November to honour the sacrifices made by our Canadian soldiers in war. Although we will not be able to have our audience hear us in person, we still want to continue this tradition.

Repertoire

  • The Last Post, CPL Matthew Creek
  • Everyone Sang, Siegfried Sassoon
  • Armistice 1918, Craig Carnahan
  • Fragment of a Familiar Ruin, Thomas King
  • Requiem, arr. Craig Hella Johnson
  • Dulce et Decorum est, Wilfred Owen
  • In Remembrance, Eleanor Dayley
  • Bleuet, Guilliame Appolinaire
  • After the War, arr. Mark Sirett
  • Flowers of the Forest, unknown

Featured Artists

  • Music Director, Bruce Kotowich
  • Collaborative Pianist, Monique Simone
  • Trumpet, Austin DiPietro
  • Bagpipes, Ryan Burchiel
  • Speakers,
    • Mayor Drew Dilkens
    • Melinda Munro
    • Jake Flynn
    • Towela Magai Okwudire
  • Audio & Video Design and Editing, Trevor Pittman

Choristers

Soprano
  • Jenny Brown
  • Neesha Dunkley
  • Laura Lavoy
  • Elspeth Maynard
  • Ryoko Onuki
  • Mary Jeanne Peters
  • Jan Radford
  • Debbie Ridpath
  • Danielle Sirek
Alto
  • Nancy Corbett
  • Vicki Frederick
  • Donna Hayes
  • Emily Hayes
  • Lisa Lajoie
  • Pia Lampitoc
  • Eileen MacDonald
  • Melinda Munro
  • Jennifer Swanson
Tenor
  • Tony Gartshore
  • Tim Hebert
  • Richard Householder
  • Peter McBean
  • Joseph Nguyen
  • Meg Parry-Jamieson
  • Michael Roy
Bass
  • Andy Bothamley
  • David Carle
  • Jake Flynn
  • Steven Huber
  • Chris Knack
  • Jerry Neufeldt
  • Robert Voelker

Awakening: Spring 2021 Virtual Concert

May 8th, 2021

This video will not be available until May 8th, 2021.

The program for the Windsor Classic Chorale’s spring concert will serve as a reflection of this period of challenge and growth – for the WCC and its community. The program will specifically address life in the period of the pandemic through a combination of timeless choral works