Celebrating 32 years of
Community Choral Singing
The 2023-24 Season will feature three live concerts.
A Classy Brassy Christmas
Sunday, December 3rd, 3:30 pm
Church of the Saviour, Cleveland Heights
Holiday concert featuring Pinkham's Christmas Cantata,
Rutter's Gloria, and other seasonal favorites.
With Brass accompaniment.
Sunday, March 10th
Second performace TBA
Brahms' Ein Deutches Requiem
Sunday, June 2nd
From Sea to Shining Sea: American choral music
Concerts will be streamed live.
After six seasons at Church of the Gesu, it was time to find a new home. WRC will be rehearsing and performing some concerts at Church of the Saviour,
2537 Lee Rd, Cleveland Heights. We are excited for this new relationship and opportunities to come.
For over 30 years, the Western Reserve Chorale (WRC) has carried out its mission to enhance the quality of life for Greater Cleveland residents by providing free, high quality choral music performances.
With over 100 singers from across Northeast Ohio, comprising various musical backgrounds, the WRC focuses on traditional choral standards and works for chorus and orchestra. The WRC’s repertoire encompasses many periods and styles, from classical to modern, and includes newly commissioned compositions. Some highlights from WRC’s recent performances are works by Haydn, Beethoven, Schubert, Mozart, Dan Forrest, Karl Jenkins, Ola Gielo, and John Rutter.
The operation of the Chorale is overseen by the WRC Board, elected from the membership. Funding for the group comes from advertising, grants, donations, and member support. Annual member dues are set each year by the board, and are requested from each member at the beginning of the season. In the last few years we have obtained matching project grants from Cuyahoga Arts and Culture, the Ohio Arts Council, and foundations including the AHS Foundation.
Western Reserve Chorale is a designated 501(c)(3), non-profit organization.
Please support us with your tax-deductible donation.