Season 2015 – 2016

 How Can I Keep From Singing

WCU With_Friends
Saturday, October 17, 2015
7:30PM
 
St. William Parish
440 N. Moreland Blvd., Waukesha
 

Waukesha Choral Union joins in voice with the Childrens Chorus of Waukesha  &  the Muskego High School Chorale to open the concert Season! Come listen to Waukesha’s premier choral group  interpret Mozart’s beautiful Missa brevis in G,  the uplifting Bright Side of Life from theatre’s Spamalot.  and We’re Goin’ Around from Scott Joplin’s  opera Treemonisha, first staged in 1975.    Be transformed by the pure sounds  and joyful enthusiasm of the youth choirs.  Return home following the Gwyneth Walker version of our season’s theme How Can I Keep From Singing?,  performed in full ensemble. It will motivate you to audition! Grunge Vector Musical Notes Background For Design Use

 WCU SongsoftheSeason  
Sunday, December 6, 2015
St. Luke’s Lutheran Church
300 Carroll Street
Waukesha
 
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Friday, December 11, 2015
St. Catherine of Alexandria Parish
W359 N8512 Brown Street,  Oconomowoc
 

The best-loved concert of every WCU  Season!   Holiday  inspiration and delights await your ears with traditional melodies, time-honored hymns and more! Grunge Vector Musical Notes Background For Design Use

 WCU Messiah

Handel’s Messiah 

A GIFT TO THE COMMUNITY  ~
 

The Fred and JoAnn Portz Community Concert….  An opportunity for community singers to join us on stage.

 Sunday, April 3, 2016   
Shattuck Auditorium    
Carroll University, Waukesha     

In 1741, George Frederic Handel gave the world a work of artistry that remains one of the best-known and most frequently performed choral works in Western music. This free performance is made possible by the generosity of the Fred and JoAnn Portz Foundation. They were  longtime members and supporters of Waukesha Choral Union.Grunge Vector Musical Notes Background For Design Use

 WCU Spring Classics  
Saturday, May 7, 2016
Humphrey Memorial Chapel & Arts Center
Carroll University,Waukesha
 

What a great way to finish the Choral Union’s 42nd Season!  Faure’s Requiem, and a selection of traditional folk songs from the Americas, performed in the acoustical wonder of the Humphrey Memorial Chapel and Arts Center.  A fitting end to the 2015-16 WCU Season!

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