"If arts have a place in our society, they must be a part of a community. To be an artist is not the privilege of a few, but the necessity of us all." ~ American Conductor, Robert Shaw
The Northern Virginia Chorale’s 2021-2022 Performing Season
“Music shared doubles the joy in our hearts.”
Artistic Director, Bob Webb, conducts the Northern Virginia Chorale at St. Mark’s Lutheran Church
Founded in 1975, the Northern Virginia Chorale, a 70-voice choral singing group based in Springfield, Virginia under the artistic directorship of Robert S. Webb Jr., performs three yearly concerts showcasing a wide variety of high quality choral music, composers, and musical genres. The Chorale is frequently accompanied by guest solo artists and orchestra. We perform on special occasions with other distinguished area choral groups at prestigious local venues, and also work with our Outreach program to bring choral music to area nursing homes.
The Northern Virginia Chorale strives to fulfill its mission to enrich the Northern Virginia Community with “the joy of choral music.” Please join us again for our upcoming 2021-22 Performing Season. All of our performances will be announced on our Season Schedule page.
A Message from the Northern Virginia Chorale:
We hope that this message finds you and your family doing well. We have missed our rehearsals and concerts canceled by the COVID virus, but we enthusiastically anticipate returning to our rehearsals in September 2021, and concerts beginning in December. We look forward to greeting you again in person at our concerts!
The Chorale generally performs three yearly concerts which may include guest solo artists and orchestral accompaniment. We are planning to perform three concerts again during this coming 2021-22 Concert Season: a Holiday Concert on December 11, 2021; a Masterworks Concert on March 19, 2022; and the rescheduled “American Landscapes” concert on May 21, 2022. For details please see the Season Schedule page.