The NV Chorale performs “We Remember Them,” fall concert of 2017 held at St. Mark’s Lutheran Church in Springfield, Virginia.
Chorale Photography by Dean Beasom

 

The Northern Virginia Chorale’s
2021-2022 Performing Season

 

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“Music shared doubles the joy
in our hearts.”

Artistic Director, Bob Webb, conducts the Northern Virginia Chorale at St. Mark’s Lutheran Church

 

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Our Mission:

 

Founded in 1975, the Northern Virginia Chorale is a 70-voice choral singing group based in Springfield, Virginia, under the artistic directorship of Robert S. Webb Jr.  We perform three yearly concerts that showcase a wide variety of high quality choral music, composers, and musical genres during our performing seasons.  The Chorale is frequently accompanied by guest solo artists and orchestra, and  performs on special occasions with other distinguished area choral groups at prestigious local venues.  We also work through our Outreach program to bring choral music to area nursing homes in our Northern Virginia community.

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 Concert Season.  All of our performances will be announced on our Season Schedule page.

 

~ Announcing Our 46th Season  ~

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Thank you for attending:

“The Very Best Time of Year”

Our Holiday Concert held on Saturday December 11th, 2021.
The Chorale wishes you a very Happy Holiday Season and New Year!

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Download below:

“Very Best Time of Year” Holiday Concert Flyer

Greetings!


We are delighted to be singing together again and are looking forward to our 2021-22 Concert Season in which
the Chorale will
perform three concerts: “The Very Best Time of Year,” our Holiday concert on December 11, 2021;
a Masterworks Concert on March 19, 2022 featuring the Fauré Requiem; and our rescheduled,
“American Landscapes” concert, to be held on May 21, 2022. 

All of our concerts this year will take place at St. Mark’s Lutheran Church, at 3:00 pm.  Tickets are available at the door, and online, via our Box Office page.  Our concert information can be found on our Season Schedule page. 

We encourage
you to browse other sections of our website.  In addition to the audio selections featured at the
bottom of this page, we have a photo gallery of our concert tour of Italy;  a gallery of one of our recent
Spring concerts
,
as well as audio samples from many of
our past concerts available for listening,
under our
Sounds of the Chorale section.

 

You may download the Letter from our Artistic Director, from the link directly below

 

 

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Letter from our Artistic Director
Season 2021-2022



Learn more about the Northern Virginia Chorale:

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Sounds of the Chorale:

Please enjoy the audio samples below from some of our past holiday concerts.
And, visit our Audio listening page, to hear more of our music!


Christmas Gloria
Composer: Lloyd Larson
Performed at:
The Gloria! NVC Holiday Concert of 2019



Recitatives and Gloria 
from Handel’s 
“Messiah”

Soloist Tanya Hoffman, soprano


“Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow!”

by Cahn/Styne/Beck
Performed at:
The Gloria! NVC Holiday Concert of 2019


“Messiah: The Hallelujah Chorus

G.F. Handel



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Partners in the Arts:

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The Northern Virginia Chorale is supported in part by a generous grant from ARTSFAIRFAX of Northern Virginia.

Visit the ARTSFAIRFAX website
and the
ARTSFAIRFAX Events Calendar

 

 

 

 

 

Ways to Support the
Northern Virginia Chorale:

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Visit our Partners in the Arts page, to learn how you can attend our concerts;
join and participate as a singing member; and learn more about ways
to donate to The Northern Virginia Chorale!

 

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 The Northern Virginia Chorale is a proud member of  Chorus America

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Our performances take place at:


St. Mark’s Lutheran Church
5800 Backlick Road
Springfield, VA 22150

Visit our Contact Us page for more information.

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