Start spreading the news… our Fall 2021 “Virtual” Open House will be Tuesday, October 5th at 6:45 PM! If you are interested in joining or would like the Zoom link please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Virtual Choir Projects
Our Artistic Director, Susan McCreary Duprey’s interview with Dr. Alec Schumacker for American Choral Directors Association
Episode Two Of Our New Podcast, Nānā I Ke Kumu:
Sponsored by the National ACDA office and our state chapter, we are pleased to announce the release of the next episode of our podcast, Nānā I Ke Kumu: Honoring Hawaiʻiʻs Choral Legacy. In our second episode, Alec Schumacker, Director of Choral Activities at Hawaiʻi Pacific University, interviews the jubilant Susan McCreary Duprey. We talk about her holistic approach to choral music, the value of pursuing joy, and how to transfer this joy to our music-making.
Click HERE to enjoy our recording of John Starr Alexander’s Requiem from our 10th Annual Spring Concert!
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Thank you for supporting our mission to bring choral music to the community. If you would like to make a donation please click the button below. To indicate how you would like to be recognized or if you want to donate in memory or in honor of someone you may do so in the "add note" section of the donation form.
Support WCS by shopping at Foodland
For the entire month of September, Maika'i members can make donations up to $249 at any Foodland or Sack n Save location to their favorite participating Hawaii non-profit organization at checkout. Foodland's Give Aloha Foundation will match a portion of every dollar given to the charity of your choice.
At checkout, present your Maika'i card (or your phone number) and inform the cashier that you would like to make a donation to Windward Choral Society, organization code # 78607.
Give Aloha donations are tax-deductible to the full extent of the law.
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We are proud to support…
Treble Tones ʻOhana – Oʻahu’s first chorus designed specifically for people with Parkinson’s, their care partners, and the community, under the direction of Daniel Heathcock. The choir is a program offered by the Hawaiʻi Parkinson’s Association and supported by the Windward Choral Society.