West Hartford Women's Chorale
Saturday, April 2---Festival of Women's Voices Collaborative 

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Festival of Women's Voices Collaborative Concert
Saturday, April 2 @ 4 pm
Conard High School; Beechwood Drive; West Hartford, CT
Glastonbury High School Treble Choir
Hall High School Voce di Coeli
Hartt School of Music Camerata
Simbury Treble Choir
West Hartford Women's Chorale

Free will offering to benefit The Bridge Family Center


In this third annual Festival of Women’s Voices, the West Hartford Women’s Chorale welcomes Gwnyeth Walker as our guest composer and performs some of her works with other local women’s choruses. Walker’s music is beloved by performers and audiences alike for its energy, beauty, reverence, drama, and humor. A graduate of Brown University and the Hartt School of Music, she holds B.A., M.M. and D.M.A. degrees in Music Composition. A former faculty member of the Oberlin College Conservatory, she resigned from academic employment in 1982 in order to pursue a career as a full-time composer. She now divides her time between her childhood hometown of New Canaan, Connecticut and the musical communities of Sarasota, Florida and Randolph, Vermont. 

 Following Dr. Walker’s workshop, all groups will perform in a concert open to the public. Your free will donation will benefit The Bridge Family Center of West Hartford. Based in West Hartford, Connecticut, the Bridge Family Center is a comprehensive, regional nonprofit agency that provides a broad range of services for children and families throughout the Greater Hartford area.

Founded in 1969, the Bridge offers a safe haven for children and families in crisis as well as positive, healthy intervention and prevention programs. 

The West Hartford Women's Chorale (WHWC) is a community women's chorus led by a professional music director. We perform challenging and diverse music in a broad range of innovative and entertaining styles.

The mission of WHWC is to enrich the cultural life of the community by singing a broad repertoire of vocal music.

The Chorale provides a supportive learning environment for female singers, regardless of prior musical experience. WHWC promotes music education by collaborating with both local student musicians and other musical groups, and by performing at community and charitable events.

Founded in 2004, the Chorale is a non-profit organization led by two
co-presidents and a board of directors.

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