Mr. Cotton's Hometown Tour

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Choristers in Young Men’s Ensemble traveled to Mr. Cotton’s hometown of Silver Creek, NY for a weekend tour that included performances at Chautauqua County Nursing home, Silver Creek Central School, First United Presbyterian Church, and St. Hyacinth. The tour also stopped to see the Cave of the Winds, took a ride on Maid of the Mist, and saw Niagara Falls State Park, the oldest state park in the country. CCW Associate Artistic Director Donald Cotton and Chorus Manager Joe Aubry chaperoned the trip.

The local paper covered the event: “Sheridan native to honor teachers with concert”

Paris to London

Concert Chorus performed admirably alongside Washington Master Chorale on their season finale, Paris to London Sunday, March 3 at The National Presbyterian Church. Choristers sang two French songs under the baton of CCW Artistic Director Margaret Nomura Clark, and in combined numbers with the Chorale under the direction of Thomas Colohan. Photos by Scott Clark

Treble Chorus brings holiday cheer to Rockville Library

Approximately 30 members of Treble Chorus gave a free concert of holiday tunes at Rockville Memorial Library on Saturday afternoon. The room was packed with family and friends from the Rockville community. The repertoire ranged from singalongs to trial-runs of some songs that will be performed at CCW’s winter concert on December 16. Thanks to the Friends of the Library for hosting us in what has become an annual tradition for Treble Chorus. For some choristers, this was the first time they performed with CCW. Congratulations, Treble Chorus!