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West Valley Chorale completes season

Posted 4/29/22

The West Valley Chorale, directed by Ken Goodenberger, Artistic Director, with Christine Kyhn, Principal Accompanist, the professional orchestra and soloists closed its 38th performance season with …

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West Valley Chorale completes season

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The West Valley Chorale, directed by Ken Goodenberger, Artistic Director, with Christine Kyhn, Principal Accompanist, the professional orchestra and soloists closed its 38th performance season with two April concerts featuring Felix Mendelssohn’s “Elijah.”

Iris Johnson, President of the Chorale, noted it was an honor to end the 2021-22 season with this monumental work and thanked the more than 1,000 ticket holders and patrons for their support this season.

The chorale looks forward to presenting its 39th season this December.

The West Valley Chorale is a Surprise 501(c)(3) nonprofit performing arts organization comprised of auditioned singers from ten communities throughout West Valley and is supported by concert sponsors Sanderson Lincoln and Royal Oaks, advertisers, ticket sales and tax-deductible donations from patrons and an award from the City of Surprise Arts & Cultural Advisory Commission.

Visit westvalleychoraleaz.org.

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