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Consider singing with us!

Windsong Southland Chorale rehearses on Monday nights from 6:30 to 9:00 p.m.

at La Verne Heights Presbyterian Church

1040 Baseline Rd, La Verne, CA 91750

​Season concerts will also be held at this location.

Contact Us  for details

or call (909) 983-9879

Windsong Southland Chorale Mission Statement:

Windsong Southland Chorale is a multigenerational choral organization

that unites singers in their passion to perform choral masterworks, as well as cutting edge, contemporary works,

for the education and pleasure of the performers and our audiences, both locally and internationally.

We aspire to be an inspirational catalyst for the renaissance of the art of choral music.

How do you get to Carnegie Hall?

Join Windsong and sing with us!

Windsong Southland Chorale is going to Carnegie Hall in 2018. This will be our fifth time to sing on this magnificent stage. Those of us who have made the trip before can attest that this will be a memory to treasure forever.
Call (909) 983-9879 for information on auditioning.

​​​​Rome - Historic monuments of Roman Empire, home of the Vatican including Sistine Chapel, St. Peter's Basilica

Florence - home of the greatest art on Earth

Venice - famous for canals, located in romantic and beautiful Tuscany, well-known St. Mark's Square and Basilica

What do the above have in common?  They are the cities, and just some of their notable highlights, that Windsong will visit, and perform in, in June 2020 (just a few months away!). Join us!  Request an electronic brochure at

Do you think it might be a good time to join Windsong?  We

suggest yes it is.  Call (909) 983-9879 for information on auditioning.

Windsong is mourning the passing of our friend and former member Bob Harmon.  Bob was a faithful supporter of the chorale even after leaving in 2008, attending concerts and buying tickets for concerts he did not attend.  He joined with several of us in a 9/11 memorial performance in New York City held on 9/11/2011.  In Gallery 1, you can see Bob at the far right in the largest picture in the “A Concert of Commemoration” section. Bob volunteered with Working Wardrobes, providing several male chorus members their first tuxedo.  He even took tap-dancing lessons until 2-3 years ago!  Windsong is a second family for its present and past members, and it is as a family member that we will miss Bob.

Carnegie Hall, New York