Arts and Culture

Got Rain, Kailua?

They may have been a bit early for the Kailua deluge, but they made a good show of it.

“The Storm is Passing Over,” The Windward Choral Society’s “Celebration of African-American Gospel and Spirituals” was presented February 11th at St. John Vianney Church in Enchanted Lake, Kailua, O’ahu.

As usual, it was both fun and uplifting. Artistic Director Susan McCreary Duprey and the Society were joined by Percussionist Sango and pianist Tommy Yee.

Next up, the Society performs its 10th Annual Spring Concert on two afternoons in May:

The primary purpose and mission of the Windward Choral Society is to promote the joy, love, appreciation, and value of multi-cultural choral music within the Windward O‘ahu community through a non-auditioned community-based chorus made up of mixed voices (SATB) from high school ages and up who are residents throughout the Island of O‘ahu.

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