The Charlottesville Women’s Choir (CWC) started in 1984 with just four members. More than thirty years later, the CWC has grown to 40 members. CWC is a self-directed choir; various members volunteer to teach and direct our songs. Volunteers also manage the business of the choir.
CWC rehearses every Monday evening from September through May, 6:45–8:30 p.m., at Sojourners United Church of Christ in Charlottesville.
The Choir continues its tradition of performing an annual spring benefit concert. CWC also sings at various community events and venues such as the SHE Vigil, International Day of Peace, Sojourners United Church of Christ, and the Fluvanna Correctional Center for Women.
Recipients of partial proceeds from our spring concerts have been local organizations such as:
Walker Upper Elementary School Choir
SHE [Shelter for Help in Emergency]
SARA [Sexual Abuse Resource Center]
The Courage Fund of the Quality Community Council
Barrett Early Learning Center
Skyline Girl Scouts
Urban Agricultural Collective
Cale Elementary School Dual-Language Immersion Program