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Love to Sing? Come Join the Wimberley
Community Chorus!
The Wimberley Community Chorus is open to all who love to sing. Now's a great time to join and enjoy the fun of preparing for a very special performance.

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Chapel in the Hills
Mondays beginning September 10, 2018
7:00pm - 9:00pm 
(6:30 for 9/10/18 first rehearsal)
Dec. 7 - 7pm, Dec. 8 - 7pm, Dec.9 -3pm 
Chapel in the Hills
14601 RR 12,
Wimberley, Texas

Please use the contact number on the Contact Us page for more information or just show up at the first rehearsal!  
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Fall Director and Accompanist
The Wimberley Chorus Board is pleased to announce that Perry Dean has been selected Director for the fall concert season. Perry recently retired after 31 years as a public school choral director in Texas. He is currently director at St. James Catholic Church in Seguin.  FULL BIO HERE

Our accompanist for Fall 2018, is Jody Bagley Leifeste. Jody is honored to have been the Director of Traditional Music and Accompanist at the First United Methodist Church of San Marcos for 23 years and 17 years as the Director and Accompanist of the New Braunfels Community Chorale. FULL BIO HERE

We may not have lots of snow (any), but for three nights in early December you might expect to see it after these concerts. This festive selection of traditional favorites, some with a twist, and contemporary classics will transport you to a snow-covered landscape where a cozy fire and hot chocolate beckons. 

We have 3 identical concerts, 3 days in a row, December 7,8 & 9 in Avey Hall at 
Chapel in the Hills Church.

The Friday night, 7 pm concert usually has the best opportunity for you and your family to sit together. 

The Saturday night concert is busier.

The Sunday afternoon concert has, upon occasion, been standing room only. Come early if you want a good seat.