CHOIRS NAMED IN THE 2012 JUBILATION - STUART CHURCH CHOIR FESTIVAL
WCLV and the Cathedral of St.
John the Evangelist in downtown
Cleveland will prsent the
fifth annual Jubilation, The Elizabeth
Stuart Church Choir Festival,
Thursday, May 10th and Friday,
The annual choral festival has been
named in honor of the late Elizabeth
Stuart, who created and produced
the event. Liz died in December, 2010.
The event, which is free and open to the public, will be broadcast live by WCLV from
The Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist at 8:00 PM, on the10th and the 11th ay 8:00 PM/ .
WCLV is pleased to announce the six choirs that will be featured in this year’s Jubilation.
First Congregational Church of Hudson - Thomas M. Scott, Director
First United Methodist Church of Cuyahoga Falls Epworth Youth Choir - Dean Wagner, Director
Mary Queen of Peace Chamber Choir (Parma) - David Jaronowski, Director
St. Joseph (Avon Lake) - Lorene Coughlin, Director
St. Noel (Willoughby Hills) - Agnieska Bieniek, Director
Suffield United Church of Christ (Mogadore) - David W. Baughman, Director
The six choirs will each present a twenty minute program which will be adjudicated by
a panel of distinguished judges. This year the judges will be Robert Page, former
Director of Choruses for The Cleveland Orchestra and and Music Director Emeritus of
The Mendelssohn Choir of Pittsburgh; Frank Bianchi, former Director of the Cleveland Orchestra
Youth Chorus and Founding Director of the Baldwin Wallace Men's Chorus; Peter
Jarjisian, Professor of Music and Director of Choral Studies at Ohio University.
The winning choir will receive $1000 and a trophy. The other five choirs will each receive
$500 and a commemorative plaque. New for this year is an additional cash award for
the choir voted the Audience Favorite each night of the Festival.
THE WCLV THANKS-4-GIVING LIFE SHARE BLOOD DRIVE NETS
On Thursday November 10, 2011, WCLV presented the
tenth annual LifeShare Thanks-4-Giving Blood Drive
at LorainCountyCommunity College. And we’re proud and
happy to announce that 190 pints were collected,
impacting up to 760 patients in the community.
Our thanks to all who served their community by donating.
Our thanks also to the hard working staff at the LifeShare
Community Blood Services and our co-sponsors The Elyria
Chronicle Telegram, Giant Eagle, Hanson Services and Botamer
Florists and More.
The donors enjoyed live music throughout the day by Tri-C piano faculty
member, Frank Huang, students from the Aurora School of music,
members of the Ohio Philharmonic, pianist Larry Kass and Ernie Krivda
and the Tri-C Jazz Workshop students.
Here are some pictures from the event, decorated with balloons depicting
the Cirque de Soleil.