Windsong Chamber Choir

Dear friend of Windsong,

All of the best to you, and welcome as we set sail on Windsong’s 27th season.  You know, we started as an ensemble of friends and colleagues in 1991.  Since that time Windsong has evolved to become much more cosmopolitan with singers from a variety of backgrounds and traditions.  We believe you will be excited by the talent and repertoire that Windsong displays in the upcoming season!  Our artistry has never been better.

Collectively, our aim is to further Windsong’s mission: the promotion and performance of virtuoso chamber music in central Oklahoma.  To accomplish this we ask you for patronage as a Friend of Windsong again this year.  Our leadership is strong with the Board being comprised of long standing and experienced members coupled with some new members who give fresh energy and perspective. we are very excited about our 25th Anniversary concerts!   In our first concert this year we will be sharing Handel's Messiah once again.  It will be held on December 11th at Santa Fe High School in Edmond.  Then, on May 14th of 2017 we will be highlighting Morten Lauridsen's Lux Aeterna in the first half, and in the second half we will bring back former Windsong members to present your favorite Windsong Classics.

An ensemble like ours has significant expenses, and obviously, such endeavors are not possible without the help of our supporters.  Our funding comes from a few very welcome grants, occasional concert sponsors, recording sales, concert donations, and especially private donations from people like you.  To donate, please use the “Donate button” at the bottom of this page. Windsong enjoys a national reputation as a superlative vocal chamber choir through our performances, recordings, and word of mouth.  We encourage you to enjoy and uphold our organization by attending our performances, telling your family and friends about our ensemble, and by making a tax-free donation to our cause.  We readily acknowledge and greatly appreciate your friendship and support!


Steven Ligon

Board Past-President