The Women’s Choral Society was organized in 1934, and was chartered by the University of Oregon’s Mu Phi Epsilon alumnae. It was Eugene’s first all-women’s choir.
The purpose of WCS is to make three important contributions to the musical life of the local community:
“The concert was really, really enjoyable. You all need to be very pleased with your performance. I liked the literature you chose, and in the shadow of the recent couple of days events, it was so timely. It was obvious that you had to work really hard to make that concert happen, and happen it did. It was terrific! ...What a fabulous group.”