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A Thank You from the WHS Choral Department


The Westfield High School Choral Department presented A Night of Love Songs on Friday, Feb. 5, under the direction of Mr. John Brzozowski, Choral Director. An audience of over 200 people from the community was served coffee and desserts while enjoying solo, duet and group performances by over  80 members of the WHS Choraleers, Concert Choir and Bella Cora, with songs by artists ranging from Adele, Dirty Heads, George and Ira Gershwin, Marvin Hamlisch, Elvis Presley, Lana Del Ray and Antonio Secchi. Many audience members went home with wonderful gift baskets and beautiful centerpieces.

We would like to express our gratitude to the following WHS Choral Department friends and local businesses, whose generous financial support and contributions made this event possible:

Ahrre's Coffee Roastey

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J. Mark Albertson, D.M.D., P.A.

Alex and Ani

Alfonso's Pastry Shoppe

All Phase Disposal & Recycling

American Shoe Repair and Luggage Shop

Amuse Restaurant

Ross Avidon

Kenneth Arida, DDS

Bagel Chateau    

Barry's Frame Shop & Art Gallery

Bead Candy

Blue Jasmine Floral Design & Boutique


Bosonac Orthodontics

Barry's Frame Shop & Art Gallery

Brummer's Chocolates

Brunner Opticians

Casa di Pizza

Center Stage Music

Chill Cryotherapy

Cold Stone Creamery

Colorscapes Landscaping and Expert Tree Service

Competitive Aluminum & Construction, Inc.

Contagious Drama


Darby Road Public House and Restaurant

Digiplex Rialto Theatre of Westfield

Duke’s Deli

Dunkin' Donuts

Eden Nail & Spa

Evalyn Dunn Gallery


Fiamma Wood Fired Pizza

Fire Me Up! Studio

Howie Frisch

Brent Geyer

Gigi's Dance and Active Wear

Greco Steam Carpet Cleaning

Headturner's Salon

Hershey's Subs Deli & Catering

I to Eye Inc.

Inkwell Printing, Liz Ensslin

Frank Isoldi

Ivy Educational Services, LLC

JCC of Central New Jersey

Jersey Mike's Subs

Carolyn Klinger Kueter      

Limani Seafood Grill

Manhattan Bagel

N & C Jewelers

New Jersey Festival Orchestra

New Jersey Workshop for the Arts

Old City Cafe & Grill         

Paper Mill Playhouse

Patricia & Paul Artisans of Fine Oils and Balsamics   


Scott Reagan

RMC Music Studio

Scott Ruggiero and Kristine Kowalcuk

Salon Divine

Satsang Yoga Studio and Boutique

Savory Spice Shop

Scotch Plains Music Center

Scotchwood Diner

Shirts N Skirts


Tracey Spencer-Wright


Stella & Dot

Stop & Shop

Thomas C. Streko, DMD

Strength-N-Fitness Club


The Bake Zone

The Farmhouse Store

The Paper Doll

The Shovlin Mattress Factory

The Soap Girl

The Waiting Room

Trenk, DiPasquale, Della Fera & Sodono, P.C.

Tutti Baci Cafe

Union County Performing Arts Center

Utopia Salon & Day Spa

Vaccaro's Bakery

Varsity Central

VBT Vocal Lessons

Vicki's Diner

Westfield Animal Hospital

Westfield Diner

Westfield High School Custodial Staff

Wine Anthology

Woof Gang Bakery

A Night of Love Songs was sponsored by the Westfield Choral Parents Association, Inc.  Proceeds will be applied toward choral performance opportunities for students such as trips, clinics and special events. 

The WHS Choral Department would like to invite the community to its upcoming events to be held at the Westfield High School:  Chamber Music Night on April 27 at 7:30 p.m.;  Jazz Night on May 14 at 5:30 p.m.; and Spring Choral Concert on May 25 at 7:30 p.m.

We appreciate all of the contributions from the community to make A Night of Love Songs such a special and successful event. Thank you for your support.

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