5-31: Girls’ Night Out



Windsong — a local women’s chorus that doesn’t hold auditions; any woman can join the self-proclaimed feminist ensemble — presents a joint concert with the Columbus Women’s Chorus tonight. If the word “herstory” in the group’s bio makes you a little nervous, take heart: Artistic director Karen Weaver is an accomplished choral director who also leads the Good Company chorus and the Chancel Choir of Lakewood Presbyterian Church. Plus, she’s supported by professional players like pianist Karin Tooley, violinist Mary Beth Ions, percussionist Janet Pemberton and bassist Gene Epstein. Each ensemble will perform a set. The concert concludes with the choirs onstage together. The program includes classical choruses, Broadway tunes and Motown songs. It starts at 4 p.m. at the Church of the Covenant (11205 Euclid Ave., 216.556.0858). A reception follows. Tickets: $12 advance, $15 at the door. — Michael Gill

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