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On Sunday, June 18, the Crystal Children’s Choir youth ensemble and the WE Singers women’s ensemble will be visiting from the Bay Area as part of their SoCal tour, holding a joint concert with the Chinese Choral Society at the Chinese Community Church (4998 Via Valarta, San Diego, CA 92124) from 4-6 PM. Admission is free, although donations are welcome. For more information, please email email@example.com.
Crystal Children’s Choir:
The Crystal Children’s Choir was founded in the San Francisco Bay Area in 1994. Since then, it has grown into an organization of over one thousand members. Choir members rehearse every week with their respective ages and skill levels in four Bay Area cities – Cupertino, Fremont, Foster City, and San Jose.
The choir has toured Australia, Asia, Europe, and North America, and has performed at numerous prestigious venues including St. Peter’s Basilica in Vatican, Taipei National Concert Hall, Sydney Opera House, Davies Symphony Hall, Carnegie Hall, and Beijing Concert Hall. Crystal has been invited to perform at several music organizations such as CMEA, MENC, OAKE, and ACDA (American Choral Directors Association) National Conferences. The choir has won awards and praise in the music festivals they have attended.
Established in 2010, WE Singers is composed of a dozen women who love to sing. Their repertoire includes a wide range of choral works, a capella pieces, folk songs and contemporary music.
San Diego Chinese Choral Society:
The San Diego Chinese Choral Society (SDCCS) was formed in 1988 under the auspicious efforts of several friends who enjoyed singing and listening to music together. Over the past twenty years, the SDCCS has grown into a choir of over forty members.
We practice different styles of Western and Chinese (classical and modern) pieces to explore the cultural aspects of music. For the past several years, the SDCCS has held performances in the San Diego community to a wide audience of listeners.