Posts for Tag : concert

Escondido Choral Arts: Handel’s Messiah

The Christmas portion of Handel’s well-known masterpiece with soloists, Poway Symphonette and The Center Chorale, plus joyful carol sing for the whole audience.

FUMC: Advent Choral Concert

The 150-voice Chancel Choir and Masterwork Chorale of First United Methodist Church of San Diego will perform John Rutter’s Magnificat and “Four Winter Songs” by Ola Gjeilo with soloists, chamber orchestra and organ, directed by Stanley M. Wicks.

Key of She: “Our House”

Key of She’s fall concert experience, “OUR HOUSE,” will take you on a journey of time and place with works by Sarah Quartel, Samuel Barber, Anders Endenroth, Stephen Sondheim, and Gwyneth Walker. Join us September 28th at Christ Lutheran Pacific Beach and October 5th at UCUC Church. Both performances are scheduled for 7pm.

The Gary Bonner Singers

The Gary Bonner Singers, launched in October 1995,  have distinguished themselves as a choral ensemble of musical excellence and versatility; contagious, sparkling performance; and warm, vibrant choral tone.  They have completed 21 recordings, including three of which were produced and distributed by Word Music, four commissioned albums, five Christmas albums, a spirituals collection in Spain, and a sacred classics collection recorded in Prague with the City of Prague Philharmonic orchestra. Their most recent recording, Legacy Christmas in Concert, is a live recording of the December 8, 2013 Christmas concert. They also completed a video recording of that same concert. Both of these are available for sale at CDbaby.com.

The Singers have been honored to perform at the White House Holiday Open House in December 2006, December 2008, and December 2011, chosen from a large number of applicants from across the United States.  They were also the featured choir in the 1996 Salvation Army “Army of Stars” Christmas Eve radio program with narrator Jack Lemmon and guest artist Steven Curtis Chapman. They have performed at the Crystal Cathedral, Church on the Way, Knotts Berry Farm’s “New Year’s Eve Praise 2000″, in numerous Community Concert Series, including Inland Empire, Long Beach, Fullerton, Bakersfield, and Glendale, as well as with the Capistrano Valley Symphony.Ranging in age from 18 to 60, the singers represent a wide diversity of backgrounds and occupations. Audiences respond enthusiastically to the 60-voice ensemble’s full range of choral music and unique style which emphasizes communication and relationship with the audience.

Village Church Chancel Choir: Tour Send-off Concert

Come bid the Village Church Chancel Choir bon voyage as they prepare to set out on their “Splendor of Eternal Light” concert tour to France. The choir will present a variety of favorite anthems and spirituals on the theme of light, featuring Morten Lauridsen’s masterpiece, Lux Aeterna.

The Village Community Presbyterian Church
6225 Paseo Delicias,
Rancho Santa Fe, Ca 92067

No admission charge

Free-will Offering

Childcare available

Pacific Coast Chorale: Ready for the Jubilee: Songs of the Civil War Era

Join us for a dynamic presentation of soul-stirring songs from the Civil War era, interwoven with readings of authentic Civil War letters. Don’t miss this memorable and moving reprise performance. Our choral repertoire includes patriotic selections, Stephen Foster songs, and spirituals. Learn more about this critical time in our history, as it was expressed through music of the time.

San Diego Women’s Chorus – Quiet No More: A Choral Celebration of Stonewall

The San Diego Women’s Chorus is proud to present a monumental spring 2019 concert performance “Quiet No More: A Choral Celebration of Stonewall,” which includes a brand new 8-movement work by the same name and other song selections that fit the theme of courage,  connection, and standing up for justice. The Quiet No More commission honors the 50th Anniversary of the Stonewall Uprising in New York City in 1969 and tells the story of the events that kickstarted the modern LGBTQ movement across the world.

“Quiet No More” has been co-commissioned by the New York City Gay Men’s Chorus and Gay Men’s Chorus of LA, and will feature performances by choruses through the US in 2019, making it the largest collaboration in the history of LGBTQ choruses. SDWC will premiere the SSAA work and is the only female-treble chorus that will perform this multi-movement work as a stand-alone ensemble.

SDWC will perform “Quiet No More: A Choral Celebration of Stonewall” on May 18 at 7pm and May 19 at 4pm at the Lincoln High School Center for Performing Arts. Both concerts are ADA-accessible and will be ASL-interpreted for the deaf and hard of hearing.

San Diego Women’s Chorus – Quiet No More: A Choral Celebration of Stonewall

The San Diego Women’s Chorus is proud to present a monumental spring 2019 concert performance “Quiet No More: A Choral Celebration of Stonewall,” which includes a brand new 8-movement work by the same name and other song selections that fit the theme of courage,  connection, and standing up for justice. The Quiet No More commission honors the 50th Anniversary of the Stonewall Uprising in New York City in 1969 and tells the story of the events that kickstarted the modern LGBTQ movement across the world.

“Quiet No More” has been co-commissioned by the New York City Gay Men’s Chorus and Gay Men’s Chorus of LA, and will feature performances by choruses through the US in 2019, making it the largest collaboration in the history of LGBTQ choruses. SDWC will premiere the SSAA work and is the only female-treble chorus that will perform this multi-movement work as a stand-alone ensemble.

SDWC will perform “Quiet No More: A Choral Celebration of Stonewall” on May 18 at 7pm and May 19 at 4pm at the Lincoln High School Center for Performing Arts. Both concerts are ADA-accessible and will be ASL-interpreted for the deaf and hard of hearing.

Pacificaires/Cedar Center Chorus: Rutter Realized

A concert of the ethereal Requiem and smaller works by John Rutter.  Pacificaires/Cedar Center Chorus, conducted by Dr. Barry Williamson, founder and artistic director of the Texas Bach Festival.

Free will donation.

First Baptist Church, Pacific Beach, 4747 Soledad Mountain Rd., 92109