From in between the lines: Interview with Monica Houghton

The San Francisco Choral Artists will give the world premiere of Monica Houghton’s Te lucis ante terminum as part of SFCA’s December 2016 concert set, Light In Winter. In this interview, Jason Carl Rosenberg speaks with Ms. Houghton about selecting and setting text...

Momo in the Mistletoe: Interview with Paul Chihara

Dr. Paul Chihara has composed scores for over 90 motion pictures and television series, while also receiving numerous accolades for his dramatic music for the concert stage. San Francisco Choral Artists will premiere his newest work for choir, Momo in the Mistletoe,...

Audition for SFCA

Seeking one soprano, one tenor, one bass There’s still time for you to join San Francisco Choral Artists for the 2016-17 season! Singers with extensive choral experience, solo potential, excellent reading and musicianship skills, and dedication to the art of...

Del Gran Sole: Interview with composer Ted Allen

Composers Ted Allen and Jason Carl Rosenberg discuss the creative process for Allen’s Del Gran Sole. The work will be premiered by the San Francisco Choral Artists in their concert series, 21st-Century Baroque, which pairs the chamber choir with the Galax Quartet, a...

Defenestration by Veronika Krausas

Veronika Krausas is an Associate Professor in the Composition Department at USC’s Thornton School of Music and has previously collaborated with San Francisco Choral Artists. They join forces again, for a new work titled Defenestration. The piece will be premiered by...

Adaptation: Interview with Robinson McClellan

In the upcoming concert series, 21st-Century Baroque, the San Francisco Choral Artists will give a world premiere performance by New York-based composer Robinson McClellan. The piece is titled Prodigal Song and is an adaptation of an earlier work, Prodigal Songs, from...