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Our 2019-2020 Season

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December 2019

From Pole to Pole: Christmas in the Three Americas

San Francisco
Sunday, Dec. 15, 4pm
St. Mark’s Lutheran Church

Oakland
Friday, Dec. 20, 8pm
St. Paul’s Episcopal Church

Palo Alto
Saturday, Dec. 21, 8pm
St. Mark’s Episcopal Church

March 2020

Joyful Voices, Stomping Feet: Song and Dance in the Jewish Tradition

San Francisco
Sunday, March 8, 4pm
Temple Sha’ar Zahav

Palo Alto
Saturday, March 14, 8pm
All Saints’ Episcopal Church

Oakland
Sunday, March 15, 4pm
Temple Sinai

 

June 2020

Boats and Trains and Flying Machines

San Francisco
Sunday, June 7, 4pm
St. Mark’s Lutheran Church

Palo Alto
Saturday, June 13, 8pm
St. Mark’s Episcopal Church

Oakland
Sunday, June 14, 4pm
St. Paul’s Episcopal Church

 

A Highlight From 2018-2019

The SFCA Blog

Singers’ Perspectives: Britten and Hensel

Singers’ Perspectives: Britten and Hensel

As we continue to share reflections from our singers about the music on this program, we highlight two pieces: Britten’s Five Flower Songs and Fanny Hensel’s Abendlich schon rauscht der Wald — each of which explores contrasts in its own right.

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Awe in the Natural World: Composer Matt Van Brink

Awe in the Natural World: Composer Matt Van Brink

Matt Van Brink speaks to his favorite nature-inspired works, and to the process of “growing” a piece from concept to premiere and beyond. His beautiful, brief piece, “The Lower Leaves of Trees,” is included on SFCA’s March Program, Out of the Garden, Into the Woods: from Paradise to Scary.

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About SFCA

San Francisco Choral Artists is a chamber ensemble specializing in innovative programming, performance excellence, and fostering the work of living composers. Affirming our reputation for eclectic programming and stunning performances of music spanning 600 years, SFCA has premiered over 300 works and is winner of the 2012 and 2015 ASCAP/Chorus America Award for Adventurous Programming. 

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