Season 59, 2022–2023
Light, Love, the Moon and the Stars
Light, Love, the Moon and the Stars

Season 59

Light, love, the Moon and the Stars

Schola’s 59th season is a celebration of Light, Love, the Moon, and the Stars! Our first concert, ¡Amor!, highlighted the beauty of the Latin American musical tradition and the Spanish language. After a celebration of the music of the holiday season in December, our March concert focus is on Light with Morton Lauridsen’s ethereal Lux Aeterna, while our May concert explores the Sun, the Moon, and the Stars. Check out the details and buy tickets on our Concerts page!


Reach for the Stars!

Saturday, April 15, 2023 from 6:30 pm to 10:30 pm at Villa Ragusa, 35 South 2nd Street, Campbell

Do you remember the first time you saw the stars? Really saw them, with the Milky Way flowing across the sky? We all look at the night sky with wonder and awe.

Come experience wonder, and help Schola Cantorum Reach for the Stars!



Morten Lauridsen’s Lux Aeterna seamlessly integrates ancient modes, Renaissance polyphony, Romanticism, and modern harmonies, connecting the listener to his or her own mortal journey.

Members of Schola Cantorum, along with singers from other performing groups, will perform this work in Carnegie Hall on April 23, 2023, under the baton of Artistic Director Buddy James. If you’d like to attend this concert, tickets are available now at the Carnegie Hall web site.