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Va Pensiero from Nabucco
October 9, 2013

Schola Cantorum, Gregory Wait, Music Director


Summer Sings 

Sponsors - Linda Morasch and Fredrick Petri

This summer, fill your Monday evenings with music and camaraderie at Schola Cantorum Summer Sings.  Experience the joy of singing great works you love, and pieces you would like to know better, under the baton of some of the most respected choral conductors working today.

$13 General Admission — FREE for ages 25 and under with valid student ID.

Schola Sings FLEX Pass - must be purchased by 7/11 — six tickets for $66 — a 15% savings!
Use one ticket per concert, or share the experience with friends over one or more concerts.  Any way you use your Sings FLEX Pass, it adds up to six times the fun!

TO PURCHASE TICKETS - CLICK ON THE "BUY TICKETS" BUTTON ON THE LEFT.

July 11, 2016
Beethoven Mass in C Major and Vivaldi Gloria
Magen Solomon
Artistic Director, S.F. Choral Artists
 
July 18, 2016
Bach Magnificat and Mozart Requiem
Vance George
Conductor Emeritus, S.F. Symphony Chorus
 
July 25, 2016
Mozart Mass in C minor and Fauré Requiem
Gregory Wait
Music Director, Schola Cantorum
Director of Vocal Studies, Stanford University
 
August 1, 2016
Haydn Missa in Tempore Belli and Vaughan Williams Dona Nobis Pacem
Scot Hanna-Weir
Director of Choral Activities, Santa Clara University
Artistic Director, Santa Clara Chorale
 
August 8, 2016
Brahms Ein deutsches Requiem
Buddy James
Professor of Music, California State University
 
August 15, 2016
Bach Mass in B minor
Jeffery Benson
Director of Choral Activities, San Jose State University

All Summer Sings start at 7:30pm at the Los Altos United Methodist Church.


Office Hours  - Mon. 10am - 5pm and Wed. and Thurs. 10am - 2pm. To reach us call 650-254-1700.


Mission

The mission of Schola Cantorum is to connect the Silicon Valley community with the wonders of choral music through outstanding live performances, education outreach programs, and collaborations with local artists.


Schola Cantorum receives additional funding from the following donor:

Hurlbut-Johnson Charitable Trusts (a Silicon Valley Community Fund)

Schola Cantorum thanks its Corporate Sponsors:

Applied Materials   HP   IBM   GE   Google
Microsoft    State Farm   Synopsys   Xilinx



 

Schola Cantorum Donors