Audio Sample
Va Pensiero from Nabucco
October 9, 2013

Schola Cantorum, Gregory Wait, Music Director

Valentines Day Sing

Sunday, February 14 at 3:00 pm                                                 Los Altos United Methodist Church

Join assistant conductor and accompanist Dawn Reyen as she leads a Sing about love with friends or that special someone. A great Valentine's Day gift or just a fun time for all.

Tickets: $15

Teacher and Student                          

Sunday, March 20 at 3:00pm                                                       Mountain View Center for the Performing Arts

Haydn - Lord Nelson Mass & Beethoven - Mass in C Major

Concert Sponsors: Candy Pelissero and Brian Larsen                    

Haydn's grand orchestral masses find the composer at the zenith of his choral creativity. Written in the style of his later symphonies, " Papa" Haydn explored the range of expression that led directly to his student Beethoven, who in turn, composed an intensely personal mass, fervent and passionate.

Featuring: Madison Smith, Soprano, Heidi Waterman, Alto, Wesley Dunnagan, Tenor and Ben Kazez, Bass with Sinfonia Schola Cantorum

Tickets: Adults $30, Students under 21 and children $20. 

Randall Thompson Retrospective

Saturday, May 14 at 7:30pm                                                             First Congregational Church of Palo Alto

Sunday, May 15 at 3:00 pm                                                               Los Altos United Methodist Church

Concert Sponsor: John Murden

Randall Thompson composed music for the people of his time that was highly expressive of the Amercian experience. His choral music was a staple of the repertoire in the mid-twentieth century and found its way into the program of many Schola Cantorum concerts. Featured in this retrospective concert will be Thompson's Peacheable Kingdom, Frostiana, Song of Democracy, and Testament of Freedom.

Tickets: Adults $26.


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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)

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