SEASON 23: 2018-19

Season 23 is coming soon!

It's summertime but we are hard at work putting together a wonderful selection of music for next season. Below is a preview of what's to come but please check back in September for more details and to purchase your season tickets!

 

DEC 2018 :: WINTER’S GIFTS

The Choral Project + San José Chamber Orchestra

A time honored tradition, “Winter’s Gifts” is a celebration of the season as told through the glorious voices of The Choral Project and the moving music of the San José Chamber Orchestra. Winter’s Gifts: JOURNEYS will include music by Gabriel Fauré, Joshua Shank, Randall Thompson, and Ola Gjielo.

Conductors Barbara Day Turner and Daniel Hughes collaborate to create this very special concert which has become a Bay Area holiday tradition in the breathtaking acoustics of Mission Santa Clara de Asís and the beautiful sanctuary of First Presbyterian Church in Palo Alto!

 

FEB 2019 :: ART OF SOUND

A concert of rarely performed choral masterpieces & new music

Art of Sound: SEEKING A HOME will be centered around David Lang’s heartwarming “Little Match Girl Passion,” which won the Pulitzer Prize in music.

We invite you to hear us in three locations: Congregational Church of San Mateo, Mission Santa Clara de Asis, and Holy Cross Church in Santa Cruz.

 

APRIL 2019 :: ONE NIGHT ONLY

The Choral Project + Lisa Vroman

One Night Only: SHINING NIGHT will star Broadway artist Lisa Vroman joining the choir in some of your favorite musical theatre and light classical selections.

 

JUNE 2019 :: EARTHSONGS

Featuring premieres by winners of TCP’s Composition Contest for youth composers

Earthsongs: NEW DAYS will explore humanity and hope, and feature the talented winners of our annual Rachel Moore Choral Competition for Young Composers.

We invite you to hear us in two locations: Mission Santa Clara de Asis, and Peace United Church of Christ in Santa Cruz.

 

Watch for more details coming soon!

Sponsored, in part, by a grants from the Office of Cultural Affairs - City of San Jose, SVCREATES and Applied Materials Foundation, and generous support from First Republic Bank.