EARTHSONGS :: New Days (Santa Clara)

Presented by The Choral Project at Mission Santa Clara de Asís, Santa Clara CA

Jun 23
EARTHSONGS :: New Days (Santa Clara)

This concert features music that reminds us of our own power to affect change, along with the prize winners from our annual Rachel Moore Choral Competition for Young Composers.

We conclude our season with hope for better tomorrow by bringing awareness to the horrific issue of human trafficking in the Bay Area and the world. We shall respond with music that reminds us of our own power to affect change! The concert will support The Bay Area Anti-Human Trafficking Coalition: an organization that believes “eradication [of human trafficking] is possible only when the collective impact of individuals and groups comes to bear upon this multifaceted issue…As we mobilize the public to engage the issue, we envision a slave-free San Francisco Bay Area and beyond.” Repertoire will feature music from around the globe, ranging from modern classics such as Joshua Shank’s amazing “rules to live by” (written for The

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ADMISSION INFO

$10-$25

INDIVIDUAL DATES & TIMES *

  • Jun 23, 2019 at 05:00 pm (Sun)
* Event durations (if noted) are approximate. Please check with the presenting organization or venue to confirm start times and duration.

LOCATION

Mission Santa Clara de Asís

500 El Camino Real, Santa Clara University Campus, Santa Clara, CA 95050

PARKING INFO

Please note that Palm Drive is now a pedestrian walkway and is closed to vehicles. After entering campus through the main entrance at 500 El Camino Real, stop at the guard’s kiosk, if necessary. Proceed ahead and to the left for the main parking structure.

Handicapped parking and drop off is available on Alviso Street from the Franklin Street entrance. Visit https://www.scu.edu/missionchurch/event-information/parking/ for more information.

ACCESSIBILITY INFO

    • Wheelchair Access

Capacity: 750 seats.

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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.