WINTER'S GIFTS :: Journeys (Santa Clara)

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

Dec 16
WINTER'S GIFTS :: Journeys (Santa Clara)

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.

The Choral Project and the San José Chamber Orchestra (Barbara Day Turner, conductor) join forces for their annual wintry musical offering on the theme of “journeys” — a program that will explore where we are and where we wish to be (physically, emotionally, and spiritually). The repertoire will include music from cultures and faith traditions from around the world. Highlights include Randall Thompson’s beautiful “Road Not Taken,” Joshua Shank’s breathtaking arrangement of the Basque carol “Gabriel’s Message,” and Gabriel Fauré’s sublime “Cantique de Jean Racine” — long considered one of the loveliest choral works ever penned. Works from Buddhist and Judaic faiths balance out the program, which concludes with

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ADMISSION INFO

$10-$35

INDIVIDUAL DATES & TIMES *

  • Dec 16, 2018 at 07:00 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.