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San Francisco Choral Society

San Francisco Choral Society
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Regular Price: $40 - $50
Senior: $36 - $45
Student: $36 - $45

Reserved Seating with general admission

Concert Duration: Approx one hour, with no intermission

In-person patrons above 12 years old must show proof of full vaccination and matching photo ID at the door. Audience
members will also be required to be fully masked (covering nose and mouth) during the duration of the concert.

Full vaccination is defined as completion of the two-dose regimen of Pfizer or Moderna vaccines or one dose of Johnson & Johnson vaccine administered two weeks or more in advance of the concert.

Live streamed concert will be provided by Spark Street Digital.
Choral music is back in San Francisco! After over 20 months since the beginning of pandemic, San Francisco Choral Society presents its first concert in front of a live, in-person, audience on Sunday, November 21 at 4pm at Calvary Presbyterian Church.

Headlining the concerts will be Maurice Duruflé's beloved Requiem. At the first performance in 1947, World War II was over but France was in ruins, reduced to a second-rate country—morally, economically, physically, and politically. In the Requiem, Duruflé expressed humanity's profound personal and universal struggle with death while seeking a vision of hope. He described the work this way in his own words: "This requiem is not an ethereal work which sings detached from worldly anxiety. It reflects, in the unchangeable form of the Christian prayer, the anguish of man facing the mystery of his last ending. It is often dramatic, or filled with resignation, or hope, or terror, like the same words of the scripture used in the liturgy. It tries to translate the human feeling in the face of our terrifying, inexplicable, or consoling destiny."

Benjamin Britten composed Rejoice in the Lamb in 1943, basing the work on the poem "Jubilate Agno" by Christopher Smart. The poem, written while Smart was in an asylum, depicts joyous, delightfully idiosyncratic praise and worship of God by all created beings and things, each in its own way.

Maestro Bob Geary, Artistic Director
Jonathan Dimmock, Organ
Nikolas Nackley, Bass Baritone
Leandra Ramm, Mezzo Soprano
Jessica House Steward, Soprano
Lee Steward, Tenor

San Francisco Choral Society

About San Francisco Choral Society

Inspired by the joy of singing and hearing choral music, the San Francisco Choral Society is a premier symphonic chorus, presenting outstanding performances of choral masterpieces and new commissioned works. Infused with a commitment to excellence and education, our professional artistic and administrative staff, soloists, and orchestras work collaboratively with our all-volunteer auditioned singers to foster a vibrant, diverse, and interactive choral community, educate our singers and audiences, and extend our reach to youth.

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