San Francisco Lyric Chorus Spring 2020 Auditions: Gjeilo & WhitacreSan Francisco Lyric Chorus
Posted: December 23, 2019
San Francisco Lyric Chorus Auditions Spring 2020: Good News!:
Music by Ola Gjeilo & Eric Whitacre, plus classic American Hymns & Spirituals
The San Francisco Lyric Chorus invites singers to join us for our Spring 2020 Season as we sing music by two major contemporary composers, Ola Gjeilo & Eric Whitacre, plus a variety of classic American hymns & spirituals.
Ola Gjeilo: Prelude * The Spheres * Days of Beauty * The Rose
Eric Whitacre: Goodnight Moon * Animal Crackers II: The Canary; The Eel; The Kangaroo
Charles Silvestri/Eric Whitacre: Each Morning She Walks
Alice Parker/Robert Shaw: Wondrous Love * Saints Bound For Heaven * Come Away To The Skies
James Erb: Shenandoah
Jester Hairston: Elijah Rock * In Dat Great Getting’ Up Mornin’
Stacey Gibbs: Lord, If I Got My Ticket
John Barron/Rowland Pack: Nobody Knows the Trouble I’ve Seen
William Dawson: Ain’t-A That Good News
We have openings in all parts—sopranos, altos, tenors, basses. All are welcome.
Rehearsals and auditions begin Monday, January 13, 2020.
Rehearsals are on Mondays, 7:15-9:45 pm, at Trinity+St. Peter’s Episcopal Church, St. Peter’s Hall, 1620 Gough Street, San Francisco (between Bush Street and Austin Alley).
Concert dates are Saturday, May 16, 2020, 8 pm and Sunday, May 17, 2020, 5 pm at Trinity+St. Peter’s Episcopal Church, open again for performances after nine years.
For audition and other information, call Music Director Robert Gurney at 415-721-4077 or email him at [email protected]. Website: http://www.sflc.org
|Audition Deadline||March 2, 2020|
|Contact Email||[email protected]|
|Contact Phone||(415) 721-4077|
|Estimated Ensemble Size||30-35|
|Experience Required||Our Music Director checks for voice range, blend, sight-reading ability, and musicianship.|
|Performances/Year||3 concerts, with 2 performances each|
|Dues||$150 per semester plus cost of music|
About this organization
The Lyric Chorus performs a repertoire representing all periods of choral music, with a special interest in presenting little known, rarely performed works
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