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Upcoming Performances


From the Met to Broadway
Saturday 7:00 pm May 31, 2014


An Opera and Musical Theatre Chorus spectacular!

Including Verdi's stirring Va Pensiero from Nabucco, the ethereal Humming Chorus from Puccini's Madama Butterfly, the infectious It's A Grand Night For Singing from Rodgers and Hammerstein's State Fair and the moving Climb the Mountains from Craig Bohmler's Mountain Days.

Concert Takes Place At: Mission Santa Clara
500 El Camino Real Santa Clara, CA

Tickets $25
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(408) 286-2600, ext.23
Box office hours: M-F, 10AM-5PM

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Conductor: Barbara Day Turner, Guest Conductor
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Barbara Day Turner

 

Past Performances from This Season


Carols in the California
Saturday 7:00 pm December 14, 2013


A Family Holiday Tradition! Artistic Director Elena Sharkova and the Symphony Silicon Valley Chorale present the 9th Annual Carols in the California, an exciting and festive program featuring Too Hot to Handel: The Gospel Messiah.

Come for the traditional sing-along of your favorite carols and prepare to be dazzled by the 2013 version of “Twelve Days of Silicon Valley Christmas”, all in the warm glow of the California Theatre.

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Conductor: Elena Sharkova
Soloist(s): Casey Breves, Tenor
  • Too Hot to Handel: The Gospel Messiah, conceived by Marin Alsop and arranged by Bob Christianson & Gary Anderson.

Program Notes
About Elena Sharkova
About Casey Breves

 
Elena Sharkova

 


Carmina Burana
Saturday 8:00 pm March 22, 2014
Sunday 2:30 pm March 23, 2014

Prepare yourself: Orff’s powerhouse setting of medieval verses celebrating the sensual life and lamenting the turns of fate is bawdy, dramatic, tender - and breathtaking. We perform it with three choirs and orchestra, for an unforgettable event. To open, virtuoso J.P. Jofre joins fellow Argentine Maestro Vieu and the orchestra to premiere his concerto for the earthy, resonant bandoneon – the soul of tango.

Conductor: Carlos Vieu
Soloist(s): Juan Pablo Jofre, Bandoneon
Christina Major, Soprano
J. Raymond Meyers, Tenor
Ralph Cato, Baritone
Symphony Silicon Valley Chorale, Lou De La Rosa, Guest Director
Cantabile Youth Singers, Elena Sharkova, Director
  • JP Jofre: Tango Movement Bandoneon Concerto (American Premiere)

  • Carl Orff: Carmina Burana

Program Notes
About Carlos Vieu
About Juan Pablo Jofre
About Christina Major
About J. Raymond Meyers
About Ralph Cato
About Symphony Silicon Valley Chorale
About Cantabile Youth Singers

 
Juan Pablo Jofre

 

 

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P.O. Box 790, San Jose, CA 95106-0790
325 South First Street, San Jose, CA 95113
Phone or Fax: (408) 286-2600

Supported, in part, by a Cultural Affairs grant from the City of San José