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Holiday Concert with the San Francisco Boys Chorus


Holiday Concert with the San Francisco Boys Chorus
Concert Chorus, Intermediate Chorus and Men’s Chorale

Date & Time: Sunday December 10, 7 p.m.
Venue: 1750 29th Avenue, San Francisco
Tickets: $20 General, $15 Seniors/Students

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About the San Francisco Boys Chorus

The San Francisco Boys Chorus (SFBC) is comprised of the Grammy award-winning Concert Chorus, the Graduate Chorale, the Hand Bell Program and the four-level Chorus School, which includes the Preparatory Chorus.

The CONCERT CHORUS is the SFBC’s premiere performing ensemble and is comprised of choristers who exhibit vocal excellence, performance flair, and exceptional musicianship skills. Led by Artistic Director, Ian Robertson, the committed Concert Chorus members, ages 10 to 13, present a full concert series in the San Francisco Bay Area, tour nationally and internationally, record often and appear annually with renowned artistic partners, such as the San Francisco Opera, the San Francisco Symphony, the San Francisco Ballet, the Robert Moses Kin Dance Company and other Bay Area arts organizations such as George Cleve’s Midsummer Mozart Festival and Stanford Live.

The Concert Chorus is the level to which Chorus School singers aspire. Under the guidance of our Associate Artistic Director, the San Francisco Boys Chorus faculty team train youngsters through four CHORUS SCHOOL levels, beginning as early as kindergarten in the Preparatory Chorus (Level I) and up through the Junior (Level II), Apprentice (Level III), and in time to the Intermediate Choruses. (Level IV).

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Celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Summer of Love



We celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Summer of Love with a special 3-part mini series of concerts, starting this Saturday June 17th at 7:30 p.m.

The featured artist will be violinist Lucian Kano Balmer. He will be performing with Joanna Mack on sitar and Josh Mellinger on tabla, but he also will be joined by Ivo Bukolic on viola. In addition, Balmer will perform as a vocalist, as well as a violinist. His group will play and improvise on traditional Hindustani music. However, the program will also include original pieces by Balmer, which he describes as “Raga-infused.”

For details and ticket information visit http://sunsetarts.wordpress.com or call 415-564-2324

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Magic, Mystery, and Music – a special Halloween Event!


Celebrate Halloween at our first Halloween concert and costume party. The program will feature songs of magic, mystery, and intrigue from opera and Broadway. There will also be a special appearance by conjuror Jeffrery Korst. Finally a prize will be awarded for the best costume—so come dressed up to the event! A fun event for the entire family.

Date & Time: Monday October 26 at 6.30 p.m.
Venue: 1750 29th Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94122
Tickets: $15 General, $12 Seniors. Children are admitted for free!
Buy tickets online here.

For more information visit http://sunsetarts.wordpress.com 

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Favorites from Opera and Broadway with members of the San Francisco Opera

Sunset Music | Arts, invites you to celebrate its first anniversary in a gala concert featuring soloists from the San Francisco Opera Chorus, accompanied by Ian Robertson, chorus master and conductor of the  San Francisco Opera and artistic director of the San Francisco Boys Chorus. The program will include favorites from opera and Broadway shows. A festive reception follows the concert.

Date & Time: Sunday August, 9 at 4 p.m.
Venue: 1750 29th Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94122
Tickets: $30 General, $25 Seniors and Students
Buy tickets online here.

For more information visit http://sunsetarts.wordpress.com

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July 2014 issue of The Word – a quarterly newsletter from Incarnation

The July 2014 Edition of our quarterly newsletter, The Word, is now online! Read it here.


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