From Requiem to Rejoicing

Our Fall Concert, on Saturday, November 5, 2016, encompasses a range of musical offerings to stir the heart and mind. The program includes two works by Gabriel Fauré—the suave, calm “Cantique de Jean Racine” and the intense, moving Requiem—as well as Festival Te Deum and the delightfully eccentric cantata, “Rejoice in the Lamb,” by Benjamin Britten.   For a closer look at the program, click here


Audio Clips from our Spring 2016 Concert

Requiem (Op 54)   Camille Saint-Saens

II  Dies Irae (be patient; it takes a few seconds before it plays)






Requiem Mass in D minor (K626)   Wolfgang Amadeus  Mozart

II Dies Irae

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Want to join us for the fall series?  

Auditions to join the Chorus will be held during the first 3 rehearsals of the fall season, on Wednesdays, August 24 and 31 and September 7, 7:00-9:30 p.m. (If you need to audition at a later date, please email operations@sfcitychorus.org.)


Wondering about the range of music that the chorus has covered over the years?  For a listing of past performance pieces, click the link below.