The February 2014 issue of Choral Journal included three feature articles titled “Musical Settings of War Texts in Two 20th-Century British Choral Works,” “The Choral Music of Margaret Ruthven Lang,” and “The Complex Ancestry of ‘We Shall Overcome.’” The last article will be the subject of today’s ChoralNet blog, going along with
Executive Director: Douglas McCarroll / Artistic Director: Dr. Jennifer Seighman
Established in 1965 by Gwilym H. Isaac, the San Antonio Choral Society began as a community choir, with only a handful of singers, as a means to join with others who share the same passion for choral music and strive for excellence in performance. SACS has since grown to an 80+, mixed-voice performing ensemble open to talented men and women from all walks of life. Since the original charter was drafted, our established purpose “of performing sacred and secular choral works for the pleasure of and cultural well being of the community” continues to be the basic tenet by which SACS operates today.