Spring Glee Club Workshop/Fundraiser - May 14
Date: May 3, 2011
Location: California, USA
Choir type: Professional Choirs
SPRING GLEE CLUB - MAY 14 - with SAN FRANCISCO RENAISSANCE VOICES
Ever want to be a Wiffenpoof? ... Ever wonder what it would be like to sing with San Francisco Renaissance Voices? Join San Francisco Renaissance Voices for our first Spring Glee Club and learn the popular musical forms from the past of Catch and Glee with plenty of group sing-a-long under the baton of San Francisco Renaissance Voices' Assistant Music Director Katherine McKee and special guest instructors. Instruments (especially recorders) are invited to come and play along - join us for a half or whole day!
SCHEDULE:Morning session (registration begins at 9:30 AM) 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
Potluck Lunch (beverages will be provided)
Afternoon session (registration begins at Noon) 12:30 PM - 2:00 PM
DATE: Saturday, May 14
LOCATION: Seventh Avenue Presbyterian Church, 1329 Seventh Avenue, San Francisco
TICKETS: $25 for half day, $40 for full day session - at the door or online at: www.SFRV.org
This is San Francisco Renaissance Voices’ spring fundraiser so if you can’t attend, consider making a donation on-line at: www.SFRV.org!
What are Catches and Glees?
San Francisco Renaissance Voices are Artists-in-Residence with Seventh Avenue Performances (San Francisco) and made their debut in 2004 with a sold-out performance of Victoria's Requiem. Under the leadership of Todd Jolly, Music Director and Katherine McKee, Assistant Music Director, the group has consistently earned praise for our "gossamer sound ... a sound something akin to spiritual levitation" as well as recognition for our imaginative programming and lauded as "a standout within the crowded field of Bay Area early music ensembles" by San Francisco Classical Voice (July 2009). We are dedicated to performing and exploring the a cappella choral music of the Renaissance particularly lesser-known and rarely-performed works, as well as exploring music from this period outside of the traditional European canon and have been featured by such publications as The Los Angeles Times, The San Francisco Chronicle, Newsday, USA Today and the national magazine Early Music America, among others. Most recently, San Francisco Renaissance Voices was selected as "Best Classical Music" for 2010 by SFWeekly.