2/9, Santa Clara, The Choral Project’s ART OF SOUND: SEEKING A HOME
Santa Clara, CA
The Choral Project presents:
The Choral Project’s ART OF SOUND: SEEKING A HOME
Sat, Feb 9, 8pm in Santa Clara, also Sun, Feb 10, 5pm in Santa Cruz, Santa Clara
MORE INFO: https://www.choralproject.org/
Building on the theme of homelessness, The Choral Project (TCP), the award-winning, Silicon Valley-based choir, will partner with three homeless advocacy groups, The Social Ministry Program at the Cathedral Basilica of St. Joseph, Winter Faith Collaborative at Grace Baptist Church (San Jose) and The Homeless Garden Project (Santa Cruz). TCP will share a portion of its proceeds with these organizations, for its first concert of the New Year, ART OF SOUND: Seeking a Home.
ART OF SOUND will have repertoire about home and searching for safe haven, including (by popular request) a reprise performance of “Somewhere” from West Side Story, featuring movement and sign language by the singers.
Kodutee (Journey Home) ~ Part Uusberg
The Little Match Girl Passion ~ David Lang
Heavenly Home (Unclouded Day * Angel Band * Hallelujah) ~ Shawn Kirchner
MA ~ Kunal Gala
Past Life Melodies ~ Sarah Hopkins
Prayer to the Celtic Moon ~ arr. Daniel Hughes
The Road Home ~ Stephen Paulus
Somewhere ~ Leonard Bernstein, arr. Robert Edgerton
Sat, Feb 9, 8pm in Santa Clara, also Sun, Feb 10, 5pm in Santa Cruz
Mission Santa Clara de Asis
500 El Camino Real
Santa Clara, CA, 95050
$25 General Admission; $20 Senior Admission; $10 Student/Alumni.
About The Choral Project:
Celebrating 23 years of musical excellence, The Choral Project (TCP) has developed an outstanding reputation for performing high-level choral literature, and has received numerous awards in some of the world’s most celebrated choral festivals. For more information, visit www.choralproject.org