OUR FALL WILL BE BUSY. In November we will sing Itaipú by contemporary composer Phillip Glass and Schicksalslied (Song of Fate) by Johannes Brahms.
In December we return to perform our Second Annual Sing-Along Messiah, in which Thomas Davies conducts both the SLO Master Chorale singers and audience during choral sections of Handel’s famous oratorio. Tune up your singing voice for this joyful event! Tickets for Sing-Along Messiah will be offered at reduced prices thanks to a generous grant from the Foundation for the Performing Arts Center.
In May, 2017 the SLO Master Chorale, in collaboration with Ballet Theatre San Luis Obispo, will perform Carl Orff’s powerful Carmina Burana. Two performances are scheduled. Watch for the dates and times!
Enrollment for San Luis Obispo Master Chorale is through Cuesta College Community Programs.
Lyn Baker Recently Honored
On April 1 of this year, Cuesta College honored SLO Master Chorale board member, Lyn Baker, for selflessly serving the college and community, with the Betty Nielsen award. First awarded in 1995, this award is given in memory of College Trustee Betty Nielsen, considered the epitome of volunteerism.
San Luis Obispo Symphony
On May 7, the San Luis Obispo Master Chorale will join forces with the Cal Poly Choirs for the San Luis Obispo Symphony’s final concert of their 2015-16 season, a performance of Gustav Mahler’s incredible Symphony #2, “The Resurrection Symphony”.
A fabulous performance. Our family really enjoyed the San Luis Obispo Master Chorale. Sweet music to our ears!
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