A Global Holiday
Dec
7
3:00 PM15:00

A Global Holiday

The Claremont Chorale is proud to sing music from a variety of holiday celebrations around the world. We'll be performing a repertoire that includes Christmas, Hanukkah, and Kwanzaa music that represents the diversity of practices and traditions of the season. Selections will include contemporary compositions such as Lauridsen's "O Magnum Mysterium" and Rutter's "What Sweeter Music". Come celebrate the holiday season with us as we present songs from around the globe including "Kling Glockchen, Kling!", the spirited "Dide Ta Deo!", and an arrangement of Sweet Honey in the Rock's "Seven Principles." This is a holiday concert not to miss!

Advance purchase concert tickets ($17) are available online or directly from a member of the Chorale. Tickets ($20) also available at the door.

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She Shall Have Music
Mar
21
3:00 PM15:00

She Shall Have Music

In celebration of Women's History Month, the Claremont Chorale is excited to produce a concert of music written by women composers. Although women make up over half the world's population, you'll rarely find their creative voices heard in the concert hall. We're honored to bring you selected vocal music by women composers that crosses sacred, secular, and sublime. The center piece of the concert will be "The Golden Harp," written by Gwyneth Walker for chorus and string quartet.

Concert tickets available November 2019.

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A Night at the Movies
May
30
3:00 PM15:00

A Night at the Movies

Behind nearly every great movie scene is an equally memorable musical moment. Pay closer attention and you’ll notice just how many of these are powered by the human voice. From the crystal purity of the opening of Frozen to the primal sounds of Hans Zimmer’s score for Gladiator, there’s very little the voice can’t express! For the final concert of our 2019-2020 season we’ve assembled a blockbuster program of the highlights.

Concert tickets available November 2019.

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