San Diego Pro Arte Voices Event Calendar
2017-2018 Season

5th Annual

San Diego Summer Choral Festival

August 04, 2017
St. Andrew’s by the Sea Episcopal Church
1050 Thomas Ave San Diego, CA 92109

This concert features a mix of sacred and secular pieces, and is seen as a collage of great choral works, known and unknown. 2017 will include music by Eriks Esenvalds, Herbert Howells, Claudio Monteverdi, Jonathan Dove, and our composer-in-residence for the festival, Shawn Kirchner.

Join us before the concert and during intermission for a silent auction, with all proceeds benefitting the San Diego Pro Arte Voices. Auction items include a dinner for eight cooked by the Artistic Director, a one-hour conducting lesson with the Artistic Director, passes to local museums, a $150 gift card to Mille Fleur, a night out at the movies, stained glass artwork, a personalized succulent garden, one-hour massage, a behind the scenes tour of KPBS, and lots of wine.

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An Evening of Readings & Carols

December 15, 2017
Village Community Presbyterian Church
6225 Paseo Delicias Rancho Santa Fe, CA 92067

December 16, 2017
St. Andrew’s by the Sea Episcopal Church
1050 Thomas AvenueSan Diego, CA 92109

The San Diego Pro Arte Voices will present their fourth annual An Evening of Readings & Carols on Friday, December 15 and Saturday, December 16. The format of the concert is modeled after the famous Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols service at King’s College, Cambridge, presented every Christmas Eve since 1918 and broadcast live via BBC Radio. Musical selections will be paired with readings by distinguished guest speakers. This year's repertoire will include Herbert Howells Long, Long Ago, Ēriks Ešenvalds O Emmanuel, Stephen Paulus Splendid Jewel, and Alec Roth Song of Shepherds, among others..

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March 09, 2018
San Marcos Lutheran Church
3419 Grand Ave San Marcos, CA 92078

March 10, 2018
St. Andrew’s by the Sea Episcopal Church
1050 Thomas Avenue San Diego, CA 92109

This concert will feature the world premiere of L.O.S.T. by Jason Rosenberg, Ph.D., UCSD. Composed in the contemporary style, L.O.S.T. was written to be paired with Thomas Tallis’s Lamentations of Jeremiah from the Renaissance era. Each line of the piece begins with a different letter of the Hebrew alphabet. The four letters omitted from the Hebrew alphabet are L, O, S, and T.

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