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Lion King Choir

We have prepared a season of CELEBRATION, INSPIRATION, and far off DESTINATIONS…including the highly-anticipated ONE-NIGHT-ONLY concert with one of the world’s most celebrated vocal groups, THE KING’S SINGERS, plus some all-time favorites from the last 20 years. Don’t miss a single note and get your tickets TODAY!

A concert of rarely performed choral masterpieces

The Choral Project continues its mid-season traditional offering of exciting and virtuosic choral music with “The Art of Sound.” This season’s inspirational program includes world premiere commissions by Eric William Barnum, and Joshua Shank, while also featuring favorite selections from the past twenty seasons. Popular selections include Lithuanian composer Kristina Vasiliauskaite’s stunning “Missa Brevis” and Latvian composer Juris Karlsons’ virtuosic masterpiece “Neslegtais gredzens” (The Unclosed Ring). Music by Vaclovas Augustinas and Eriks Ešenvalds round out this one-of-a-kind concert.

We invite you to join us in three locations: First Presbyterian Church of Palo Alto, Holy Cross Church in Santa Cruz, and Mission Santa Clara de Asis.

08 APR / FRI / 8:00 PM

First Presbyterian Church | 1140 Cowper Street, Palo Alto

09 APR / SAT / 8:00 PM

Holy Cross Church | 126 High Street, Santa Cruz

10 APR / SUN / 2:00 PM

Mission Santa Clara de Asís | 500 El Camino Real, Santa Clara

EARTHSONGS: Destination

The Choral Project takes a trip around the world and back again

The Choral Project wraps up its 20th season with a program featuring music from far off destinations. Along with a world-premiere arrangement of “Summertime” by acclaimed composer/arranger Mac Huff, the choir will offer Moira Smiley’s engaging “Bring Me Little Water, Silvy, ” and Ysaye Barnwell’s touching “Wanting Memories, ” as well as favorites from the past twenty seasons, including Theodore Lucas’s playful and moving “Together, ” Lebo M’s freedom song “One By One” from Disney’s Broadway musical The Lion King, and the ever-popular setting of Robert Burn’s poem, “A Red, Red, Rose” by James Mulholland.

We invite you to hear us in three locations: First Presbyterian Church of Palo Alto, Peace United Church of Christ in Santa Cruz, and Mission Santa Clara de Asis. Join us as we conclude a season of celebration!

03 JUN / FRI / 8:00 PM

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