If you read music and have choral experience, please contact Executive Director, Gerry Schultz, to set up an audition. Her email is firstname.lastname@example.org
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“Your choir is amazing.” “The talent overwhelms me.” “I love the big, supportive, wonderful family that is CRC!!”Filed under Uncategorized | Comments Off
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concert was wonderful yesterday!
The Requiem brought
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Had to pass this along…I talked to an enthusiastic woman outside Jacuzzi who came last night and was so moved she came again today! Saw lots of tears after the Requiem…looks like we did Rutter proud!
It was a fun program of Americana…and then Rutter! I barely breathed…excellent director!Filed under Uncategorized | Comments Off
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The California Redwood Chorale, directed by Robert Hazelrigg, is a 50-voice choir that is based in the Bay Area. We enjoy creating “Music Diplomacy” by singing in other countries. In June, we will be taking our 6th trip in 8 years. We are returning to Hungary for the third time and will join for the second time with the Monteverdi Chorus of Budapest. This great Hungarian chorus will also be singing with us in Vienna. Both choirs are excited to be seeing each other again.
During our April concert series, we will perform the music we are taking on this journey. The featured work is John Rutter’s sublime “Requiem”, with piano, cello, and oboe. Additional repertoire includes American and film music such as: “Cindy” for double choir and 4-hand piano, “Gabriel’s Oboe” from the film “The Mission”, “Joshua Fit the Battle of Jericho”, “Wade in the Water”, and a special appearance by the 8-member singing sensation, the Tangents.
CALIFORNIA REDWOOD CHORALE sings BEETHOVEN with the SONOMA COUNTY PHILHARMONIC on Nov. 15 and 16, 2014
CALIFORNIA REDWOOD CHORALE and SONOMA COUNTY PHILHARMONIC
Sonoma County Philharmonic
Norman Gamboa, conductor
Manuel Matarrita, piano
California Redwood Chorale
Robert Hazelrigg, conductor
John Hazelrigg, accompanist
DVORAK – Serenade for Wind Instruments, Op. 44
MOZART – Piano Concerto No. 23 in A major, K. 488
BEETHOVEN – Choral Fantasy in C minor, Op. 80
SRHS Auditorium for the Performing Arts
Santa Rosa, California 95401
Saturday, November 15, 2014 at 8pm
Sunday, November 16, 2014 at 2pmFiled under Uncategorized | Comments Off