Our 2022/23 season will feature something for everyone, from classical to contemporary programming, and a special guest performance by Voctave!
The Hallelujah Project
December 10 and 11, 2022
Launch your holiday season with our perrennial favorite “The Hallelujah Project”at the Lobero Theatre, Dec. 10 and 11 with its seasonal classics and traditional holiday music, performed by chorus, orchestra and the angelic voices of children, who are drawn this year from The Music Academy’s SING! program.
Join our 75th Anniversary
We invite singers who have been Choral Society members in the past to participate in some of our 75th Anniversary events as a special Alumni Chorus. Please contact Paul Warner to register interest.
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DISCOVER CHORAL MUSIC
Whether you are new to choral music, or a seasoned audience member, the experience is equally moving and inspiring. Choral music, sung by multiple voice parts, combines the vocal qualities of many singers seamlessly coming together as one voice and becomes transcendental when a chorus gives everything it can in each precise moment.
MEET THE CONDUCTOR
The 2021-2022 Season marks Jo Anne Wasserman’s 29th year as Artistic Director and Conductor of the Santa Barbara Choral Society. We thought we’d share a few things about her that you might not be aware of.
MEET THE CHORUS
The oldest of Santa Barbara’s community performing arts organizations, the Santa Barbara Choral Society is a semi-professional chorus comprised of about 80 auditioned singers from the Santa Barbara area.
“Something magical happens when some 80 voices come together in song. Socially and emotionally…it’s a fullfilling experience like no other. In a word: uplifting!”
IH, Santa Barbara
SING WITH US!
Auditions are normally held in August for the coming season, but we are always open to welcoming new members. Our 2022-2023 Season will feature music by Handel, Lauridsen, Tin, and Mozart to name a few!
We celebrate the joy of choral music, performing classical masterpieces and exciting modern works. There’s something for everyone.
NEWS & REVIEWS
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