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The Neuroscience of Group Singing: It’s good for you!

Singing is simply good for us, as individuals, as couples, as groups of friends, as a community. That’s something those of us who love to sing have always believed, certainly, but now there’s science to back it up. If you’re a singer — even if you’ve been unable to do any group singing for a Read More »

Messiah Turns 278 Today!

On this day in 1742 the most popular choral work in the world premiered in Dublin. Until the covid-19 pandemic shuttered the performances spaces, it was performed regularly around the globe, certainly at Christmas, but occasionally at Easter. SBCS performed selections of Parts I, II, and III in an Easter Messiah at Hahn Hall in Read More »

Sunset Soiree 2020 a Success – Richard Mineards Reviews

    SB Choral Society Soirée It was an evening of high note when board member Todd and Allyson Aldrich hosted a sunset soirée for Santa Barbara Choral Society at their Montecito ocean view aerie. “It’s a nice way of saying a big thank you to our Canto Society members who are the real foundation Read More »

American Masters, October 12: Our First Offering of 2019-2020 “Choral Artistry” Season

Don’t miss this one-night-only triple bill at The Granada, a Choral Society and State Street Ballet collaboration, with the Choral Society and Orchestra conducted by Jo Anne Wasserman. Featuring choreography by William Soleau, set to American composer Leonard Bernstein’s powerful Chichester Psalms, with chorus, orchestra, and countertenor Jacob Hall; renowned composer Morten Lauridsen’s ethereal Lux Aeterna, and Aaron Read More »

Memorial Day remembrance brings out about 1000 in Santa Barbara – KEYT

Source: Memorial Day remembrance brings out about 1000 in Santa Barbara – KEYT

Memorial Day Ceremony: Monday, May 27

Join us on Monday, May 27, at 10:00 a.m. at Santa Barbara Cemetery as we pay tribute to those who served our nation. Admission is free. Click here to read the Noozhawk article.