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Current Season & Tickets

2019-2020
Our 72nd Season
CHORAL ARTISTRY


UP NEXT!  BUY TICKETS  CONCERT POSTPONED DUE TO CORONAVIRUS — PLEASE STAY TUNED FOR MORE INFORMATION

Saturday, March 21 at 7 pm and Sunday, March 22 at 3 pm – Choral Tapestry concert at Trinity Episcopal Church. POSTPONED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE DUE TO CORONAVIRUS

Join us as Conductor Jo Anne Wasserman leads the Santa Barbara Choral Society as they weave a Choral Tapestry. Delight in a program of a cappella and piano-accompanied sacred and folk music from around the world in the rich acoustic of Trinity Episcopal Church. Celebrate the choral art that connects humanity across cultures, languages, and time, with repertoire from the 1500’s to the present, from England, Germany, Moravia, Scotland, Venezuela, Africa and America, featuring composers Britten, Mendelssohn, Kirchner, Wilberg and more!

TICKETS
$10 youth
$25 general admission
$50 VIP
(VIP ticket includes premier seating and pre-concert reception on Saturday or post-concert reception on Sunday)

Tickets available NOW online and at Chaucer’s Books


Saturday, April 4 – Groovy Gala at Rockwood Woman’s Club

1960’s theme showcases the chorus in concert, along with cocktails, hors d’oeuvres, and auction.

Tickets available on sbchoral.org in early 2020

 

 


Saturday, May 16 and Sunday, May 17 – Beethoven’s 250th Birthday Celebration at The Granada Theatre

Nir Kabaretti, conductor. In collaboration with fellow community choral groups

Tickets available at The Granada Theatre Box Office

 

 


Monday, May 25 – Memorial Day Tribute to the Armed Services sponsored by Pierre Claeyssens’ Veterans Foundation at the Santa Barbara Cemetery.

FREE to all, no ticket required.

Please join us in this moving tribute of music and words honoring the sacrifices of our military personnel.

 

 


Previously this season:

Saturday, October 12 – 7:30pm – American Masters, a collaborative project with State Street Ballet

Featuring Chichester Psalms (Leonard Bernstein), Lux Aeterna (Morten Lauridsen), and Appalachian Spring (Aaron Copland)
Choreography by William Soleau

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Saturday, December 14 and Sunday, December 15 – Hallelujah Project  7 at the Lobero Theatre – the family-friendly holiday musical tradition continues with a program of traditional and classical seasonal favorites with orchestra. The Goleta Valley Junior High Chorus will join the Choral Society onstage, and Andrew Firestone will be our Special Guest narrator for “‘Twas the Night Before Christmas.”

Tickets available at the Lobero Theatre Box Office