Livermore, Calif. – The Valley Concert Chorale, the Tri-Valley’s premier chorus for over 50 years, is now scheduling appointments for auditions for singers who would like to be a part of the Chorale’s 2017-2018 concert season. Auditions will be held on the following dates:
- Mondays, September 11, 18 and 25
Auditions and rehearsals are held at the First Presbyterian Church of Livermore. The church is located at 2020 Fifth Street.
The Chorale is seeking experienced singers with sight-reading skills who enjoy singing exciting and challenging music. The Chorale performs a wide variety of music ranging from classical to contemporary, and folk to jazz. To schedule an appointment, call (925) 736-9731.
The Chorale’s concert season will feature the following performances:
- December – “A Midwinter Rose” with music by Berkey, Joubert and Mathias
- March – “The Eternal Rose” with Lauridsen’s Lux Aeterna and Elder’s Requiem
- May – “A Rose for Love” with Brahms’ Liebeslieder Waltzes and Gypsy Songs, and the witty P.D.Q. Bach’s Liebeslieder Polkas, just for fun!
More information about the Valley Concert Chorale is available at www.valleyconcertchorale.org or by calling the general information line at (925) 866-4003.
About Valley Concert Chorale
For over 50 years, the Valley Concert Chorale is the Tri-Valley’s premier chorus. Under the direction of John Emory Bush, the Chorale has offered a variety of musical performances to serve the diverse musical tastes of its audiences.
Valley Concert Chorale’s mission is to engage audiences in the transforming power of music by sharing their passion and joy in live performance. They are dedicated to excellence in singing choral music of all genres, nurturing the next generation of singers, and supporting musical endeavors in the Tri-Valley community.
The all-volunteer, non-profit chorale receives financial support from grants, ticket sales, membership dues, fundraisers and donations.
About the Director
John Emory Bush has been the Artistic Director and Conductor of the Valley Concert Chorale since 1998. He holds a Master’s degree from the Juilliard School of Music and is also trained as a pianist, organist and harpist. He was Music Director and Conductor of the San Francisco Concert Chorale for eighteen seasons and Director of Music and Organist at St. Matthew’s Episcopal Cathedral in Dallas from 2000-2010. Mr. Bush is Music Director of Music and Organist at First United Methodist Church, McKinney, Texas. For the past fifteen years, Mr. Bush has divided his time between the Bay Area and Dallas, contributing to both musical communities.
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