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A joyful celebration for our fifth anniversary season, the YWCP Gala will feature our Young Women’s Chorus singing with special guest artists Kitka. Expect a powerful musical journey from the ethereal sounds of contemplative folk melodies to rousing contemporary compositions of pure joy.
YWCP’s second annual festival features invited choirs from the Bay Area and Canada to perform together under the inspiring leadership of Boston-based guest conductor, Anthony Trecek-King. Over 200 young women will learn and perform together through this community outreach program.
Folk-inspired repertoire will transport concertgoers to rural villages and back to our exciting concert venue. Music by known composers such Kodály, Bartok, and Vaughan-Williams as well as other contemporary settings of folk tunes, will be heard. The finale of YWCP’s year of remarkable musical growth, this Spring Showcase Concert features our four performing ensembles: Prelude Chorus, Allegro Chorus, Allegro Ensemble and the Young Women’s Chorus.
The Young Women’s Chorus joins forces with San Francisco Conservatory Chorus and the Lund University Men’s Chorus to perform one of the greatest masterworks of the twentieth century with world-renowned conductor, Esa-Pekka Salonen and his Philharmonia Orchestra of London.
Celebrate with YWCP, composers and guest artists on the release of our debut album, Rejoice!
Allegro Ensemble and the Young Women’s Chorus perform for the San Francisco Symphony’s annual concerts for families.
Join our premiere chorus, the Young Women’s Chorus of San Francisco, for an awe-inspiring, candle-lit evening of holiday music. Michael Haydn’s Magnificat, and music by Gyöngyösi, Kodály, Szymko, Sibelius, Levine and others will be featured, as well as many carols for chorus and audience.
Our annual Holiday Showcase concert features all four of YWCP’s performing ensembles, over 100 voices strong, singing together and as individual choirs. The young women perform inspiring songs of peace by Bach, Haydn, Levine, Matsushita, Rutter, and Sibelius, as well as carols of the season.
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