East Bay a capella chamber chorus Sacred & Profane has openings! Audidtions for our 2017-2018 season are available this August for all voices (SATB), with room especially for Tenor, Bass/Baritone, and Soprano 1.
Sacred & Profane has openings for voices in all sections (SATB). If you are an experienced singer with a healthy voice & a great attitude, please audition with us for 2017-2018, our 40th Anniversary Season. Auditions available in June and August 2017.
Concerts will take place in Berkeley and San Francisco. Rehearsals are held on Monday evenings 7:30-10 PM in downtown Oakland, with one additional Wednesday and one Saturday rehearsal per set. Dress rehearsals occasionally fall mid-week as well.
For more information about the choir, participation requirements, the audition process, or to schedule an audition, please e-mail email@example.com.
The Night Sky: Secular Songs of Stars, the Northern Lights, and the Evening
Featuring music by Mendelssohn, Brahms, Alfvén, Rehnqvist, Gjeilo, Gibbs, Esenvalds, and others.
Sacred German Masterpieces
Featuring Bach’s Sei Lob und Pres mit Ehren, Brahms’ Warum ist das Licht gegeben, Distler’s Totentanz, and Mahler’s Ich bin der Welt abhanden gekommen.
Sacred and Profane’s 40th Anniversary Concert
Featuring Britten’s choral cycle Sacred and Profane, Tormis’ Curse Upon Iron, Pärt’s Da pacem Domine, Martynov’s Beatitudes, and the world premiere of a new work commissioned from Swedish composer Karin Rehnqvist.
About Sacred & Profane
Founded in 1977, S&P is a chamber chorus that performs a wide variety of choral music. Concert repertoire includes sacred and secular works from the middle ages to the contemporary period, drawing from classical, ethnic, and folk traditions, with an emphasis on a cappella repertoire. We aim to provide an inspiring and educational experience for audiences and chorus members through innovative programming, intensive preparation and high quality performances. S&P is composed of approximately 24 singers (SATB), each bringing a high level of experience & musicianship to the chorus.
For more information visit www.sacredprofane.org.