Love and loss are interwoven throughout Jewish texts and traditions: The Song of Songs, David and Absalom, Naomi and Ruth. To these themes and stories we've added songs ancient and modern, folk music of the shtetl and Diaspora, all leavened with riddles, humor, and a dash of the unexpected. Once again we are collaborating with audience favorite, the internationally known klezmer trio Veretski Pass.|
THE CHORAL ARTISTS
SFCA has premiered over 230 works and is the winner of the 2012 ASCAP/Chorus America Award for Adventurous Programming, confirming its reputation for eclectic programming and stunning performances of music spanning 600 years. Under its Roger Nixon Living Music Initiative, SFCA supports the performance of works by living composers through programs such as the New Voices Project for composers under 30, and Composer-in-Residence and Composer-Not-in-Residence programs. The ensemble cultivates innovative collaborations and has performed with Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra, The Alexander String Quartet, Veretski Pass, Composers Inc., and The Whole Noyse.
"A performance by S.F. Choral Artists exemplifies contemporary choral music at its best." -- Maggee VanSpeybroeck, SFCV, 2 March 2013
"an inventive and elegantly crafted concert" -- Benjamin Frandzel, SFCV, 23 June 2013
Magen Solomon, Artistic Director
Under Magen Solomon's leadership since 1995, the Choral Artists have released several recordings, and performed at ACDA and Chorus America conferences. Active nationally as a guest conductor, adjudicator, and clinician, Dr. Solomon is also Artistic Director of the Stockton Chorale & Master Chorale, and directed the Oakland Symphony Chorus for twelve years.
Veretski Pass is an award winning klezmer trio dedicated to the performance and revitalization of East European Jewish instrumental music. Their recordings and concerts have repeatedly been on the 10-best lists of journalists since 2002.
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