Our final concert of the season features many songs from foreign countries sung by all the YWCP ensembles, each singing solo and together. This program celebrates the beauty and inspiration weve received from foreign composers. Youll hear music from Mexico, Canada, Germany, England, and many other lands near and far.|
The Young Women's Choral Projects of San Francisco transforms the lives of young women through exceptional artistry in choral performance, and brings the expressive power of their music to the community, the nation, and the world. Through YWCP, young women ages 4-18 from richly diverse socio-ethnic backgrounds find their voices as singers, artists and women in a nurturing environment that empowers them to achieve artistic and personal excellence. YWCP offers six levels of choral experience, each with its own curriculum and musical objectives: Dolce Singers (a class for girls ages 4-6), Arietta Singers (a class for girls age 6-8), Prelude Chorus (beginning level), Allegro Chorus (intermediate level), Vivo Chorus (intermediate-advanced), and Young Women's Chorus (advanced level). All YWCP ensembles teach young women the joy of performing, and instill in each singer important life benefits such as confidence, focus, self-discipline, problem solving, responsibility and compassion.
Artistic Director Susan McMane is a world-renowned choral conductor specializing in treble choral music. In 2012, she became the founding director of the Young Women's Choral Projects of San Francisco, where she conducts the auditioned chorus of young women from grades 7-12 and oversees a training choral program for younger girls. Dr. McMane has won many awards for her work including three GRAMMY Awards with the San Francisco Symphony and the 2007 "Symphony of Excellence Arts Award" from the Pacific Musical Society.
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Calvary Presbyterian Church (View)
2515 Fillmore St
San Francisco, CA 94115
|Kid Friendly: Yes!|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|