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San Francisco Girls Chorus – Chorus School Level IV – Friday, June 3 at 8 pm



San Francisco Girls Chorus
Chorus School Level IV

Dr. Anne K. Hege, conductor

Florence B. Price The Moonbridge
Nacio Herb Brown, arr. Anita Kerr Singing in the Rain
Yossi Spivak, arr. Shira Cion Ma Navu
Pekka Kostiainen Moni kakku paalta kaunis
Sheldon Secunda Donna, Donna
Michael McGlynn Cunnla
Morten Lauridsen Dirait-On
Hark, I Hear the Harps Eternal traditional, arr. Alice Parker
Kinley Lange Esto Les Digo
Orlande de Lassus In pace in idipsum and Sicut rosa
Fanny Mendelssohn Wandl’ ich in dem Wald des Abends

The San Francisco Girls Chorus prepares girls and young women from diverse backgrounds for success, on stage and in life, through rigorous, empowering music education, and enriches Bay Area cultural life through innovative vocal performance.

The vision of the San Francisco Girls Chorus is to produce performances of the highest artistic caliber; to provide music education for girls and young women from all ethnic and socio-economic backgrounds; to be a leader in the field through creativity and innovation; to give the girls and young women who participate in Chorus programs the skills, self-discipline and confidence to succeed in music and in life; and to instill in the choristers a lifelong love of music; and to communicate this passion through involvement with the greater community.

Level IV is the most advanced ensemble of the San Francisco Girls Chorus School. Level IV choristers are increasingly invited to participate in professional-level performance opportunities. In recent years, Level IV has appeared with San Francisco Opera, and has performed with San Francisco Bach Society, San Francisco Symphony, as well as for special performances for dignitaries. Choristers in Level IV are generally between the ages of 11-16.

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