Ready, Set, Sing! Tuesdays: January 4, 11, 18, and 25, 2022 7-9:30 p.m. Center for Spiritual Living Santa Rosa $100 General $75 Student This popular class, taught by internationally recognized countertenor Christopher Fritzsche, focuses on improving individual technique in the context of choral and solo singing. Designed for a range of singers from beginning to experienced levels, each session includes work on foundational as well as advanced technique. The class is limited in size in order to give participants more individual attention. All participants will leave with a new understanding of their own instrument as well as tools and exercises designed specifically for them. This personalized instruction occurs in mini voice lessons that take place in the context of the class. Participants are encouraged to bring questions about vocal technique as well as specific vocal challenges to be worked on and improved in class.
Early Music Discovery Day Sunday, February 20, 2022 12PM - 6PM Schroeder Hall, Green Music Center Bob Worth, small ensembles · Ruth Escher, solo singing · Kevin Cooper, plucked strings Barefoot All Stars, chamber music · David Parsons, organ · Sonoma Bach Choir A new type of event for us, our Discovery Day will be a fun afternoon of learning, listening, exploring, singing, playing and making new friends. Intended for anyone interested in music—singers, players, audience-members, scholars, students—the day will include classes taught by experts within our own community on such topics as chamber music, organs and keyboards, small vocal ensembles, plucked string instruments, and German Lieder. The Sonoma Bach Choir will perform a short set of music to kick off the day, and all attendees will join for a group sing at the end. Don’t miss this opportunity to expand your knowledge and to help weave our community more closely together!
Bachgrounders 35 minutes prior to each concert Each of our concerts is preceded by a lively half-hour presentation by our music director or by a special guest. These cover highlights of the repertoire, tips for listening, background material, and stories from the early music trenches. Many Bachgrounders include the participation of the full performing forces.
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