With the exciting new release of American Voices, celebrating the contemporary choral traditions of America, we’ve decided to expand the celebration to encompass the entire twentieth century with a sale on Voices: 1900/2000 — a choral journey through the twentieth century featuring the San Francisco Symphony Chorus! Get it on sale this weekend for the limited-time price of $9.98 and free U.S. ground shipping!
The Grammy Award-winning San Francisco Symphony Chorus explores the rich variety of choral traditions of the 20th century. The Chorus’s acclaimed director, Vance George, has compiled a program of remarkable scope and variety. Voices 1900/2000 traces the last century’s extraordinary evolution of musical styles, through Romanticism, Expressionism, Impressionism, Minimalism, and a host of experimental forms along the way, incorporating chant, religion, jazz, folk, Broadway, pop and more. It includes an array of international influences, from America, England, France, Holland, Switzerland, and Hungary.
John Alexander Singers
This program of all-American delights includes stunning selections by such living legends as Morten Lauridsen and Eric Whitacre, as well as works from choral icon Dale Warland and the late master Norman Dello Joio. Rounding out the program are exciting creations by esteemed veteran John Muehleisen and the enticing newer voices of Joseph Gregorio, Michael Rickelton, and John Orfe, several heard in world premiere recordings. Revered choirmaster John Alexander draws exquisite performances from his singers, with sensitive and skillful support from pianist David Clemensen and trumpeter Barry Perkins in several pieces.