MUSIC: Cappella SF Fall Concerts

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    Ragnar Bohlin Photo: Roy Manzanares

Cappella SF presents "Timeless: Music Through Ten Centuries", a concert featuring choral music from its early beginning in the Western world. The chamber choir will perform in Saratoga and in San Francisco.

The repertoire includes pieces by Hildegard Von Bingen, Guillaume De Machaut, Isaac/Praetorius/Bach, Ludvig Norman, Francis Poulenc, Benjamin Britten, Arvo Pärt, Ola Gjeilo, and Mason Bates.

Artistic Director and Conductor: Ragnar Bohlin, Director of the San Francisco Symphony Chorus.



When: Saturday, October 28 at 7:00 pm
Where: St Andrew's Episcopal Church, Saratoga
For tickets to the Saratoga concert click here.

Cantabile Youth Singers of Silicon Valley and Artistic Director Elena Sharkova will join for a side-by-side appearance. A reception follows the concert.


When: Sunday, October 29 at 5:00 pm
Where: Mission Dolores Basilica, San Francisco
For tickets to the San Francisco concert click here:

The Young Women's Choral Projects and Artistic Director Susan McMane will join for a side-by-side appearance. A reception follows the concert.

About Cappella SF

Cappella SF is a professional chamber choir, founded by Ragnar Bohlin, Artistic Director of the Grammy-award winning San Francisco Symphony Chorus. Cappella SF was created to bring the magic of a cappella music from all stylistic periods to the Bay Area and beyond at the highest artistic level. Members of the ensemble are veterans of the leading professional chorus groups of the San Francisco Bay Area, including Chanticleer, Philharmonia Baroque Chorale, American Bach Soloists and the choruses of San Francisco Symphony and San Francisco Opera. Its members teach, lead ensembles and appear as soloists throughout the Bay Area and beyond.

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