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Sing-ins in the East Bay

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  • Paul Sinasohn
    These are a fun break from the usual round of hymns and pop pieces. I highly recommend the Verdi Requiem (7/6) and Carmina Burana (8/3) Thanks for riding on my
    Message 1 of 1 , Jun 15, 1999
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      These are a fun break from the usual round of hymns and pop pieces. I
      highly recommend the Verdi Requiem (7/6) and Carmina Burana (8/3)

      Thanks for riding on my train of thought!
      Paul Sinasohn Bass, unattached

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      SEVENTH ANNUAL SUMMER SING-INS DRAW SINGERS TO EAST BAY

      New Night, New Venue

      You think you sound good in the shower? Wait until you join with
      hundreds of Bay Area "shower" singers, as well as members of Bay Area
      choirs and choruses for the Seventh Annual Oakland Symphony Chorus
      Summer Sing-Ins.

      On seven consecutive Tuesday evenings from Tuesday, July 6 to August
      10 from 7:00 to 9:30 p.m., choral enthusiasts from the Bay Area and
      beyond will sing through choral masterworks, such as Faur?'s Requiem
      and Bach's Magnificat, with celebrated Bay Area conductors, including
      Vance George, Chorus Director of the San Francisco Symphony Chorus.

      Please note that after its first six years holding sing-ins on
      Wednesdays, the Oakland Symphony Chorus has moved to a new night,
      Tuesday, and a new place-the First Covenant Church just off Highway
      13, Redwood Rd. exit, next to Safeway. Sing-Ins are open to the public
      (love of singing is the only requirement), music scores are provided,
      no advance reservation is required and parking is
      plentiful. Registration at the door is $7 for each evening or $35 for
      the series. Proceeds benefit the Oakland Symphony Chorus' scholarship
      program. For more information, please call 510-428-3172

      July 6 Joseph Liebling, Former Music Director, Oakland Symphony Chorus.
      VERDI: REQUIEM

      July 13 Vance George, Chorus Director, San Francisco Symphony Chorus.
      HAYDN: LORD NELSON MASS

      July 20 Marika Kuzma, Director, UC Chamber Chorus & University Chorus;
      Associate Professor of Music, UC Berkeley. FAUR?: REQUIEM; BRAHMS:
      LIEBESLIEDER WALTZES

      July 27 Richard Grant Director, Pacific Mozart Ensemble. MOZART:
      C-MINOR MASS

      Aug 3 Michael Morgan, Music Director Oakland East Bay Symphony;
      Principal Conductor, Sacramento Philharmonic. RACHMANINOFF: THE BELLS
      OR ORFF: CARMINA BURANA

      Aug 10 Robert Worth, Professor of Music, Sonoma State University;
      Artistic Director, Sonoma County Bach Society. MOZART: REQUIEM; BACH:
      MAGNIFICAT

      Aug 17 Magen Solomon, Music Director, Oakland Symphony Chorus; Music
      Director, San Francisco Choral Artists. BRAHMS: REQUIEM

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