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Third Sunday Series, Schola Cantorum SF, September 17

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  • David Alban
    Church of the Advent Third Sunday Series presents: Schola Cantorum San Francisco John Renke, director in a feast of English Renaissance choral music! Sunday
    Message 1 of 1 , Sep 3, 2006
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      Church of the Advent Third Sunday Series presents:

      Schola Cantorum San Francisco
      John Renke, director

      in a feast of English Renaissance choral music!

      Sunday September 17, 2006 at 4:00pm

      Program

      O nata lux Thomas Tallis
      In ieiunio et fletu Tallis
      Ne irascaris William Byrd
      L�tentur cli Byrd
      Mass for Five Voices Byrd

      Admission Free

      A Festive Reception follows!

      Please join us as we welcome our new neighbors,
      The San Francisco Conservatory of Music

      Prior to the Concert, Schola Adventus will sing:
      Solemn Evensong & Benediction at 3:00pm
      Music of Blitheman, Stanford, Smith & Vale


      Church of the Advent
      261 Fell Street (between Franklin & Gough)
      San Francisco
      (415) 431-5439
      The Rev. Paul Anthony Burrows, Rector
      Paul M Ellison, Director of Music
      music@...


      Join us next month for a Recital by Chanson du Soir
      Chelsea Camille, soprano
      David Isaacs, guitar
      Sunday October 15th at 4pm


      Schola Cantorum San Francisco

      Since founding Schola Cantorum San Francisco in 1998, director John
      Renke has molded the singers into a cohesive group, whose careful
      attention to phrasing and clarity has caught the attention of
      audiences throughout the Bay Area, nationally and internationally.
      Renowned for its brilliant interpretations of Renaissance vocal
      works, SCSF is equally at home with Baroque and Classical styles, up
      to and including contemporary choral works. Between 1998 and 2005,
      the Schola sang regularly weekly services at the National Shrine of
      Saint Francis of Assisi in San Francisco.

      This twelve-voice ensemble was re-organized in 2005 as an independent
      non-profit corporation, and now offers its treasured gift of music
      for liturgies, concerts, and private events, in addition to providing
      educational and community outreach programs throughout the San
      Francisco Bay Area.

      The choir's two CDs, Pilgrimage and This Christmas Night, have been
      critically acclaimed internationally, garnering praise for a sound
      "equal to the best of the mixed-voice choirs in Great Britain"


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