Slavyanka MenÃ‚â€™s Russian Chorus and Women Singers Present
In honor of the 140th and 70th anniversaries of his birth and deathÃ‚â€¦
Ã‚â€œRachmaninoff Known and UnknownÃ‚â€�
Lovers of choral music wonÃ‚â€™t want to miss one of these three
opportunities to hear glorious choral music from one of RussiaÃ‚â€™s
greatest composers. YouÃ‚â€™ve heard his dazzling piano and orchestral
compositions, now come hear some of Rachmaninoff 's equally amazing
choral works, including selections from his beloved Ã‚â€œVespersÃ‚â€� and less
well known Ã‚â€œLiturgyÃ‚â€� -- some of the most moving pieces of sacred music
ever written -- plus rarely heard secular romances, "Three Russian Folk
Songs" with piano accompaniment, and a beautiful choral concerto that
Rachmaninoff wrote when he was just twenty years old.
These concerts will feature SlavyankaÃ‚â€™s traditional menÃ‚â€™s choir,
augmented by our new Slavyanka Women Singers, a forty voice ensemble in
all, led by SlavyankaÃ‚â€™s exciting new artistic director Irina Shachneva.
If you havenÃ‚â€™t seen Slavyanka recently, check out our YouTube videos
featured on San Francisco Classical Voice at
ItÃ‚â€™s a musical feast for singers and audience that you wonÃ‚â€™t want to miss.
7:30pm Friday Nov 1 Tiburon Westminster Presbyterian Church, 240 Tiburon
4pm Saturday Nov 2 Palo Alto St. Mark's Episcopal Church, 600 Colorado
5pm Sunday Nov 3 Kensington Unitarian Universalist Church of Berkeley
1 Lawson Road, Kensington (near intersection of Moeser Lane & Arlington
Tickets available online at http://www.slavyanka.org/
and at the door
Reserved Front Rows: $23 in advance/$25 door
General Admission: $18 in advance/$20 door
Seniors & Students: $13 in advance/$15 door, Kids under 12 Free!
For group discounts or more information, please contact Paul Andrews at
, or 510-798-7966.