Come join us for the choir’s San Francisco end of season performance with a special opening set by The Oakland Youth Chorus Chamber Singers!
$15.00 advanced / $20 door
Children 12 and under Free
Season starts Feb 8th
New member intake starts at 6:30pm the first 4 rehearsals, February 8th, 10th, 15th, & 17th.
Rehearsal begins promptly at 7:00pm
Come sing with us. All are welcome!
Come sing with Mark Growden and The Calling All Choir at the Sunday Sing Thing, our weekly, drop-in community singing project.
As a community, we will sing songs from various folk traditions from around the world including rounds and canons, gospel songs from the American South, South African part songs, and songs composed by Growden and other contemporary composers. We welcome singers of all skill levels, from beginner to professional.
Doors open 6pm to 7:30pm
Suggested donation is $10-$20 sliding scale – but no one will be turned away for lack of funds.
We hope to see you soon.
All the best,
Mark Growden and The Calling All Choir
The Mark Growden Quartet and The Calling All Choir LIVE at California’s oldest theater!
This is Mark’s fourth year performing as part of Nevada City Live.
Mark Growden is a singer, writer, multi-instrumentalist, composer, record producer, visual artist, workshop leader, and the founder and artistic director of The Calling All Choir. He was raised in small mountain community in Northeast California where he spent lots of time alone in nature; this is reflected in his earthy, soulful and poetic work.
Growden has released several critically acclaimed albums, including Saint Judas, which was awarded “2010 Rekkid of the Year” by music blog Stash Dauber and ranked in the 2010 Village Voice Critics Poll.
Four choirs from the Bay Area and beyond will come together for a day of singing, featuring The Calling All Choir – directed by Mark Growden; The Oakland Interfaith Community Choir – directed by Terrance Kelly (a project of the Oakland Interfaith Gospel Choir); Mothersong Chorus – directed by Noe Venable; and Emandal Chorale from Willits, CA – directed by Don Willis. The event will be followed by an evening concert at the Mission Dolores Basilica.
Admission by donation only; no advance tickets necessary.
Suggested donation of $20, but no one turned away for lack of funds.