The award-winning San Gabriel Valley Choral Company (SGVCC) invites the public to attend “The Living Voice,” a celebration of contemporary choral music, on Saturday, March 16 at 7:30 p.m. at the historic St. Luke’s Episcopal Church in Monrovia at 122 S. California Ave.
The choir will perform works by 20th and 21st composers, including John Rutter, Simon and Garfunkel, Andrea Clearfield, David Dikau, settings of Langston Hughes by Ricky Ian Gordon and Harry Einhorn’s hypnotic Tibetan chant. SGVCC is also proud to feature pieces by local composers Diana Woolner, Jake Roman, David Rentz and Michael Pawlicki.
SGVCC is conducted by visiting Artistic Director Dr. David Rentz, associate professor of music at Chaffey College. In addition to heading Chaffey’s choral and vocal music programs, Dr. Rentz supervises the masters and doctoral programs in conducting at Claremont Graduate University, serves as the Music Director of the Orchestra Collective of Orange County and is Co-Conductor of C3LA (Contemporary Choral Collective of Los Angeles). SGVCC is delighted at the opportunity to work with Dr. Rentz, who graciously sustains and augments the vision of Artistic Director Dr. Alexandra Grabarchuk during her sabbatical.
Tickets are $25 for general admission, $20 for seniors and students, and $10 for children under 12. Tickets may be purchased online at sgvccsingers.org or by sending checks payable to “SGVCC” to PO Box 2225 Monrovia, CA 91017. Tickets will also be available at the door.
SGVCC is committed to welcoming all music lovers regardless of ability to pay full ticket price. SGVCC has been bringing stunning choral music to the community since 1995.
For more information about The San Gabriel Valley Choral Company, visit sgvccsingers.org.