Berkeley Festival Sing-In with the SF Bach Choir

Magen Solomon, director

Magen Solomon, director

11AM-12:30PM Tuesday, June 7
2300 Bancroft Way, Berkeley, CA 94704

FREE ADMISSION. Register in advance at

Be a participant in the Berkeley Festival! “That music looks like so much fun, I wish I could sing it.” “I wonder what’s it’s like to sing in a choir like the SF Bach Choir.” Join Artistic Director Magen Solomon and singers from the SF Bach Choir and explore gems of the Early Music repertoire in this FREE, informal singing workshop. Open to singers (or would-be singers) of all levels.  Music will be provided. Come sing and learn with us, and experience the joy of making music!

The San Francisco Bach Choir is an auditioned volunteer choir that provides the Bay Area with exceptional concerts of music from all periods, with a particular focus on the music of J.S. Bach. Founded in 1936, it is one of the oldest continuously performing community choirs in the western United States, and is joyously celebrating its 80th anniversary in 2016. The Choir uses an historically-informed approach, period instruments, and professional instrumentalists and soloists.

The San Francisco Bach Choir’s mission is to inspire, inform, engage, and foster connections among Bay Area singers and audiences through outstanding choral music, and to offer dedicated singers the opportunity to study and perform both Early Music and the diverse repertoire of great works from other eras and genres.


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