If you love to sing, come join one of our popular choral workshops led by Symphony Chorus Director Ragnar Bohlin. You’ll have a chance to explore great choral masterworks with the maestro, sing in a 400-voice community chorus in Davies Symphony Hall, and be coached by members of the San Francisco Symphony Chorus.
Sing Out, Davies! is open to all levels. Everyone is welcome, but space is limited and you must apply in advance to secure your place. Cost is $25 (fee waiver available based on need).
Sunday, November 30, 6:30 – 9:30pm
Davies Symphony Hall
How Lovely is Thy Dwelling Place (Wie lieblich sind deine Wohnungen) from Brahms' Requiem (sung in English)
Selections from Brahms' motet Warum
Arrangment of Silent Night
Complete the application form online. You will be notified of acceptance by mid-October via email confirmation that will include registration information. Once you have completed your registration you will receive a link to workshop resources, including musical scores, audio coaching tools, and tips to help you prepare.
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You may apply to be on the waiting list. We will contact you if space should become available
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Twice a year the San Francisco Symphony hosts workshops called “Sing Out Davies”, as part of the symphony's Community of Music Makers program. For one evening, singers from around the Bay Area come together to make music as one. KALW's Alyssa Kapnik stood among them for a recent workshop and brought back their impressions of what it's like to be an ordinary person in such an extraordinary experience.
Featuring Sing Out, Davies! participants Susie Orb, David Silverman and Linda Holbrook.
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"The workshop for me brought back a host of personal memories about how making music together is one of life's great treasures."
"I feel as though I've been invited into the heart of the Symphony."
"I am motivated to look for a choir of my own, and to go back to singing lessons!"
“The whole experience far surpassed my expectations — it was a wonderful evening of music-making with world-class guidance from Maestro Bohlin…”
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