World Harmony Chorus Winter Concerts

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Santa Cruz House Concerts

Jan 20, 2020, 7:42:28 PM1/20/20
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   The World Harmony Chorus invites you to hear our program of:

                                 Songs from Around the World
         Featuring songs from Kenya, Galicia, Iceland, Bulgaria and more!

  Monday, Jan 27    7:30 PM     FREE
    Mountain View Friends & Family Concert
    Community School of Music and Arts
    230 San Antonio Circle, Mountain View

  Tuesday, Jan 28    7:30 PM    FREE
    Oakland Friends & Family Concert
Berkeley Fellowship of Unitarian Universalists
   1924 Cedar St (at Bonita Ave), Berkeley

  Wednesday, Jan 29    7:30 PM     FREE
    Santa Cruz Friends & Family Concert
    UMC of Santa Cruz, 250 California St, Santa Cruz

plus this additional outdoor performance:

  WednesdayJan 29     3:30 PM   FREE
    Santa Cruz Downtown Farmer's Market

   The Spring Session of the chorus starts Feb 3 in Mountain View,
Feb 11 in Oakland, & Feb 12 in Santa Cruz. Come and join us!

For more information, see the chorus website at: <>

   Founded in 1999, the World Harmony Chorus performs vocal music
   from around the world. The WHC is a community chorus, open to
   singers at all levels of ability and experience. Drawn from a
   wide variety of ethnic sources and folk traditions, including
   hymns from Madagascar and Zimbabwe, Eastern European kolos,
   Latin American choral works, and English and American folk music,
   their repertoire is exciting and rich with harmony and polyrhythm.

   Founder and director Daniel Steinberg has been collecting choral
   music and leading "Instant Harmony" workshops around the country
   for many years. He is a member of the popular Bay Area
   traditional music group, Hillbillies from Mars, with whom he
   performs on piano and flute.

   The East Bay chorus is directed by Betsy Blakeslee.  Betsy has
   directed choruses in SF Bay Area and the Balkans.  Her Balkan
   chorus performed at the State of the World Forum and the
   UN Millennium Summit.  She spends summers leading a team of
   artists and musicians that teach music, body rhythm, and art therapy
   to refugee youth in Europe and the Middle East.
   Email Betsy Blakeslee at <> for more information.


   The Oakland chorus is a program of Instant Harmony, and is hosted
   by the Lake Merritt UMC.

   The Santa Cruz chorus is a program of Instant Harmony, and is hosted
   by the Louden Nelson Community Center.

   In Mountain View, the chorus is a program of the Community School of
   Music and Arts (CSMA), a non-profit arts education center committed to
   providing arts for all.  To learn about CSMA's programs for all ages
   (classes, lessons, arts-in-the-schools, concerts, exhibits),
   call (650) 917-6800 or visit: <>

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