SFVMC brings you home-grown locally sourced melodies representing several styles and backgrounds throughout our country's patchwork history. Iconic sounds from gospel, folk, and bluegrass, to contemporary works written in response to current events. Featuring favorites like: "Shenandoah" and "Unclouded Day" with music by renowned LA composers like Shawn Kirchner and Reena Esmail.
We are bringing music to your home for the holidays!
SFVMC comes together with singers from across the country to bring you holiday tunes to warm your hearts, entertain, and make you laugh! Featuring two songs from past concerts, "The Candlelight Carol" by John Rutter and "Quita'l tas" by our resident composer Sergio Barer. Plus two holiday favorites sung by our virtual choir, "Have yourself a merry little Christmas," and "12 Days of Christmas Confusion."
Hosted by SFVMC executive director, Julie Anne Barnett, this performance will feature six new virtual choir SFVMC projects filmed with singers from the San Fernando Valley and across the USA from the comfort of their own homes!
You will also see archival SFVMC performances and interviews with the artistic director, Charlie Kim, and hear all about the experience of transitioning into a virtual choir from our singers.
Tune in on Facebook and our YouTube channel for some exciting clips of our first SFVMC virtual chorus! The ladies sing a comedic Corona-virus parody to Bernstein's most memorable classic titled, "I'm NOT Pretty!" While our men impress us with Dave Volpe's beautiful arrangement of "Something's Coming," from West Side Story!