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2022/2023 Season

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The Nightmare
and the Dream

May 21st, 2023

3:00 PM

Sinai Temple

10400 Wilshire Blvd.

This is an original work by SFVMC's composer in residence, Sergio Barer. It describes the medieval clash of Christianity and Judaism, with the resulting persecution of the Jewish people. It explores the work of Theodore Herzl, the visionary who pursued the rebirth of a Jewish State in the Middle East, imagining it, describing it, and lobbying for it with the German Kaiser, the Turkish Sultan, and other leaders. Finally it details the story of the pioneers that settled in Israel from European and Arab countries to form a Jewish State, declaring its independence in 1948.


Sunrise Service


April, 9th, 2023

6:00 AM

Hollywood Hills,

Forest Lawn Memorial Park

Join us as SFVMC sings songs of worship and hymns on the dawn of Easter Sunday. 

Coffee and donuts provided! 

Free Service and Parking 

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April 16th, 2023

2:30 PM


Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza


The San Fernando Valley Master Chorale joins the LA Symphonic Winds, conducted by Steve Piazza, to sing selections from Orff's famous "Carmina Burana," accompanied by other major works. 

The Carmina Burana is a compilation of poems written by the German philologist Johann Andreas Schmeller. The texts present a varied view of medieval life, including: religious verses, social satires, and bawdy drinking songs.

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Holidays in the Valley

Saturday December 10th, 2022

3:00 PM

First Presbyterian Church of Encino


SFVMC's annual holiday music concert is back! Featuring classic Christmas carols arranged by our associate artistic director, John Bergquist, with a brass quartet from the LA Winds ensemble. You'll enjoy an evening of classical singing with brass and organ accompaniment to John Rutter's "Gloria"; some comical, light-hearted songs such as "Chanukah in Santa Monica"; an original 40's-inspired piece by our pianist, Bob Remstein, "Guess Who's Comin'"; and an original holiday composition by our composer in residence, Sergio Barer, "Hanukkah, an Inspiration."

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Grand Finale Encore

Saturday October 29th, 2022

3:00 PM

First Presbyterian Church of Encino


Grand Finale returns with an encore performance of featuring famous operas, operettas, and musical theater classics from "Company," "West Side Story," "Candide," "The Mikado," "Pirates of Penzance," "Carmen," and more! SFVMC is also proud to collaborate once again with The San Fernando Valley Youth Chorus on "The Greatest Showman," "The Sound of Music," and "The Lion King!"

Children and adults of all ages are welcome! Children 6 and under are free!

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