This week, WomenSing launches its Spring Appeal – an appeal with a special opportunity. A longtime Friend of WomenSing has offered to match the first $5,000 of donations received. Make your gift now and your generous support will accomplish twice as much. WomenSing is all about...more
For its final concert of the 2013-14 season, WomenSing, the adventurous East Bay women’s chorus, takes a diverse choral journey featuring music that meditates on the awe of nature, expresses the human yearning for freedom, and continues the chorus’ exploration of Latin American music. Under the...more
Many music lovers in and around the Bay Area are choral singers and enjoy attending the concerts of a long list of choral organizations that so beautifully perform in our area. Now there is an opportunity for singers, composers, conductors, music educators and general public to enjoy a new...more
On Friday night, April 11, 2014, great music will be made. But not in the usual way. You will not sit back comfortably in your seat, waiting for beautiful tones to wash over you. Rather, you will be on the edge of your seat, making silent – or not so silent – recommendations to the choruses...more
In keeping with WomenSing’s tradition of fostering creativity and sharing innovative programming, we are thrilled to present our own festival of contemporary classical music!Treble Voices Now, a biennial Bay Area new music festival for upper voiced choirs, will create a vibrant choral...more
For WomenSing, the greatest gift of the season is the opportunity to share our music with you. That’s our mission. In everything we do, we seek to create a vibrant choral experience that transforms both audience and singer.
Describing such a sublime experience in words can be difficult....more
Experience the joy of singing in a community of talented and dedicated women! Audition now for the premier East Bay ensemble WomenSing, winner of the ...more
We receive many comments. They come from audience and singers alike.
“Choral music for women is more complex and textured; it is very challenging.” Chorus member
“There is always something delightfully...more