WomenSing, the award-winning East Bay choir, will delight choral and classical music fans with two performances in early June. The concert, Full Circle, will take the audience on a musical adventure from Alaskan Inuit chants in Daniel Bell’sSpring Fjord, to two traditional...more
WomenSing invites you to a weekend of free events designed for choral music lovers, composers, conductors, musicians and poets.
The first takes place on Friday, April 27, from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. in the Hagerty Lounge at St. Mary’s College in Moraga. The Words Into Music Symposium...more
The deadline for submissions to the fifth annual Youth Inspiring Youth composition competition is April 9, 2012. WomenSing will award $1,000 each, for commissions to two California residents. Our Teaching Artist, ...more
Oakland’s historic landmark, the Chapel of the Chimes, is the site for “A Sparkling Jewel,” an artistic collaboration to benefit the East-Bay award-winning choir, WomenSing, and its programs. The event, which takes place at 4:00 p.m. on St Patrick’s Day — Saturday, March 17 — will begin with a...more
Audition now for one of the East Bay premier ensembles WomenSing, recent winners of the Chorus America/ASCAP Alice Parker Award, and the Contra Costa County Arts Commission Award for Artistic Achievement.
In its 46th year, WomenSing’s 2011-12 season ...more
The East Bay’s award-winning WomenSing kicks off the holiday season with a concert entitled Descends the Snow. Under the direction of conductor Martin Benvenuto, WomenSing will perform a broad range of seasonal favorites and music celebrating the mystery and beauty of the winter...more
Get to know several of the WomenSing performers through our new Singer Spotlight feature. For the first installment, we interview first soprano Kristan Torres and second sopranos Jules Campbell and Samantha Infeld. Although at different places in their lives, these women share a love of music...more