2020-2021 Season Outline

The SCSO’s Season 25 and COVID-19

It is our hope in the coming months that we will once again be able to reconnect to make beautiful music as it is our strong desire once again to share, to give, and to reach out through the choral orchestral art. The arts speak to our humanity, alone, and yet together. We ask you to join us on a journey of hope as we look to the future.

Ticket information will be made available when we are once again given the green light to rehearse and perform. Please check for updates regularly on our website and Social Media.

THE SCSO’s ANTICIPATED SEASON 25 (On hold)

Stained Glass 2020 
Saturday, October 24
Fremont Presbyterian Church
8:00 PM

Dr. Ryan Enright, Organist

Anne-Marie Endres, Soprano – Julie Miller, Mezzo
Aaron Gallington, Tenor – Eugene Villanueva, Bass
Kathy Connor, Oboe

Mass in Time Of War (Paukenmesse) – Joseph Haydn
Logos
– Leonard Enns
We Remember Them – Susan LaBarr
Armistice 1918 – Craig Carnahan

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Wells Fargo Home for the Holidays
Saturday, December 5
Memorial Auditorium
1515 J Street, Sacramento
2:00 PM Matinée (No evening performance)
Natalie Image, Soprano

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Messiah Sing
December 26
First United Methodist Church
2100 J Street, Sacramento
2:00 PM
Ryan Enright, Organist

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Verdi Requiem (Postponed from March 20, 2020)
Saturday, March 6
SAFE Credit Union Performing Arts Center (SCSO début concert)
1301 L Street, Sacramento
8:00 PM

Schola Cantorum, Guest Choir
Othalie Graham, Soprano – Linda Baird, Mezzo
Robert Breault, Tenor –  Malcolm McKenzie, Baritone

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25th Anniversary Concert
Saturday, May 8
SAFE Credit Union Performing Arts Center
1301 L Street, Sacramento
8:00 PM

Te Deum– Arvo Pärt
Lobgesang
– Felix Mendelssohn

Schola Cantorum, Guest Choir
Jennifer Mitchell, Soprano
Carrie Hennessey, Soprano
Chadwick Somers, Tenor