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SUBSCRIBE TO THE FABULOUS 40th SEASON NOW! ALL FOUR CONCERTS – INCLUDING PREMIUM SEATING AT THE 40th ANNIVERSARY GALA – FOR JUST $125 Single tickets for each concert will go on sale in Septemberread more
Youth and Music October 20, 2018 - Acalanes High School, Lafayette, Saturday 7 PM We’ll start off the season with a concert showcasing the wonderful young choirs from our Choral Institute for High School Singers. If you haven’t come to one of these joyous concerts,...read more
*BAY AND BEYOND Volti brings Season 39 to a brilliant finish with a program of music by composers with strong ties to the Bay Area. DANNY CLAY – Playbook Choruses (Volti commission, world premiere) ŽIBUOKLĖ MARTINAITYTĖ – Chant des Voyelles (Volti commission, world...read more
Volti San Francisco CD Recordings
On This Is What Happened, released January 20, 2017 on the innova label, we invited five of our favorite composers to write something for us, and — this is what happened. All music on this CD was commissioned and premiered by Volti.
“…buoyant and often inventive creations … beautifully and sincerely sung.”
— Joshua Kosman, San Francisco Chronicle, February 8, 2017
Read the full review at http://www.sfchronicle.com
“Within the choral music world this recording might be considered crazy, heady stuff, but to these ears it is first and foremost inspiring, magnificently performed music. Virtuosic? Absolutely. If this recording doesn’t make every composer who listens to it crave to write choral music, and in particular for Volti, I don’t know what will.”
— Alexandra Gardner, New Music Box, June 19, 2012
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