Welcome to the San Gabriel Valley Choral Company

The San Gabriel Valley Choral Company’s mission is to provide opportunities for local musicians to perform, to offer quality cultural experiences to area residents, and to expose people young and old to broadened musical horizons.

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SGVCC is entering its 21st season and going stronger than ever.  Our silent auction and summer concert held this past June was a great success!  Thanks to all who came out and supported us.  We also want to thank Leora Breese, the wonderful massage therapist at Solace Spa Services, who recently helped SGVCC by offering a fundraising promotion!  Check out her website here: http://solacespaservices.com/

If you have a fundraising idea or would like donate to SGVCC, contact us at choralcompany@gmail.com.  You may also send checks payable to “SGVCC,” to P.O. Box 2225; Monrovia, CA 91017

Join Dr. Zanaida Robles and the San Gabriel Valley Choral Company for a special historic concert: “The Samuel Coleridge-Taylor Project: A Musical Legacy in Concert.”  The concert will be held at St. Luke's Episcopal Church of Monrovia (122 California Ave., Monrovia 91016) at 7:30pm on Tuesday, September 15, 2015 – the 140th anniversary of Coleridge-Taylor's birth.  In his time, African British composer Samuel Coleridge-Taylor (1875-1912) was affectionately referred to as the African “Mahler.”  Because of his incredible success in a field dominated by white males at a time when racism in America was peaking, Coleridge-Taylor’s influence on African American artists and intellectuals was powerful and far-reaching.  The artistic director of SGVCC, Dr. Zanaida Robles, created the Samuel Coleridge-Taylor Project to perpetuate the study and performance of the music of this celebrated composer and others of African descent.  Other composers programmed on this concert include William Grant Still, Margaret Bonds, Jester Hairston, Zanaida Robles, Robert Owens, Joshua Uzoigwe, and Sydney Guillaume. Featured musical artists include pianist David Clemensen, counter-tenor Darryl Taylor, saxophonist Krissia Molina, tenor Gustavo Hernandez, and the highly-accomplished voices of the Samuel Coleridge-Taylor Singers.  The concert is free with a suggested donation of $20.  No tickets are necessary. Come and join us for this truly momentous concert!
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