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I prefer comfortable dress atire.
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A little difficult and expensive in the lots.
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Goldstar Member
Not anything very healthy. I did like the chardonnay at $7.50. How about some sandwiches?
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Many great restaurant choices nearby.
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attended Apr 14 2012

stunning! I will never forget this concert.Dr. Kendrick, his choral groups and the orchestra showed true world-class professionalism.Bravissimo!!

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Website

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Description

A Song of Thanksgiving – Vaughan Williams

Carrie Hennessey, Soprano

Sacramento Children’s Chorus

Lynn Stevens, Director

Five Mystical Songs – Vaughan Williams

Clayton Brainerd, Bass Baritone

Let the People Praise Thee, O God (Psalm 67) – William Mathias

(Lady Diana’s Royal Wedding Anthem)

Belshazzar’s Feast – William Walton

Performed in English

With projected supertitles

Clayton Brainerd, Bass Baritone

Special Guests: Sacramento State University Chorus

About the Ticket Supplier: Sacramento Choral Society

The SCSO, a California educational 501 c (3) non-profit organization established in 1996, is an auditioned, volunteer chorus with a professional orchestra committed to the performance, education, and appreciation of a wide range of choral orchestral music for the Greater Sacramento Region.

The SCSO is unique nationally in that it is the only Community Chorus among the 12,000 Community Choruses in the U.S. to have a collective bargaining agreement with its own professional symphony orchestra.

The large SCSO Team of 170+ dedicated singers and 55 professional orchestra players come from 7 different counties. During the past 15 years, SCSO Members have volunteered more than 500,000 hours to enhance the cultural life of our community.