Clerestory: A Cappella Classical Group Sings Music of the Pacific Coast
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The last date listed for Clerestory was Monday March 28, 2011 / 7:30pm.
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Reviews & Ratings
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Clerestory, a 9-man classical acapella group, performed last night in the intimate (~350 seat) auditorium at Temple Emanu-el. The pieces were contemporary, and two of the composers were present and spoke with us about these works. The men's singing was superb... exquisite! Afterwards, there was a delightful reception in the lobby with desserts and wine/coffee. This afforded an opportunity to speak with the singers, who were very fun and approachable. This was an altogether satisfying night.
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Learn more about Clerestory at their website .
Clerestory is the Bay Area’s acclaimed eight-man classical a cappella ensemble. This concert celebrates composers living on the Pacific Coast who display the energy, majesty, and creativity of America’s furthest frontier. Featuring songs from Renaissance Mexico to new works by Seattle’s Eric Banks and the Bay Area’s own Paul Crabtree.
About the Ticket Supplier: Music at MeyerMusic at Meyer is now established as one of the premier concert series in the Bay Area. It is a chance to start the week off right with beautiful music in a perfect setting - the Martin Meyer Sanctuary at Temple Emanu-El.
Music at Meyer showcases the most talented, visionary musicians across genres in the intimate, acoustically superb setting of Congregation Emanu-El's 375-seat Martin Meyer Auditorium.