Upcoming Performances

Announcing our 25th Season


We’re back from Carnegie Hall and thrilled to celebrate our 25th anniversary season with you!  Reserve your tickets now for a year of music that will spark your imagination and fill your soul.


Plus, receive a free anniversary gift with your subscription order! (While supplies last. Redeem your free gift at either November performance.)

The Sisterhood of Cecilia

November 22 is the Feast of St. Cecilia. She’s not just the patron saint of music—she was also a woman of strength and spirituality, and we’re singing music by and about Cecilia and her mighty soul-sisters from long-ago eras and distant lands, from Hildegard to Enheduanna to Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz to Mirabai. Love gorgeous music about the power of the feminine spirit? This program is made for you.

Saturday, November 19 at 7:00 p.m.

Sunday, November 20 at 3:00 p.m.

Adults, $30; seniors (65+), $25; students (with ID), $15

Pass Over, Pass Through

The Princeton University Chapel Choir and their director, longtime friend-of-the-OCWC Dr. Nicole Aldrich, are traveling west to present one of the most fascinating works we’ve ever sung: American composer Andrea Clearfield’s Tse Go La (“At the Threshold of This Life”), based on texts and music from her studies in Tibet, and presented with an ensemble that combines western instruments and Tibetan percussion. You’ll be transfixed by the poetry and transported by the music.

Saturday, March 18 at 7:00 p.m.

Sunday, March 19 at 3:00 p.m.

Adults, $35; seniors (65+), $30; students (with ID), $15

Look, Be, Leap!

We’ve been “causing treble” for a quarter century, and we want everyone to come to our party! You’ll hear a few songs you know, a handful you don’t, and the premiere of our newest commissioned work, by the wonderful Bay Area composer Ruth Huber. We’re singing about friendship, courage, struggle, and the joy and power of raising our voices together throughout the years. (And there will be cake, because it’s not a party without cake.)

Sunday, June 4 at 3:00 p.m.

Adults, $30; seniors (65+), $25; students (with ID), $15