Pacific Chorale

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Pacific Chorale’s 2022-2023 Season, announced by Artistic Director Robert Istad and President & CEO Andrew Brown, features five wide-ranging programs of enthralling choral masterworks and contemporary works spanning six centuries, including the orchestral world premiere of Florence Price’s newly discovered anti-war piece set to poetry about Abraham Lincoln and Jocelyn …continue reading

Top Ten Stories for February 27 through March 05 include murder in Anaheim, fatal traffic collisions in Los Alamitos and Long Beach, and Pacific Islanders. Top Ten Stories for February 27 through March 05 are the most-read stories at Orange County Breeze over the last week (excluding weather forecasts and …continue reading

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The Grammy-nominated Pacific Chorale, led by Artistic Director Robert Istad, is holding auditions for singers in all sections – soprano, alto, tenor and bass – for entry in the ensemble’s 2022-23 season. Singers can apply online at https://www.pacificchorale.org/auditions/ beginning March 3. In-person auditions will be scheduled in April on a …continue reading

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Grammy-nominated Pacific Chorale, considered one of the nation’s leading choirs, continues its season with a program of transcendent choral works by six contemporary composers anchored by Estonian composer Galina Grigorjeva’s profound vocal symphony On Leaving, a contemplation on the soul’s release from the mortal body, and Frank Martin’s stunning Mass …continue reading

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Pacific Chorale, considered one of the nation’s leading choirs, launches its 2021-22 Season with a luminous program anchored by Rachmaninoff’s a cappella masterwork Vespers (All-Night Vigil) conducted by Artistic Director Robert Istad on Saturday, October 30, 2021, 7 pm, at the Renée and Henry Segerstrom Concert Hall in Costa Mesa. …continue reading

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Pacific Chorale Artistic Director Robert Istad and Andrew Brown, President & CEO, today announced the chorus’ 2021-2022 Season featuring its return to in-person performances at the Renée and Henry Segerstrom Concert Hall, beginning in October, with sweeping programming that builds upon its trailblazing legacy of championing contemporary composers. The “A-list …continue reading

“If you’re proud to be an American,” then join country music superstar Lee Greenwood when he makes his debut with Pacific Symphony on Sept. 8 at Pacific Amphitheatre. This first-ever major concert and community event called “Hail to the Heroes,” salutes veterans, active military duty personnel and first responders. Award-winning …continue reading