Peninsula Girls Chorus presents, I Hear America Singing - a celebration of the American musical landscape

  • Hillsdale High School Theater

    3115 Del Monte Street
    San Mateo, California 94403
Ticket Price $20.00-$40.00 This event is now over

Peninsula Girls Chorus shares the culminating event of our season, with this all-choir concert. This spring's repertoire celebrates the vast array of music from American composers, old and new. Come and hear selections by Copeland, Lauridsen, Memley, LaBarr and Snyder spanning many genres—classical, jazz, musical theater, and folk music. All five choir levels will perform, along with a celebration of our largest graduating class ever!

You won't want to miss this afternoon of musical artistry!


BONUS: There will be a Raffle & Silent Auction held during intermission to raise money for our Annual Fund Drive. Some of the items available to bid on will be special and unique experiences with the PGC directors, gift baskets, and much more! The winners will be announced at the end of the concert. Individually wrapped roses and concessions will be for sale as well, so be sure to bring cash!


COVID Safety Precautions and Concert Entrance Requirements:

For this concert, audience members:

  • Will be required to wear a mask.
Venue Details

Hillsdale High School Theater

3115 Del Monte Street
San Mateo, California 94403 Hillsdale High School Theater
Peninsula Girls Chorus

Our Mission: The mission of the Peninsula Girls Chorus is to engage the hearts and minds of girls from diverse backgrounds through a comprehensive experience in choral music.

Our Vision: Our vision is that girls will live life more deeply through their involvement and participation in choral music.

Our History: Founded in January 1994 by Cathy Doyle and continuing under Artistic Director Karyn Silva since 2011, the Peninsula Girls Chorus has evolved from an organization serving just 11 girls into a premiere arts education and performance organization. The Peninsula Girls Chorus strives toward a high level of musicianship paired with sensitive interpretations of music from a variety of genres. In our quest to become global citizens of the 21st century, the PGC performs both locally and abroad. We provide a valuable resource to our local community through assorted outreach performances and we participate in prestigious domestic and international music festivals. In addition to musical benefits, the PGC offers opportunities for the development of leadership skills, higher-order thinking, discipline and self-esteem.

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