Come hear us premiere a major new piece by Ted Hearne, who was just named the San Francisco Symphony‘s “New Voices Composer” for next season.  You can hear him here first!  May 17 in San Francisco, May 18 in Berkeley.

Push the boundaries of your experience with the professional singers of Volti and conductor Robert Geary. Bold, daring, stimulating music from the shimmering edges of creative thought. Lushly gorgeous performances that traverse the range of human emotion. Join Volti for an exciting journey of discovery, a joyous exploration of what’s still out there…

OUR EXCITING 35th SEASON CONTINUES!
Click here for details on the wonderful new music we’ll be bringing you in 2014.

Date/Time Event Buy Tickets
05/14/2014
7:00pm
Open Rehearsal with Ted Hearne and Melissa Dunphy
Center for New Music, San Francisco CA
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05/17/2014
8:00pm
(Ch)oral Argument
St. Mark’s Lutheran Church, San Francisco CA
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05/18/2014
4:00pm
(Ch)oral Argument
The Marsh Berkeley, Berkeley CA
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“Intellectually rich, emotionally sustaining, and musically diverse, this is music that you want to listen to again and again.”
– Cy Ashley Webb, StarkInsider review of December 2012 Volti concert

Volti
P.O. Box 15576
San Francisco CA 94115
415-771-3352
info@VoltiSF.org

VOLTI CDs
HOUSE OF VOICES

“Within the choral music world this recording might be considered crazy, heady stuff, but to these ears it is first and foremost inspiring, magnificently performed music. Virtuosic? Absolutely.  If this recording doesn’t make every composer who listens to it crave to write choral music, and in particular for Volti, I don’t know what will.”
– Alexandra Gardner, New Music Box, June 19, 2012
Read the full review at:
http://www.newmusicbox.org/articles/sounds-heard-volti-house-of-voices/




“The performances here are buoyant and transparent enough to let the texts and contrapuntal workings of the music shine through, yet they boast a weighty charge that speaks of serious attention to the task at hand.” – Joshua Kosman,
San Francisco Chronicle
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