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YWCP performs many concerts locally, nationally and internationally. Come hear our premier ensemble, the Young Women’s Chorus, perform solo or our four choirs perform together in concert.

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Calvary Presbyterian Church, San Francisco

March 14, 2020 • Evening

The annual YWCP gala is always a glamorous evening featuring a wine and cheese reception, a full concert by the Young Women’s Chorus of San Francisco, and a sit-down dinner and live auction. This year’s theme is “Discovering a New World” and the concert will include Mexican Baroque music with strings from the UNESCO World […]
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SoundBox, San Francisco

April 24 and 25 • 8pm

WE ARE TOLD THAT TICKETS SELL OUT WITHIN 5 MINUTES! YWC sings on the San Francisco Symphony’s (SFS) groundbreaking SoundBox series, an experimental late-night live music series which is a laboratory for exploration of new musical ideas and immersive audience experiences, continuously pushing the envelope with adventurous programming and innovative design. Taking place in a […]
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San Francisco Conservatory of Music, San Francisco

May 31, 2020 • 7:30pm

Tickets available in Spring 2020
The Young Women’s Chorus performs with special guest artist Geraldine Walther, former principal violist with the San Francisco Symphony and now member of the Takács Quartet. The program’s theme focuses on the timely message of searching for the truth. The concert encourages us to search our hearts, to calm our minds, to refrain from gossip, […]
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Calvary Presbyterian Church, San Francisco

June 7, 2020 • 4:00pm

Tickets Available Soon!
Our final concert of the season features many songs from foreign countries sung by all the YWCP ensembles, each singing solo and together. This program celebrates the beauty and inspiration we’ve received from foreign composers. You’ll hear music from Mexico, Canada, Germany, England, and many other lands near and far. This concert is sponsored in part […]

YWCP’s 2019-2020 season is sponsored in part by San Francisco Grants for the Arts.