Marin music lovers know that Singers Marin, the nonprofit choral organization founded 35 years ago by Jan Pedersen Schiff, who retired in 2020, took a brief hiatus during the worst of the pandemic. They returned with a concert in July dubbed ‘You Gotta Have Heart and Other Impossible Dreams,’ at the Westminster Presbyterian Church in Tiburon.
On Dec. 11, the organization gets back to one of its longstanding performances, its much-loved winter concert. Entitled ‘43° and Overcast, Alleluia: A Celebration of Winter in Marin,’ the performance features medieval chants and Sami folk music as well as classic holiday favorites and a piece from Disney’s Frozen. “This year’s enchanting repertoire includes something for everyone,” organizers said in a statement. “What’s more, the singers are thrilled to be performing ‘Alleluia, Adorare,’ a beautiful a cappella piece by Bay Area composer, Mitchell Covington.”
The concert will be held at the Westminster Presbyterian Church in Tiburon on Sunday, December 11th at 4pm.
General admission tickets are $20, while children 12 and under are $10. MORE INFO & TIX.
Singers Marin is also set to perform at the Mill Valley Chamber’s annual multi-faceted Winterfest event, set for Sunday, Dec. 4 on the Depot Plaza in downtown Mill Valley. The event features a fantastic lineup of singers, dancers and musicians to perform throughout the day, with great children’s games and activities like the giant rainbow slide, a jumpy house, cornhole, a giant Connect4 game and an array of additional activities. Santa will be on the Plaza, meeting children and families and taking photos with them. We’ll conclude with some carols and a Tree-Lighting ceremony!! This landmark event is produced by Steve Bajor’s TeamPro Event.