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Welcome to the Peninsula Community Chorus

  • A non-profit, non-audition community chorus
  • Consists of volunteer singers from all over the peninsula
  • We sing a wide variety of music
  • We welcome anyone who can match pitch
  • We travel to various places, tour, and sing  (Travel is optional)
  • We learn, sing, and have fun!

Come Hear Us Sing!

Join us for our winter concert, "Peace and Light".
We are back in person or streamed online.

We look forward to singing for you!

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You will be able to buy tickets for either of the live, in-person concerts,
or tickets for both concerts to view online.

Masks are optional, but are strongly encouraged.

Our Winter 2022 Peace and Light live concerts will be held on Saturday, December 3, and Sunday December 4, at 3:30pm at

Transfiguration Episcopal Church
3900 Alameda de las Pulgas
San Mateo, CA 94403 - map

 

PMAA Spring Concert Flyer


Our Past Virtual Concerts Are Free to All

Enjoy our Virtual Spring 2021 Concert and Virtual Winter 2020 Concert.



COME SING WITH THE PENINSULA COMMUNITY CHORUS!

2022 Invitation to Sing

 



The Peninsula Community Chorus, Heart & Soul, and the Community Singers are under the umbrella of the Peninsula Musical Arts Association. For more information, please call 650.268.8345 or e-mail us at infopmaa@gmail.com.

Registration Forms

Join us by registering and /or trying us out for free for 3 weeks by filling out the online Registration Form. Rehearsals are held at Audobon Elementary School, 841 Gull Avenue in Foster City. (map).

New Singers may apply for the Eve Visconti New Singer Scholarship. To apply, email president@peninsulamusicalarts.org with the following information no later than September 13.

  • Full Name
  • Address
  • City, State and Zip
  • Phone
  • Email
  • Any comments you want to add


Fall 2022 Season Songlist

    • Before the Marvel of this Night
    • The Christmas Song
    • Light
    • Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas
    • One Candle Lights the Way
    • I Heard the Bells on Christmas Day
    • Glow
    • I Will Light Candles this Christmas
    • Brightest and Best
    • Heaven and Earth Rejoice
    • Halcyon Days
    • That's Chrismas to Me
    • See That Star
    • Star Carol
    • When Stars Shone Down
    • Kindle the Taper
    • Hanukkah Wish

And the Winner is...

The winner of the 2022 Choral Composition Competition is
Nicholas Ward.

Nicholas Ward

Born and raised in the San Francisco Bay Area, and exposed to music continuously through his early elementary school years, Nicholas Ward got his start playing music in the fifth grade, and was composing original works by the eighth. In 2019 he was admitted as an undergrad to Boston University as a Music Theory and Composition major, studying first under Martin Amlin and presently under John H. Wallace. Currently a senior, he will graduate with his Bachelor of Music in Music Theory and Composition in Spring 2023.

Nicholas says, "My interest in composing is very much a personal one. I need some way to express my thoughts and feelings outside of the written/spoken word as I get massive writer's block when trying to express myself as such. For example, finding the words for this paragraph, despite how little writing it is, certainly made me think hard! I don't know where exactly the inspiration comes from and what exactly the cognitive or emotional impetus for me starting a piece is most of the time, but I do know that I am the conduit that was chosen to write it out so it can be more easily performed. In doing so, it gives me a feeling of catharsis in a way, as it gives me a place to put my thoughts and feelings that can't necessarily be expressed in words. I feel that when someone hears my work, if they feel something... anything, then I've done my job as its conduit and can feel some relief that my thoughts and feelings are out there now for others to contemplate."

 


Support PCC/PMAA with Your Donation!

Support the Peninsula Community Chorus by making a donation. Financial contributions are a key to our success. Concert performance receipts, public donations of cash and vehicles, and in-kind services make it possible for people to hear our wonderful groups perform, and also help to support our programs of education and community outreach.

To donate to PCC online, click on the Donate button below. You will be taken to a new window where you can make your donation using PayPal, or credit card. To donate by mail, please send your check to us at Peninsula Musical Arts Association, (payable to PMAA) 969-G Edgewater Blvd. PMB 155, Foster City, California 94404. See Support PCC/PMAA.


Spring Concert, 2022

 


Holiday Concert, 2021

 

 

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