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One Larynx, Many Voices

Venue

Caroline H. Hume Concert Hall
50 Oak Street, San Francisco, CA 94102
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Tickets

$10 General Admission

This concert crowns the XXV PVC. This Gala Performance titled “One Larynx, Many Voices” features performances by SFCM voice faculty and students as well as many outstanding guests vocal artists. The entire event is supported by the SFCM and by a grant from the San Francisco based Pacific Voice & Speech Foundation in cooperation with the Performing Arts Medicine of San Francisco and the San Francisco Chapter of the Recording Academy. 

​This performance is courtesy of all our gracious performers who have donated their time and their vocal instruments on pro-bono basis for this concert. The faculty of this conference and the organizing bodies express their deep gratitude for their dedication to the art of the VOICE and for the hard work these artists put forth on a day-to-day basis to provide the audiences with unprecedented vocal arts. 

The purpose of this performance is to demonstrate to the audience the marvel of the vocal instrument, its unlimited capability and capacity to create different styles and ranges of sounds. The sounds and emotions the human larynx can produce are simply astonishing. Performing even a short vocal piece takes endless training and control over 100 muscles. To keep this instrument in tune, health and training are vital and mandatory for all vocal artists. The PVSF and the SFCM are dedicated to the care and training of the human voice. This event underscores not only the richness of vocal art forms, but also shows that performing arts education must prevail so that world-class performers will grow and flourish in safety and in health. With these thoughts in mind, we bring to you this program.

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Gala Program

Richard Rogers/Lorenz Hart
I Didn’t know What Time It Was

Amanda Addleman
Get Gone

Fink/Whitaker
This Is The Thing                                                                               

Bob Dylan
I Shall Be Released

Larry Heiman
Where We Both Belong

Matthias Grunau
Ein Fichtenbaum

Sandy Cressman/Ian Faquini
Deixa o Amor Florescer
Nossa História

Mauro Agular/Ian Faquini
Dorival Pescador

Richard Strauss
Du meines Herzens Krönelein

Luke Mayernik
Chocolate

Claudia de Breij/Rogier Wagenaar/Sander Geboers
Mag ik dan bij jou                      

Kurt Erickson
Ich und du

André Previn
"I want magic" from A Street Car Named Desire

Léo Delibes
“Où va la jeune Indoue” from Lakmé

George Frederick Handel
“Furibondo spira il vento” from Partenope

Robert Johnson
Have you seen but the bright lily grow

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
“Ah, fuggi il traditor” from Don Giovanni

Dermot MacMurrough
Macushla

Cormac McCaul
Weight of Gold

Kurt Weill
"Lost in the Stars" from Lost in the Stars

Andrew Lloyd-Webber
"Gus, the Theater Cat" from Cats

Mohamed Abdelwahab
Malesh Aml (I have no wish)

Huge Martin/Ralph Blane
“The Boy Next Door” from Meet Me in St. Louis

Franz Liszt
Im Rhein, im schönen Strome

Don Raye/Hugh Prince
Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy

Steely Dan
Pretzelogic

James Taylor
Lo and Behold

Garcia/Hunter
Scarlet Begonias                                                                                      

Performers

Amanda Addleman
Gary Weiner
Nicolas Volkert
Sandy Cressman
Madison Roesler
Jasmine Johnson
Jessica Gorlee
Heidi Moss
Meagan Rao
Dan Cromeenes
Natasha Czajka
Brian McCaul
Cormac McCaul
Lee Strawn
Mohamed Zohair
Eloise Johnson
Olivia Barker
Naomi Columna
Breanna Miller
Charles Calhoun, piano
Kai Eckhardt, bass
Dillon Vado, vibraphone
Nate Dittle, piano
Ian Faquini, guitar
Kurt Erickson, piano
Paige Clem, vocals
Brigitte Demeyer, vocals
Joey Fabian, bass/vocals
Gabe Ford, drums
Matt Lazarus, guitar
Steven Younger, keyboards/vocals