The Hamilton Wind Quintet presents its inaugural concert "Petit Orchestre." This primarily French-influenced program is comprised of masterfully transcribed classics of the orchestral genre, condensed enough to be performed among a group of five players. Thus providing the program name, "Petite Orchestra." This concert will also feature arrangements by local Fresno musician Matthew Garza. Admission is free, donations are welcome.
Join us on Pentecost Sunday for an afternoon of music making with the UPC Chancel Choir, Bell Choir, and more. Come celebrate as we make a joyful noise and share UPC's musical gifts!
The Central Valley Vocal Project men’s chorus along with Soli Deo Gloria women’s chorale, and the Madera South Highschool Choir. $10 Suggested Donation.
World-renowned organist Hans Hielscher presents a recital on the Aeolian-Skinner Pipe Organ. Hans Hielscher has been organist at the Marktkirche in Wiesbaden, Germany since 1979. He has presented more than 3500 organ recitals around the globe, has recorded 22 CDs, is the author of three books and a published composer of some 50 works for organ. A free-will offering will be taken for the organ fund.
Join the Tower Quartet as they celebrate their inaugural season finale! Featuring works by local composers Matthew Wheeler and Mason Lamb, with special guests Mason Lamb and Jordan Williams. A suggested donation of $10 is appreciated.
Wheeler - Fever Dream
Lamb - Strange Flirtations for String Quartet and Electric Guitar ft. Mason Lamb (May 17 only)
Beethoven String Quartet in C minor, op. 18 no. 4
Shostakovich Piano Quintet in G minor, op. 57, ft. Jordan Williams
Musica Viva closes its 16th season with a concert titled “Flights of Fancy”. The featured artists Susan Doering, Dieter Wulfhorst, and guest Rochelle Mann will be performing interesting and evocative trios for flute, violin, and violoncello from four centuries. Admission is free, donations are accepted.
Directed by Dr. Andrew Crane, BYU Singers receives enthusiastic responses for its remarkable artistry and distinctive style. Since its formation by Dr. Ronald Staheli in 1984, BYU Singers has attracted international acclaim for spellbinding performances of music from a variety of genres, ranging from Renaissance motets to African-American spirituals. Maurice Casey, former president of the American Choral Directors Association, called BYU Singers “one of the premier choral organizations in the country.” To know more about the group and see their latest videos, please visit: https://pam.byu.edu/byu-singers/
Admission is $22.50 and tickets may be purchased at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/byu-singers-fresno-ca-tickets-56020734525
At the Sing-Along Hymn Festival, presented by the San Joaquin Valley Chapter of the American Guild of Organists, you’ll get a chance to vocalize with a 52-rank Aeolian-Skinner pipe organ. Participating in the festival will be a combined handbell choir and combined choir from multiple churches directed by Roy Klassen, a professor emeritus at Fresno Pacific University.
The CASK Quartet
As part of the Fresno Pacific Artist Series, the CASK quartet comprised of Aaron and Sherah Burdick, and Cactus and Krista Harris, will present an evening of their favorites. An eclectic mix of voice, flute, and organ. Admission is $15 General, $10 Seniors.