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The inaugural season with Cal Poly's new director of choral activities and vocal studies, Scott Glysson.

Cal Poly Choirs Fall Concert: Reflections on Life and Love

Saturday, Oct. 28, 2017
8 p.m., Mission San Luis Obispo

Throughout time poets have been describing the deepest emotions of the human experience through text. Composers are drawn to setting these expressive texts to music. The Cal Poly Choirs will present an intimate concert in Mission San Luis Obispo, exploring many of these works which range from the first century A.D. to the present day.

Tickets ($14 general, $9 students)

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Cal Poly Choirs: Holiday Kaleidoscope

Saturday, Dec. 2, 2017
Two performances:
3 p.m., Harman Hall, Performing Arts Center

7:30 p.m., Harman Hall, Performing Arts Center

A collaborative celebration of choral music in the greater San Luis Obispo area! Both performances will feature the high schools of Arroyo Grande, Cabrillo (Lompoc), Morro Bay and San Luis Obispo, and of course, the Cal Poly Choirs. Audience members will have a chance to experience the beauty of the season through traditional holiday favorites, modern masterworks, participatory singing of carols and a special surprise at the end of the concert.

Tickets for 3 p.m. ($14 and $18 general, $9 and $14 students)

Tickets for 7:30 p.m. ($14 and $18 general, $9 and $14 students)

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Cal Poly Choirs Winter Concert: Lux Perpetua

Saturday, March 17, 2018
8 p.m., Harman Hall, Performing Arts Center

Lux perpetua, or “light eternal,” is the final portion of the traditional Requiem Mass. Join the Cal Poly Choirs in an exploration of works that revolve around the theme of light. Works by Maurice Duruflé, Eriks Esenvalds and others.

Tickets ($12 and $14 general, $9 and $12 students)

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Cal Poly Choirs Spring Concert with the Cal Poly Symphony

Sunday, June 3, 2018
8 p.m., Harman Hall, Performing Arts Center

The Cal Poly Choirs join forces with the Cal Poly Symphony to perform Maurice Duruflé’s “Requiem.”

Tickets ($12 and $14 general, $9 and $12 students)

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