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730pm Saturday, November 22, 2014
and 3pm Sunday, November 23, 2014

Johann Sebastian Bach:
Mass in B Minor

 

This choral masterpiece has been hailed by many as one of the
greatest musical works of all time. Composed of revised versions
of compositions that date from different times in Bach's life,
it transcends the sum of its parts.

 

First United Methodist Church, 305 East Anapamu
(corner of Garden), Santa Barbara, California.
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Tickets for the concert will be available at Chaucer's Bookstore, Santa Barbara Sheet Music, Tecolote Book Shop, and at the door. Prices: $22 general,$20 for seniors and disabled, $12 for college students with ID, children K-12 FREE.For more information, or to reserve tickets, call 967-8287

BUY TICKETS ONLINE: If you want to use your credit card to buy your tickets for the November concert, you will be able to do that within a couple of weeks before the concert.
*Please note* that the website that handles these orders
adds a fee of about $2 per ticket.

 


7pm Sunday, December 14, 2014

19th Annual Holiday Concert,
Carol-Sing, and Party

 

(A favorite Santa Barbara fund-raiser!)

Unitarian Society of Santa Barbara,
1535 Santa Barbara Street
Santa Barbara, California

Tickets for the concert will be available at Chaucer's Bookstore, Santa Barbara Sheet Music, Tecolote Book Shop, and at the door. Prices: $20 general,$10 for
children under 12
(tax deduction: $12 per adult ticket,
$2 per child ticket)

 

The Santa Barbara Master Chorale

The Santa Barbara Master Chorale is a community chorus committed to enriching the cultural life of the Central Coast by presenting the world's finest choral music, accompanied by professional orchestras and soloists, at affordable ticket prices.

At the same time, we help participating singers improve their musical knowledge and performance skills, and actively promote an interest in choral music to diverse audiences with a special focus on young people.

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