In the ‘70s, Cat Stevens sang, "Peace train, take this country, come take me home again..." That 1971 chart hit by Cat Stevens resonates in the hearts of millions with its message of hope and peace, and now it speaks to a new generation.
Join a wonderful group of women Monday evenings from 7 to 9 p.m. to breathe, sing and inspire each other. Diablo Women's Chorale--come for the music, stay for the fun.
Diablo Women's Chorale hosted a vocal performance seminar on April 16th along with vocal choral group The Ashmolean Singers of Rossmoor. The festival was led by renowned music clinician, conductor, arranger, and composer Derric Johnson based in Winter Garden, Florida. This event was made...more
February is known for saluting our presidents and honoring the ones we love. Although Americans don’t have their own “royalty,” they are fascinated by it and have their own versions in music with the King of Pop and the King of Rock n Roll and in films with movie...more
If you were lucky enough to see the Diablo Women’s Chorale holiday show in December, then you know what fun and music are all about. The Chorale sang a dozen tunes in both new versions and old, and had the audience of 350 standing on their feet in a finale sing-along.
Is the Christmas radio station a preset in your car? Is listening to winter classics part of your preparation for Black Friday? Enjoy your favorite holiday songs this season performed live. Diablo Women’s Chorale will be singing 15 of the top classic Christmas songs, according to Billboard...more
Mary Sorenson announced in April that she will be pursuing other projects at the conclusion of her DWC contract in June, 2015. Since January 2011 when she began as director, she oversaw an emphasis on modern American styles of singing, including jazz and gospel styles, singing off book to better...more
Our Spring Concert on May 18, 2014 was a resounding success! We sang our songs about the Birds & Bees to a full house, accompanied by our jazz combo, the Killer Bees. Director Mary Sorenson and Pianist Stephen Evans excelled, the Chorale members sparkled, our special guests (a “baby...more