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The Valley Choral Society is comprised of singers from throughout the greater Sacramento, California valley and foothill area.

The mission of the Valley Choral Society is to break down barriers and create a common bond by performing music that elevates the human soul and brings God's light to the community.

The Fall concert series traditionally features Part I of the Messiah and beautifully arranged Christmas carols. A mixture of contemporary and classical work is featured during the spring concert series.

In addition to choral members, other individuals volunteer their talents, which sustains the Valley Choral Society's mission and goals. Support for the Valley Choral Society comes through membership fees paid by members of the chorus and donations from individuals and organizations. The society dedicates its spring series performances to benefit Sacramento Area Habitat for Humanity chapters.

In addition to the fall and spring concert series, the Valley Choral Society has performed at the Sacramento Interfaith Service Bureau's annual Dorothy Booker Memorial Musicale, participated in the annual Wasatch Chorale Festival hosted by the Utah Valley Choral Society of Provo, Utah, sung at the annual Senior Spectacular sponsored by KCTC radio, inaugurated a summer concert program at the Sacramento Capitals Allstate Tennis Courts, joined area choirs in the annual "A Call for Unity" concert, and the "Sac Sings" choral festival among other appearances.

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Mission Statement

The Mission of the Valley Choral Society is to bring God's light to the community, performing music composed with the intent to elevate the human soul.

Purpose
The Valley Choral Society and Orchestra is a volunteer organization comprised of vocal and orchestral musicians which brings people together through music, breaking down barriers and creating a common bond.

Vision
Better people through good music.

Goals

  1. Enhance musical knowledge and skill of individual participants.
  2. Give lesser-known artists an opportunity and venue to perform and share their work.
  3. Have spiritually meaningful rehearsals that encourage acceptance of diversity by working together towards a common goal.
  4. Have performances that effect a positive change in the audience, by promoting a common spiritual ground.
  5. Attract those people and organizations that share our vision and will partner and use their resources to help promote our mission and achieve our goals.

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