Join us for a “Joyful Reunion”, baroque-style!

For the first time ever, two local classical music institutions – the Santa Cruz Baroque Festival and the Santa Cruz Chorale – are joining forces to present a concert that is sure to delight audiences!


Christian Grube, Artistic Director of the Santa Cruz Chorale and Professor Emeritus of the Berlin University of Arts, and Linda Burman-Hall, Artistic Director of the Santa Cruz Baroque Festival and Professor of Music at the University of California, Santa Cruz, have put together an exciting program featuring choir, baroque orchestra, organ, and soloists (Suzanne Duvall, Daniel Plaster, and Paul Murray), with beautiful Holy Cross church as the perfect setting. The program includes Handel’s glorious Chandos Anthem “My song shall be alway”, Bach’s uplifting cantata “For God so loved the world” (sung in German), Purcell’s celebratory “O Sing Unto the Lord”, and Handel’s ever-popular “Organ Concerto in F Major”. 

Get your tickets for this special concert now and join these two ensembles as they celebrate decades of bringing classical music to Central California audiences and beyond!




Purchase your tickets for “Joyful Reunion” now at or by calling 831-427-8023. Remaining tickets available at the door.


Prices: General $25, Seniors $20, Students $5.




Saturday, March 1, 2014: 8:00 pm

Sunday, March 2, 2014: 4:00 pm

Holy Cross Church, 123 High Street, Santa Cruz


Parking is limited so carpooling is encouraged.

More information about the ensembles and their artistic directors can be found here:

Santa Cruz Chorale

Santa Cruz Baroque Festival 

Linda Burman-Hall

Christian Grube 



The Santa Cruz Chorale and the Santa Cruz Baroque Festival are funded in part by grants from the Arts Council of Santa Cruz County.