Saturday, April 26, 8:00 p.m.
Sunday, April 27, 3:00 p.m.

Santa Rosa Junior College & The California Redwood Chorale

Eternal Light

The Music of Morten Lauridsen

The Santa Rosa Symphonic Chorus, directed by Dan Earl, will sing
Morten Lauridsen's "Lux Aeterna", with chamber orchestra. The California Redwood Chorale
will sing Lauridsen's "Dirait-on," and more. Both choruses will join in singing Lauridsen's
"Sure on this Shining Night" These concerts mark the retirement of Dan Earl, whose
service to the community has spanned decades of commitment to musical education.

$15 admission general


Friday, May 3, 7:30 p.m.

presented by
Sonoma County Chamber Singers

Returning Nightingales
Songs of spring, nature and nightingales

In this transcendent Spring concert, the acclaimed Sonoma County
Chamber Singers weave the image of the nightingale into a series of
songs, from Tchaikovsky's folk song 'The Nightingale,' to a spirited
medley of songs from Stephen Sondheim's 'Sweeney Todd.' .


(Donations gratefully accepted)


Sunday, May 4, 7:00 p.m.

Showcase Concert Series
Teresa Tudury
Ira Marlowe


As comfortable with humor as with harmony, Teresa
Tudury and Ira Marlow are both stellar solo performers
whose original songs are lightly crafted gems of
wry observation and hilariously spot-on wordcraft. Described
(by L.A. Weekly) as "a cross between Bette Midler and Bonnie
Raitt," Tudury has a sultry voice and smooth, bluesy way
with a guitar, and fast-rising Marlowe has been compared to a
young Tom Waits. This intimate concert brings you up close and
personal with two of the Bay Area's finest songwriting performers. .
. And yes . . . there will be pie.

$15 in advance
$18 at the Door



Saturday, May 10, 8:00 p.m.
Sunday, May 11, 3:00 p.m.

The Occidental Community Choir presents
All Our Relations

In the winter of 1978, a group of musically-minded folks from
the hills around Occidental gathered to sing carols around a campfire
on Christmas Eve. They did not want to stop singing, and 36 years later,
they still haven't stopped. Now under the leadership of director Andy DelMonte,
the OCC returns to the Glaser Center for another sensational concert
of original tunes and suprising twists on old favorites.

$15 admission general
Free for children 12 years and younger



Saturday, May 17, 3:00 p.m.

The Glaser Center Presents
The New Horizon Band
of Sonoma County

Sonoma County's premier all-senior citizen band returns
for an afternoon concert of rousing tunes, old and new.
When the New Horizons musicians take over a hall, it's part
concert, part party, and part celebration of being alive! Don't miss out! .

donations accepted with gratitude


Saturday, May 24, 7:00 p.m.

The Healdsburg Jazz Festival presents
The Marcus Shelby Orchestra
and the Freedom Jazz Choir

Harriet Tubman: Bound for the Promised Land

At last year's Healdsburg Jazz Festival, bassist Marcus Shelby—a composer
of Ellingtonian sweep and ambition—performed his suite 'Soul of a Movement:
Meditations on Martin Luther King Jr.,' with a 16-piece jazz orchestra and
the 85-member HJF Freedom Jazz Choir. This year, Shelby returns with another
magnificient composition, his sweeping, 'Harriet Tubman: Bound for the Promised
Land.' Using music as a unifying force for understnding and peace, this
unforgettable evening of music is made possible by a grant from the James
Irvine Foundation.




Friday, May 30, 7:30 p.m.

The Glaser Center Presents
Wretch Like Me
The Road to Edinburgh Tour

David Templeton's acclaimed one-man-show is a heartbreaking comedy
about youth, faith, and sel-fawareness, tracing David's all-too-true trajectory
from fundamentalist teenage puppeteer to ex-believer. With vivid storytelling,
David relates jaw-dropping funny tales of teenage believers in the 1970s, filled
with outrageous characters and some unforgettable feats of verbal derring do
(ever hear anyone sing 'Amazing Grace' backwards? This performance is one of
several David is giving in the Bay Area, as he prepares to take this show to the
world-famous Edinburgh Fringe Festival in Scotland. Come support this local
journalist-playwright, giving a big final boost to the fundraising effort.

Tickets $15
($18 at the door)



Sunday, June 1, 4:00 p.m.

Santa Rosa Children's Chorus
Spring Concert
30th Annual

Carol Menke directs this outstanding chorus of young voices,
in a performance crammed with gorgeous music from the Renaissance
to the present.

Tickets $10-$15
Available at the door


Sunday, June 7, 7:30 p.m.

Glaser Center Showcase Concert Series
Maria Bija & Christian Foley-Beining

Mark Taylor & Joelle Gonclaves

Maria Bija & Christian Foley-Beining have recently combined
their world-class talents to perform the legendary Brazilian music
of composer Djavan. Mark Taylor has been acclaimed for his brilliant
Flamenco guitar mastery, and in this special concert, he'll be joined
by astonishing flamenco vocalist Joelle Gonclaves.

Tickets $15 in advance
$18 at the door


Sunday, December 14, 7:00 p.m.

America's Favorite Dragapella Beautyshop Quartet

The Kinsey Sicks
Oy Vey in a Manger

In 'Oy Vey in a Manger,' we find the four lovably reputation-ruining Kinsey Sicks—
Rache, Winnie, Trixie, and Trampolina—trying hard to sell of their manger,
before it's foreclosed upon.
Yes, that manger. Crises arise, secrets
are revealed, Jewish-Gentile tensions surface, and mayhem ensues—
all in glorious four-part harmony.
'Oy Vey' boasts The Kiney Sicks luscious reinterpretations of Holiday Classica,
such as 'God Bless Ye Femmy Lesbians,' 'Satan Baby,' and 'I'm dreaming
of a Betty White Christmas'—plus hilarious Jewish satiric fare, including
'Don't Be Happy—Worry!' the Chanukah spa classic 'I Had a Little Facial,' and of course,
the requisite new Christmas cuisine standard, 'Soylent Night.'

$35 Premium seating
$25 general (advance price)
$28 (general; at the door)




NOTE: Except where otherwise indicated, all above events are presented by the Unitarian Universalist
Congregation Santa Rosa. A number of the above listed events are rentals. The UUCSR should notnecesarily be viewed as
sponsoring or endorsing these renters, or the messages or content expressed in the course of the event. The UUCSR affirms the principle of
acknowledging the worth and dignity of all people, and supports the power of freedom of speech.