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SACRA / PROFANA

San Diego's Premiere Professional Choral Ensemble

“Over the years, I've found few musical experiences in town as affecting as those performed by this vocal ensemble.”

– David L. Coddon, San Diego Union-Tribune 

We hope you enjoyed Season 15:
A Love That Lifts Up

Save these dates for our 16th season:
Mirrors, Windows, and Sliding Glass Doors

Friday, October 25 - Rumours Uncovered - Featuring Music by Fleetwood Mac
Saturday, December 14 - A Candle in the Window - A Holiday Concert
Saturday, February 8 - Mirrors
Saturday, March 29 - Windows
Sunday, May 18 - Sliding Glass Doors

 
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SACRA/PROFANA has been awarded the 2023 Chorus America Education and Community Engagement Award!!

UPCOMING EVENTS

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SCI Concert: The Stories We Tell
Saturday, July 13th, 6:00 PM
Point Loma Nazarene University, Crill Performance Hall

FEATURED VIDEO

Cars (A Socially Distant Choral Arrangement)

Cars (A Socially Distant Choral Arrangement)

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Cars (A Socially Distant Choral Arrangement)


Cars by Gary Numan

Performed by SACRA/PROFANA

Audio recordings were made remotely by members of the choir

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ABOUT US

SACRA/PROFANA inspires love for the choral arts by delivering dynamic performances, dedicated educational outreach, and advocacy for social justice through music.

 

Our debut album, Elegies & Ecstasies, was released in 2012, and in 2014 SACRA/PROFANA produced the world premiere recording of when we were children by Pulitzer Prize-winning composer David Lang, available on the Cantaloupe Music record label. Our Holiday album A Longing for Christmas, was released in 2021.

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DONATE

Please consider making a donation to support SACRA/PROFANA and choral music today!

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“I left the concert with only one question. ‘Could anyone ask for more?’”

– Ken Herman, San Diego Story

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