Wednesday, December 1, 2021 - 7:30pm to 9:00pm
- Trinity Episcopal Church (1500 State St.)
Non-UCSB students with ID ($7)
UCSB students with ID (FREE)*
Children under 12 (FREE)*
UCSB AS Ticket Office:
UCEN Room 1535 (across from Corwin Pavilion)
*Youth and UCSB student tickets may be reserved in advance by contacting the ticket office
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UC Santa Barbara Department of Music
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UCSB Chamber Choir
In her first in-person concert since her appointment in Fall 2020 as the UC Santa Barbara Sorensen Director of Choral Music, Dr. Nicole Lamartine, along with graduate students David Torres, Steven Thomson, and Nadia Stehmeier, will lead the UCSB Chamber Choir, UCSB Lumina Choir, and the UCSB Singing Gauchos in a concert experience exploring clarity. This special event will take place on Wednesday, December 1, 2021 at 7:30 pm PT at Trinity Episcopal Church in downtown Santa Barbara.
“Clarity is about movement through, while creating awareness within,” noted Lamartine of the inspiration behind the program. Contemporary choral works, as well as music from a diversity of cultures and spiritual traditions, will highlight themes of sharing, giving, healing, peace, and strengthening community. This will be the first concert for the newly-formed tenor-bass choir, the UCSB Singing Gauchos.
The choirs will create the audience experience through a continuous collage program interwoven with prose, improvisation, chamber groups, and solos. The program will feature a Sanskrit mantra for light, peace, and truth, "Gamaya," arranged by Paul Rudoi, as well as the uplifting “Hope Lingers Here” by Andrea Ramsey. Interwoven throughout the experience moments of familiar music that surprise and connect. The concert concludes with candlelight illuminating the church as everyone sings “Silent Night.”
UCSB Mobile Ticketing via the AXS App
UCSB is moving to mobile ticketing via the AXS app! AXS Mobile ID digital tickets are tickets you use with your phone—like e-tickets or mobile tickets from an airline or movie theater—and they make getting in easier than ever.
- Download the free AXS Tickets app from the Apple App Store or Google Play.
- Select "AXS Mobile ID" as your delivery method when buying tickets (it’s free!).
- Simply show your tickets on your phone using the AXS app to enter the venue.
See our Ticket Office Information page for more detailed instructions on how to purchase tickets, use your tickets to enter an event, and transfer tickets. Print-at-home tickets are no longer an option and paper tickets will no longer be sold at the door.
Protocols for attending in-person Department of Music events
All patrons 12 years of age and older must show proof of being fully vaccinated* OR provide a negative COVID-19 medical test result (PCR or antigen) taken within 72 hours of the event. Over-the-counter or at-home tests will not be accepted. All patrons must also present a state-issued photo ID in addition to their proof of vaccination/negative test result (photo ID is not required for minors who are accompanied by an adult).
Masks are required in indoor spaces at all times, regardless of vaccination status. Patrons must bring and wear their own face coverings that fully cover both the nose and mouth. Masks are also strongly encouraged at outdoor venues, particularly where social distancing is not an option. Patrons may be asked to leave a venue if they are not adhering to Department of Music health and safety guidelines.
*“Fully vaccinated” means a final COVID-19 vaccine dose was administered at least 14 days prior to the event
Please review the Department of Music's COVID-19 Health and Safety Protocols for more information.
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