I am singing a solo (in Mozart's Regina Coeli) and am also singing in a quartet with Oratorio later in the program. I am singing with East Bay Singers (and man oh man are they GOOD!) in the earlier part of the program.
Show starts at 7:30. There is ample parking and it's also accessible by transit (bart to hayward station, take the 60 bus to Cal State East Bay and get off at the 2nd and D street stop (i.e. ring the bell as soon as you turn onto 2nd street). You cannot miss the big ol' church on the left.
It would mean the WORLD to me to see many of my bay area friends in attendance at this concert. Not just for me but in support of arts in schools (especially in colleges right now that are still facing budget cuts - CSUEB's music department barely escaped intact after this year's budget cuts).
It's going to be good. Songs in 8 different languages (Catalan, French, German, Latin, Hebrew, Spanish, French, and English), and in many styles from classical, to spiritual, to world, to the beauty of Lauridsen, to African Noel songs. Really great stuff.
here's a link to the current program for the concert:
I hope to see you there enjoying a great concert! :)