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Fri, Apr 5 • 8pm

Reclaiming Radical

Old Mission Dolores, SF  (map)

Program notes and more available here

Sat, Apr 6 • 4pm

Reclaiming Radical

Berkeley Hillside Club, Berkeley (map)

Pre-concert panel • 3pm (more info)

Program notes and more available here

Reimagine the word radical at its roots: fundamental, foundational, indispensable.

  • ​Hear the stories of heroes: We celebrate the legacies of César Chavez and Dolores Huerta, champions for social justice, in a brand new work by Chris Castro.

  • Experience radical truth-telling: Trevor Weston's Truth Tones honoring Dr. Martin Luther King weaves a tapestry of honesty and hope for treble voices and cello.

  • Feel the power of words: Stacy Garrop's poignant setting of the last letter written to Ruth Bader Ginsburg by her beloved husband, adapted just for 21V, will touch your heart.

  • Find hope in unity: Jerod Impichchaachaaha' Tate's We Are the Storm reminds us that even in darkness, we can find strength and change together.


MartÍn Benvenuto, Artistic Director

With guest artists

Margaret Halbig, Piano

Emil Miland, Cello

Fri, Apr 5 • 8pm
Old Mission Dolores, SF

Sat, Apr 6 • 4pm
Berkeley Hillside Club, Berkeley
Pre-concert panel • 3pm (more info)

Thank you for shaking my world as a professional conductor, teacher and human being. Your commitment to bringing such important issues through exceptional artistry is a gift to our community and the art of choral music.

– Elena Sharkova, Conductor

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