The Sacramento Valley Concert Choir is a non-auditioned, volunteer mixed community choral association that has been performing in churches, retirement residences and for community groups throughout the greater Sacramento valley since 1969.  Now governed by a Board of Directors, the SVCC was originally a part of the San Juan Adult Education program.  We rehearse Tuesday evenings from 7:00 to 9:00 pm at Arden Christian Church at the corner of Eastern and Las Cruces Way just south of Arden in Sacramento, and prepare two programs a year (Winter and Spring) featuring a wide range of choral music. The Spring program, performed during late April and early May, is usually broad-based, including selections from popular musicals, folk songs, patriotic pieces and the works of composers and arrangers who have dedicated their careers to the expansion and improvement of choral literature.  Fall concerts, which begin after Thanksgiving, are generally comprised of both sacred and secular holiday music from a variety of traditions.  After every concert, except the one in the State Capitol Rotunda, we invite our audiences to join the choir in a group sing-along. Previous performance sites include: American River College Area Churches Area Retirement Residences Crocker Art Museum Davis Art Center Harris Center Old Governor’s Mansion Orangevale Community Center Sierra College State Capitol Rotunda Towe Ford Museum The SVCC is self-supporting through dues, donations and fund-raisers. Please make checks payable to: Sacramento Valley Concert Choir and contact our Treasurer for information on where to send your donation. Contributions and member dues paid to the SVCC are not considered tax-deductible. Please direct any website-related questions or issues to the SVCC Webmaster.   Last Update: 2/8/2018