"Glow", a family holiday concert

"Glow", a family holiday concert

Mission Santa Clara (map)

Softly falls the winter snow
Whispers to the sleeping world below
"Winter tide awakes"
Morning breaks and sets the Earth aglow

250 girls of the iSing Girlchoir come together for the annual holiday concert at the beautiful Mission Santa Clara. Join us for this festive and joyful evening of music, featuring traditional carols and holiday favorites. Many families tell us that this is  their most treasured holiday tradition. We look forward to celebrating the “glow” of the season with your family.

Two performances:
Saturday, December 15, 2pm & 4:30pm
Mission Santa Clara

Tickets: $25–$50, Student tickets $10

Syn·es·the·sia [ˌsinəsˈTHēZHə/]

Syn·es·the·sia [ˌsinəsˈTHēZHə/]

St. Mark's Episcopal Church (map)

noun, 1. the production of a sense impression relating to one sense or part of the body by stimulation of another sense or part of the body. Experience music that stimulates multiple senses at once!

Spend an evening with iSing's chamber choir, HD.

Saturday, February 9, 2019, 7PM
St. Mark's Episcopal Church, Palo Alto
Tickets: $15–$25

RAISE YOUR GLASS GALA, pop up picnic!

RAISE YOUR GLASS GALA, pop up picnic!

Filoli (map)

Join us for our sixth annual fundraising Gala where we’ll celebrate iSing’s bright future — a night sure to delight — all dressed in white. More details coming soon.


Saturday, May 4

More details coming soon

Spring Sing, with Minis & Melodics

Spring Sing, with Minis & Melodics

First Baptist Church of Palo Alto (map)


Grow little tree,
stretch your arms and spread your leaves

Our annual Spring Sing celebrates our youngest singers. This fun, family-oriented concert showcases the new skills and accomplishments of our Minis and Melodics Choirs. 

Saturday, May 11, Minis @ 3PM, Melodics @ 4:30PM

First Baptist Church of Palo Alto

No tickets required

Spring Concert Celebration!

Spring Concert Celebration!

Bing Concert Hall (map)

iSing makes our debut at the famed Bing Concert Hall. The centerpiece of the performance: Night, a newly-commissioned work for treble voices, string quartet, and percussion by Grammy-nominated composer Adam Schoenberg, with text excerpted from Elie Wiesel’s holocaust memoir, Night. Our choirs will mark the culmination of our sixth season of singing with our annual Spring anthem, Grow Little Tree.

Featured choirs: Harmonics, Prephonics, Polyphonics, & HD.

Sunday, June 9, TIME TBD

Bing Concert Hall, Stanford University