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Requium 2019 SVPC


Spring Collaboration Concert 2020

Friday & Saturday, March 6 & 7, 7 p.m.

Invite your friends and family to our 2nd annual, double-performance, collaborative Spring Concert presented by more than 300 musicians—SVPC’s church choir, the Cupertino High School choirs, orchestra, professional soloists, and organ.

The concert features Mozart’s world famous Requiem. Mozart's Requiem is a choral masterpiece whose genesis is shrouded in mystery—one that makes the piece all the more fascinating and emotionally stirring.  But aside from all the myths, its beauty remains. Requiem is a gravely solemn, dramatic and transcendent piece of sublime music.

Child care (6 months to 6 years) will be provided, and all are invited to a reception immediately following the concert.

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Past Events


CHRISTMAS CHOIR cONCERT 2019Christmas Concert

Join us, Sunday, December 8, at 7 p.m., for a concert of glorious Christmas music performed by our chancel choir, soloists, orchestra and organ. The concert will feature Mozart’s beautiful Solemn Vespers, Mark Hayes’ exciting and dramatic Gloria; and David Willcocks’ joyful carol settings (with audience sing-along). Childcare will be provided, and a reception will follow.





Spring Concert 2019

Sunnyvale Presbyterian Church and Cupertino High School choirs presented a concert featuring Dan Forrest’s Requiem for the Living with over 300 choir and orchestra musicians, harp, piano and organ solos, and spirituals. Requiem for the Living (2013) is a five-movement prayer for rest based on Biblical texts from Ecclesiastes and Job, and traditional Requiem texts. The texts and music move from pouring out grief, and wrestling with the problem of pain and sorrow, to finding hope in Christ’s redemption, seeing God’s glory in creation, and arriving at rest and peace in Christ, even while living in our broken world. Several rousing spiritual settings featuring tenor soloist Trente Morant rounded out the program.

Part 1—Requiem
Part 2—Solos and gospel songs


Choir of BellsChoir of Bells Concert

Saturday, June 1, 5 p.m., sanctuary

The Choir of Bells shares their gift of music at this annual concert, as they move in sync, their handbells ringing one after the other, the notes lingering in the air.

A free-will offering will be collected to support the handbell fund.