Announcing our 2017-18 Season!

Pacific Edge Voices is excited to roll out its 2017-18 season! This year we are devoting our singalong to fan-favorite Jazz & Pop songs. Come experience J&P from inside the music and have fun singing a cappella with us! Our winter concert brings promises and light for the soul with works by Aaron Copland, Charles Ives and Rich Campbell. Our fundraiser in February, Radio PEV, will be a retrospective, broadcast history of PEV sound waves over the years. Spring brings songs of awakenings featuring Arvo Part’s lovely I am the True Vine and Maurice Durufle’s four motets. And of course our wildly popular annual Jazz & Pop concert in June is not to be missed!

Check out the new season!

Check out some YouTube videos from past A Cappella Jazz & Pop shows!
Freio Aerodinamico
Tomorrow Robins Will Sing
Too Darn Hot

THE BAY AREA’S UNCOMMON CHORUS

Pacific Edge Voices (formerly Pacific Mozart Ensemble) is a Grammy®-nominated chorus that has been captivating audiences around the world for 35 years. Our diverse repertoire of performances include collaborations with artists such as Kent Nagano, Dave Brubeck, Meredith Monk, and Bobby McFerrin.

Open Rehearsal September 11

PEV is hosting an open rehearsal on Monday, September 11th from 7:30 – 9, with opportunities afterward to meet with our director, Dr. Lynne Morrow. We’d love to meet you, sing with you, chat with you, eat snacks with you and discover if we would be a good fit for each other. Please RSVP so we can have music ready for you! Call (510) 848-8022 or email info@pacificedgevoices.org. More info about joining PEV is here.

Our collaboration with Persian-American composer Omid Zoufounoun.

The launch of our inaugural Sing-along series!

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Support us for 35 more years of music-making!

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Interested in joining us? Come audition!

Interested in joining us? Come audition!

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Pacific Edge Voices will sing for your event!

Pacific Edge Voices will sing for your event!

History

2005 Grammy Nomination

Revisit 36 years of magic on our timeline!

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