San Antonio Master Singers – Father’s Day Concert and Evensong – 5pm Concert – 6pm Evensong

After a two year postponement due to the worldwide pandemic, the San Antonio Mastersingers reach our shores to celebrate the joy of song in a programme of works from both sides of the Atlantic to celebrate Father's Day . The forty singers from Texas will present an eclectic programme, featuring African American spirituals, folks songs from around the UK and the USA , classical choral favourites and Americana.

19 June 2022


Holy Trinity Sloane Square

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The San Antonio Mastersingers is the official chorus of the San Antonio Symphony, under the direction of Dr. John Silantien. The chorus is the first symphony chorus to be created in Texas, formed in 1944, and the 2021-2022 season marks its 77th anniversary of performances by the Mastersingers with the Symphony.

The Mastersingers have a reputation for meticulous preparation and professionalism that has brought the group frequent invitations for tours and guest appearances nationally and internationally. Through the years, the Mastersingers have performed in Carnegie Hall four times, in the Vatican in Rome, at High Mass at Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris, at the American Cemetery in Normandy and many other prestigious venues.

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