San Ramon Voices is a 501-C3 corporation formed to assist the award winning SRVHS Choir Program. We support the choirs’ rich variety of activities by sponsoring several major fundraisers each year (including our annual dinner show and auction) to help raise money for the program, the choir accompanist, and tours. We also sell concert tickets, seek community grants, and recommend per student donations for uniforms. Finally, all SR Voices positions are volunteer with choir parents and friends supplying approximately 5,000 volunteer hours per year.
Director - Michael DiGiacinto email@example.com
President - Tiffany Nearon firstname.lastname@example.org
Executive VP - Michelle Brennan-Cooke email@example.com
Membership VP - Carrie Doyle firstname.lastname@example.org
Treasurer - Stu Thompson email@example.com
Secretary - Michelle Beckham firstname.lastname@example.org
Auditor - OPEN (please contact email@example.com if interested)
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San Ramon Valley High School is proud to announce Michael DiGiacinto as the new Choir Director for the 2020-21 school year. Michael is an active conductor, composer, and pianist in the Bay Area. He is the Associate Music Director of the Symphony Silicon Valley Chorale and principal conductor of the A-Sharp Chorus. He has held the position of Music Director of the Winchester Orchestra of San Jose and Bay Shore Lyric Opera as well as Music Director of the Symphony Orchestra and Opera Theater at San Jose State University. In addition to SJSU, Michael has served on the faculties of West Valley College, Hofstra University, and the Manhattan School of Music. He received his Bachelor's degree in Music Education from New York University and his Masters degree in Composition from the Manhattan School of Music.
A tireless advocate for arts education, Michael is an active member of the National Association for Music Education and has been involved with numerous efforts to bring music to schools and communities in need. Through the Outreach Department at Manhattan School of Music, he coordinated programs including group lessons and presentations on the orchestra, opera, and jazz at schools where arts programs are chronically underfunded or do not exist. Abroad, Michael has worked with community centers in Bethlehem, Palestine to bring arts education to the children of the Al Azza Refugee Camp.
Soprano Danielle Marie is located in the South Bay area of Northern California. Nothing is more fulfilling to Danielle than singing oratorio, spirituals, and sacred works.
Danielle received her Master’s Degree in Voice Performance at San Jose State University, studying under Professor Layna Chianakas and her Bachelors Degree in Music Education with an emphasis in Choral Conducting from California State University Fullerton. Prior voice instructors include Sandra Bengochea, Dr. Nicole Baker, and Mary Scheibe. Danielle has been the soprano soloist for a number of major works, including Orff’s Carmina Burana, Mozart Requiem, Mozart Vesperae solennes de confessore, Brahms Requiem, Haydn’s Lord Nelson Mass, Kim Andre Arnensen’s “Magnificat,” and Schubert’s Mass in G with various groups in the Bay Area including Dr. Jeffrey Benson and the following chorus’ Peninsula Cantare, the Bay Area Singers, San Jose State University Symphonic Chorus, Michael DiGiacinto and the Winchester Orchestra, Lou De La Rosa and the Winchester Orchestra, and Kristina Nakagawa and Resounding Achord.