"I was thoroughly impressed with the professionalism and beautiful sound quality of Soli Deo Gloria women's choir. Their director is not afraid to program challenging, modern works in addition to more traditional pieces. The choir has responded enthusiastically with very high-quality work. " Brenda Myers, percussionist.

"We have been consistently 'WOWED' by Soli Deo Gloria's professional choral musicianship. If you want to hear Fresno's best, just come to hear this group."

We won Third Place at the California International Choral Festival in San Luis Obispo in June! Watch

Soli Deo Gloria is an auditioned women's chorale of singers of the highest caliber dedicated to making the highest quality choral music possible to the glory of God. Soli Deo Gloria derives its name from the practice of the eminent 17th century musician, Johann Sebastian Bach, who inscribed many of his compositions with the Latin phrase, Soli Deo Gloria (to God alone be the glory). Committed to excellence in the performance of diverse and challenging classical and contemporary choral literature for women's voices, SDG inspires and enchants audiences in the Fresno area.

Upcoming Concerts

11/22/2013

"Sing it Sister!: Six Centuries of Girl Groups"

Join SDG as we sing music composed especially for women's voices. Music includes spirituals, chant, Bach, Brahms, Sweet Honey on the Rock, Sweet Adelines and the Andrews Sisters!

University Presbyterian
1776 E. Roberts, Fresno
559-473-6486
7:30 p.m.
Tickets are $15 Advance, $20 Door, $10 Students and online

 

11/17/2013

"Sing it Sister!: Six Centuires of Girl Groups" (2nd Concert)

First Congregational Church
Porterville
559-473-3486
4:00 p.m.
Free Admission

5/3/2014

"Soli Deo Gloria Goes Soli"

SDG explores music from Bach to Broadway and features several members in solos and duets! We're thrilled to feature Canzona Women's Ensemble from San Luis Obispo. They will present a newly commissioned work by Dr. Meredith Brammeier of Cal Poly.

University Presbyterian Church
1776 E. Roberts, Fresno
559-473-6486
7:30 p.m.
Tickets are $15 Advance, $20 Door, $10 Students and online