The Santa Cruz Peace Chorale.
A singing community for peace & justice
now in our 12th season.
Great songs. Great people. Great harmony.

Concert repertoire from past seasons

Listen to us

Member Handbook

Member Rehearsal & concert schedule

Member Practice Files

Photo Gallery


Saturday, August 23 1-4pm "Bread & Roses Open Rehearsal & Party"
Mt Calvary Lutheran Church, 2402 Cabrillo College Dr. Soquel
Singing circle led by Aileen Vance, games, homemade bread & homegrown flowers.  A great way to experience what singing with us is all about!

Thanks to all for a very successful spring concert, and a great season!    Open enrollment begins on Saturday, August, 23, 2014 with our annual
"Bread & Roses" afternoon event.  All September rehearsals are open to interested singers, begining Thursday, September 4 @ 7:30pm.  Have a great summer!


Our chorus is made up of folks just about like you. We support our activities and expenses with season-long pledges. Dues are on a sliding scale; no one is turned away due to finances or experience.  We are a non-auditioned mixed-voice community chorus of peace and justice activists.  People who have trouble hearing/matching pitch may be asked to do extra work or confer with the director for determination of appropriate learning tools/environment.
We ask for a 9-month comittment to membership, rehearsals and performances. All members are expected to contribute their energy to our 2 main fundraising events each year.

See links above for sample rehearsal/performance schedule & member guidelines.

We rehearse most Thursday evenings from September through May.


    For more information:
Music Director: Aileen Vance
Accompanist: Abigail Meloche

Our Mission:

We sing to support & promote both local and worldwide struggles for peace & social justice.

We sing to celebrate what one choir director once described as "The Full Cup of Life:  birth, death, joy, sorrow, struggle, triumph, work, play, love, and community!"

Our goal is to enlighten as well as to entertain.  We are open to anyone who wants to sing with us and do not hold auditions. We sing at community events, soup kitchens, street demonstrations, concerts, and more.


Amy Goodman:  “Final words, Pete Seeger, {on} the role of music, culture and politics.”
Pete: “They’re all tangled up.  Hooray for tangling!”