Join the SFBC for its winter concert featuring Navidad Nuestra, a
folkdrama of the nativity in the rhythms and traditions of Hispanic America, and other fun sing-along holiday favorites.
Get your tickets today for this extravaganza of singing and bell-ringing which will be sure to bring good cheer! Sells out quickly!
This concert showcases our Concert Chorus and Graduate Chorale along with feature performances by the Junior Apprentice, Apprentice, and Intermediate levels of our Training Chorus.
Celebrating 65 Years!
The Grammy Award-winning San Francisco Boys Chorus has offered top quality performance experience and musical training to boys in the San Francisco Bay Area for 65 years.
What are the seating options?
Please see the seating chart and obstructed view illustration for this concert's seating options. Reservations are for sections only, not exact rows or seats. Kindly negotiate seating with other reserved patrons in your section.
Where is Accessible Seating?
Accessible Seating is available on the aisle of the section ticket is purchased for. Let us know if you need any assistance.
What are my transport/parking options getting to the event?
We recommend you arrive early to allow for parking. St. Dominic's Church is located at 2390 Bush St. (between Pierce and Steiner) in San Francisco. The church entrance is on the Steiner St. side of the block. Limited parking will be available for a suggested donation in the lot behind the church (enter on Steiner or Pierce).
Nearby Bus Lines: 3 Jackson, 38 Geary
Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?
Is my ticket transferrable?
Yes. Sorry, no refunds or exchanges on any tickets.
Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
Yes (although we will have a list of online purchasers should you leave it at home)
The name on the registration/ticket doesn't match the attendee. Is that okay?
The mission of the San Francisco Boys Chorus is to provide music education, vocal training, and performance experience at the highest artistic level to boys from all cultural, ethnic, and economic backgrounds.