Voices of the Valley at Foothill Presbyterian Church

"I Love Life" Choral Concert

We are excited to reconnect with our audience in our first public performance since the COVID-19 pandemic.

Join us for an experience of joy and harmony, and share in the love for life through music.


Melodies of Love by Joseph Martin
⁠All things bright and beautiful by John Rutter
⁠Hail holy queen by Marc Shaiman
鄧麗君組曲(ladies chorus) by 高竹嵐 Chu-Lan Kao
夜來香 by 黎錦光 Jin-Guang Li
彎彎的月亮 by李海鷹 Hai-Ying Li
思念 by 谷建芬 Jian-Fen Gu
⁠Home on the range
⁠If ever I would leave you by Frederick Loewe
⁠Mary Ann
Who will buy by Lionel Bart
Connected by Brian Tate
⁠Family Life by Paul McCartney
⁠I love life by Mana- Zucca Cassell

Directed by Ms Stephanie Chan

05/18/2024 Sat, 04:30 PM - 05:30 PM PST
$15 General, $10 Seniors, $10 Students Find Tickets

10% Discount for 10+ Group



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Voices of the Valley - VoV - 清韻合唱團

was founded in November 1997, and made its debut performance at the San Francisco Asian Art Museum three months later. Under the music direction of Stephanie Chan, the regularly performing group delivers to the audience well-known choral favorites, and challenges them with rare and delightful works from baroque to contemporary with an international flair.

In addition to its own concerts, VoV is often invited to perform with local performing groups like the National Taiwan University Alumni Chorus North America and Bay Area Showcase Chorus, and appear on Bay Area Radio/TV Stations. VoV performed Faure's Requiem with the Stanford University Orchestra under conductor Dr. Cai Jin Dong in 2008, and collaborated with the renowned XiaMen Philharmonic Orchestra at the San Francisco Davies Symphony Hall in 2009. In 2010, VoV went on its first international concert tour, by invitation from the Chinese University of Hong Kong to perform Dreams of the Red Chamber by Taiwanese composer Eric Liu. VoV returned to Asia in 2013, to perform a program that included the Chinese Cantata Eighteen Songs of the Nomad Flute and excerpts from the musical Sunset Boulevard at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, the Hong Kong Polytechnic University, and Paper Dome Church in Taiwan.

Many of VoV's singers are Silicon Valley high-tech professionals who are passionate about choral music. VoV’s repertoire includes a vast selection of works from different genres, cultures and musical periods, specializing in staged choral works and modern music. To name a few: Scarlatti’s Te Deum Laudamus, Mozart’s Requiem, Schubert’s Rosamunde, Faure’s Requiem, Johann Strauss Jr’s Die Fledermaus, Gilbert and Sullivan’s operettas, Paul McCartney’s Liverpool Oratorio, Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Phantom of the Opera and Sunset Boulevard, Huang Zi’s Song of Eternal Lament, Huang YauTai’s Mulan Joins the Army, Hsu Tsang-Houei’s The Legend of the White Snake and Chen Yi’s Chinese Poems.

VoV is funded by organizations like Arts Council Silicon Valley, corporate sponsors like Google and Prince of Peace Corporation, individual donors, member contributions, and ticket sales from performances.


Listen to excerpts from A Musical Journey.
Listen to samples of our singing in the MVCPA 25th Anniversary Celebration.
Listen to a sample of VoV's all time favorites.
See VoV in action, visit the Gallery page.