San Francisco is proud to be home to the Girls Chorus and proud when you represent us as cultural ambassadors.
— Congresswoman Nancy Pelosi, Speaker of the House
For 39 years, the San Francisco Girls Chorus has captivated audiences throughout the Bay Area with extraordinary musical talent...Congratulations on being invited to perform at Carnegie Hall in New York. I am so excited you will be representing San Francisco and the state of California on one of the world’s most renowned stages.
— US Senator Kamala D. Harris

For four decades, the San Francisco Girls Chorus has regularly traveled across the country and around the world as a cultural ambassador for the city of San Francisco, the Bay Area, and the state of California. Touring is a integral part of the mission and vision of the chorus and is an unforgettable educational, artistic, and social experience our Premier Ensemble choristers look forward to with great anticipation.

Next Tour:

England and France in 2019. In July 2019, SFGC will travel to England and France for an 11-day, 6-concert tour, with performances in London, Cambridge, Windsor, and Paris.

Most Recent Tour:

New York City in 2018. In February 2018, SFGC traveled to New York for a week performances, recordings, and educational outreach and sightseeing activities.

Highlights of the trip included SFGC's sold-out concert debut at Carnegie Hall alongside Philip Glass and the Philip Glass Ensemble, which was broadcast around the world by Medici TV; a recording session with The Knights and the Trinity Youth Chorus for a forthcoming album; a CD release party and concert for our new album, Final Answer, at the cutting-edge music cabaret Le Poisson Rouge; an educational exchange with our friends at the Young People's Chorus of New York City; and sightseeing trips to the Guggenheim Museum, Museum of Modern Art, Top of the Rock at Rockefeller Center, and the hit Broadway musical, Wicked

Check out the slideshow of highlights from the New York tour!

Other Tours:

2017 - Washington, D.C. for performance at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts as part of SHIFT: A Festival of American Orchestras
2016 - New York City for performance at the New York Philharmonic's NYPHIL BIENNIAL festival at Lincoln Center
2015 - Finland, Sweden, and Estonia
2015 - Oregon for performances at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival, Britt Music Festival, and Oregon Bach Festival
2013 - Berlin, Germany
2011 - Cuba
2005 - Kyoto and Sapporo, Japan, for performance at the Pacific Music Festival
2003 - Baltic Countries
1999 - Canada