Based in Folsom and serving communities east of Sacramento and the surrounding area. "Three Rivers" in the name refers to the neighboring American, Cosumnes and Sacramento rivers.








For information on past concerts, see our repertoire.

The Chorale performs in Folsom and other communities throughout the region at community events and formal concerts. Our concerts for 2007-08 are completed. Check this page through the summer and fall for updates on the new season!

Spring 2008 performances

  • Wednesday, March 26, 2008
    Allied Arts Group Performance
    Sacramento, CA

  • Sunday, April 26, 2007
    Sweet Song Sunday
    Folsom, CA


Select a link to hear a sample performance.

Sweet Song Sunday, April 27, 2008

arr. Mary Goetze
Salmo 150
Ernani Aguiar
Cancao dos Pampas
Flavio Gontijo
Wenn ich ein Voglein war, Op. 43 No. 1
Robert Schumann
An die Nachtigall, Op. 103 No. 3
Robert Schumann
Ave Maria
Eleanor Daley
Reel a Bouche
Malcolm Dalglish
Some of These Days
spiritual, arr. Paul Rardin
(from Les Chansons des Roses)
Morten Lauridsen
Oh! Susanna
Stephen Foster, arr. David Dusing
Alley Cat Love Song
Paul Carey
Dicen que me case yo
David V. Montoya

Holiday Treasures, December 8, 2007

Conditor Alme Siderum
7th century Advent hymn
Sing We Now Noel!
Traditional French, arr. Robert Pherigo
Before the Paling of the Stars
J. Edmund Hughes
Shchedrik (Song of Good Cheer)
Traditional Ukrainian,
arr. Mykola Leontovich
O Come, O Come Emmanuel
15th century French,
arr. David Willcocks
Donald M. Kendrick
There is No Rose
Eleanor Daley
The Angel Gabriel
(Katy Lynch, soprano)
Robert A.M. Ross
Star Carol
John Rutter
Angels We Have Heard On High
Traditional French
Lo in a Manger
Stephen Chatman
The Holly and the Ivy
Traditional English, arr. John Rutter
Lo, How a Rose E’er Blooming
Michael Praetorius, arr. David Shand
Look at Sweet Mary’s Baby
(Elizabeth Davies, soprano)
James McCullough
Ave Maria
Eleanor Daley
Let There Be Joy!
Daniel E. Gawthrop
Silent Night
Franz Gruber
Ding Dong! Merrily on High
arr. Andrew Carter
We Wish You a Merry Christmas
Traditional English, arr. John Rutter


American Harmony, May 19 and 20, 2007

Alicia Patrice, Flute
The Arrow and the Song
Joshua Shank
Dance of the One-Legged Sailor
Brent Pierce
‘The River Sleeps Beneath the Sky
Mary Lynn Lightfoot

Women's Choir and Small Ensemble
When Spring is on the Meadow
Houston Bright
Johnny Has Gone For a Soldier
arr. George McLoughlin
...into a mist with bells
Stephen Chatman
A Girl's Garden from Frostiana (1959)
Randall Thompson
Dicen que me case yo
David V. Montoya
Amazing Grace
arr. Linda Steen Spevacek/C. Fagiolo
Old American Songs
Aaron Copland, arr. Janet Klevberg Day
Steal Away
Traditional, arr. Hall Johnson
The Drinking Gourd
Traditional, arr. Andre J. Thomas
How Can I Keep From Singing
Robert Lowry, arr. Catherine Fagiolo


Holiday Treasures , December 9 and 10, 2006

Castitatis Thalamum
Convent of Las Huelgas MS, c. 1300, ed. Mary Lycan
Veni Emmanuel
Rory Boyle
This Little Babe
Jim Leininger
‘Twas in the Moon of Wintertime
Ken Berg
O Come, All Ye Faithful
arr. David Willcocks
Joys Seven
James Laster
Puer Natus in Bethlehem
Samuel Scheidt, arr. J. Edmund Hughes
What Sweeter Music
Eleanor Daley
Hark! The Herald Angels Sing
Felix Mendelssohn
Gloria Fanfare
Laura Farnell
Nancy Hill Cobb
Winds Through the Olive Trees
French carol, arr. Michael Neaum
In the Bleak Midwinter
Harold Darke
Deo Gracias
Jim Leininger
There is No Rose
Z. Randall Stroope
The Angel Gabriel
Basque carol, arr. Robert A.M. Ross
Frederick Koch
Llegó, llegó from Cantares de Pascua, op. 27
Domingo Santa Cruz
Silent Night
Franz Gruber
We Wish You a Merry Christmas
Traditional English, arr. John Rutter


With Heart & Voice (Inaugural Concert), May 20, 2006

Awake The Harp (from The Creation)
Franz Josef Haydn
Three Elizabethan Part Songs
Sweet Day
The Willow Song
O Mistress Mine
Ralph Vaughan Williams
Plorate filii, Israel (from Jephtha)
Giacomo Carissimi
Shiviti Adonai (Ps. 16)
Louis Lewandowski
Haec Dies
G.P. Da Palestrina
Liebeslieder Walzer, Op. 52
(Love Song Waltzes)
Movements 9-16
Johannes Brahms
Ain'-A That Good News
William L. Dawson
Deep River
Arr. Roy Ringwald
Set Down, Servant
Arr. Robert Shaw