2021-2022 Concert Season

Event Safety Policies and COVID-19

Patrons attending our live concerts will be asked to show photo identification and proof of vaccination (with final dose at least 14 days prior to performance date) upon entry. Acceptable forms of proof of vaccination include: a vaccination card, printed record of vaccination, photo of such records on your phone, or digital vaccination record. Read our full event safety policies here.


Saturday, December 11th, at 3 pm
Westminster Presbyterian Church

Friday, December 17th, at 7 pm
Northminster Presbyterian Church

Sunday, December 19th, at 3 pm
Fremont Presbyterian Church

This fun-filled, 80-minute, non-stop holiday program featured audience favorites and brand-new settings of timeless carols! Our audiences basked in the harmonies of Ivo Antognini’s Puer Natus Est Nobis and Eric Whitacre’s Lux Nova. They also enjoyed gorgeous settings of beloved holiday pieces—Molly Ijames’ Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas and Pentatonix’s Mary Did You Know? The singers raised hand chimes to ring in the holiday season! The audience also was taught American Sign Language to close with our signature song–Peace, Peace. Please join us this upcoming holiday season as we reaffirm this Sacramento tradition—A Master Singers Christmas!


Saturday, May 21st at 7 pm
Sunday, May 22nd at 3 pm

Westminster Presbyterian Church
1300 N Street
Sacramento, CA 95814

Rodgers & Hammerstein wrote it and Sacramento Master Singers will make it so: It’s a Grand Night for Singing. Make it a night on the town and gather around as the choir performs hit show tunes and choral favorites. Our May program will include Lin-Manuel Miranda’s hit tune Dear Theodosia from Hamilton, Ben Folds’ The Luckiest, and Moses Hogan’s Didn’t My Lord Deliver Daniel?. The choral favorites will include pieces we are preparing for our upcoming tour to Europe in the summer of 2022. 

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Sing a New Song

featuring Ola Gjeilo’s “Sunrise Mass”

Celtic Memories (2-Disc Set)

Two CDs filled with beautiful Christmas and secular music featuring Men of Worth


John Rutter’s 3-movement Gloria with brass ensemble and holiday selections recorded at Skywalker Studio in 2008

Deep in a Winter’s Night

Celtic Christmas Memories and Celtic Journey Memories