• Arab Sex is hotter than ever! You might be wondering how that's possible given the region's reputation for conservative views. Well, the answer lies in the sex shops in Dubai and other localities throughout the Middle East. For best Arab sex porn tube click here

    Arab sex mania has reached new heights with the release of the popular "udes Salah" show on YouTube. It's received more than two million views so far and is fast approaching one million in the next few days. What's more, some Arab website with porn video, like sexjk.com This one has already been viewed over one million times and is expected to break the millions mark soon. The clip is very controversial in the Arab world, because a man can be seen performing a sex act on a woman who is not his wife.

    This one also shows the darker side of Arab women. One may not think it but these women are generally well beyond the legal age for marriage and are even considered قصص سكس The clip that I have mentioned account for only a handful of the many that can be found on dirtyship. 360p views are so hard to come by since they require a viewer to actually download the file before being able to view it.

    Arab porn movies are therefore filled with lots of action, which is typical in most kinds of porn movies. However, they also tend to be rather racy. A lot of the content is filled with themes like domination, which is usually not surprising given the region's culture. You can see it on afdalsex.com In some instances, the violence is even shown on a more graphic scale than is normally the case.

CHOIR OF NEW COLLEGE OXFORD

Special Event—One Performance Only

I Heard a Voice: Palestrina, Victoria, Josquin, Guerrero, Lamb, Ludford, Taverner, Sheppard, and Tallis

A program featuring some of the greatest setting commemorative music from the Renaissance, including works of Giovanni Pierluigi de Palestrina, Tomás Luis de Victoria, Josquin des Prez, Francisco Guerrero, Walter Lamb, Nicholas Ludford, John Taverner, John Sheppard, and Thomas Tallis.

CHOIR OF NEW COLLEGE OXFORD: Robert Quinney, Director

MONDAY, APRIL 8, 8:00PM
Grace Cathedral
1100 California St., San Francisco


INDIVIDUAL TICKETS FOR THIS SPECIAL EVENT & SERIES CONCERTS ARE AVAILABLE

 $56 premium/$48 plus/$40 basic/ $15 *students under age 30 with ID
*Available only at the box office.

Call the box office at 510-528-1725 or email us <tickets@sfems.org>.

SUBSCRIBE ONLINE TODAY*

  • Full Series—Six Concerts (Members save 25%, Non-Members save 15%)
  • Create Your Own Mini Series—3 or More Concerts (Members Save 20%, Non-Members save 10%)

*NOTE: Season Subscribers will receive a special “subscribers discount” on any, or all, of this season’s three Special Event programs. Please contact the box office for your discount code.

Download and Print Mailable Subscription Form

Call the box office at 510-528-1725 or email us <tickets@sfems.org>.



The Choir of New College Oxford is firmly established as one of the most acclaimed British choral ensembles featuring boy trebles and men. Celebrated for its distinctive sound, the choir embodies the splendor of the English choral tradition.

Founded in 1379, the choir frequently performs in prestigious venues worldwide, including St Peter’s Basilica and the Sistine Chapel (Rome); St Mark’s Cathedral (Venice); Cadogan Hall, Royal Albert Hall, and St. John’s Smith Square (London); Concertgebouw (Amsterdam); National Cathedral (Washington DC); Suntory Hall (Tokyo); and the Sydney Opera House.

The choir’s notable versatility is reflected in its diverse core repertoire, with a particular scholarly focus on renaissance and baroque music. Recent programmes have included Bach’s St John Passion, Mozart’s Requiem, symphony anthems of Purcell and Blow, Handel’s Messiah, and the great Anglican choral and organ works of the 19th and 20th centuries.

New College Choir collaborates with some of the world’s finest instrumental ensembles, including The English Concert, The Academy of Ancient Music, The Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment, and the European Union Baroque Orchestra.

The choir’s world-class sound is crafted under the direction of Robert Quinney, associate professor in the University of Oxford. As well as directing the choir, Quinney maintains an accomplished career as a solo organist and prolific recording artist: his discs of organ music (with The Sixteen, Westminster Abbey Choir, and The Choir of King’s College Cambridge) have been widely praised. He has held prestigious musical posts at Westminster Cathedral, Peterborough Cathedral, and Westminster Abbey, where he was the organist for the Royal Wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton.

New College Choir has recorded well over a hundred discs and have earned numerous accolades, including Gramophone awards for Best selling disc and Best of category – Early Music, as well as the Preis der deutschen Schallplattenkritik.

The choir is featured on prestigious international labels including Decca, Erato, Hyperion, Collins Classics, and Avie, as well as on its own label, Novum.

Alongside their concert work, the Choir of New College Oxford’s roots lie in the performance of music as an active part of the liturgy, and often sing special services and conduct workshops while on tour.