Who We Are:
The Peninsula Clef Hangers women's choral group was founded in 1970, when a number of Northern California residents and Palo Alto Junior League members with a mutual love of music decided to come together to sing.
In March 1978, we adopted the name, Clef Hangers, and are now incorporated as The Peninsula Clef Hangers, a 501(c)3 organization.
35 years later, we are still singing! The current group of about 30 volunteer singers continues to perform 25-30 concerts annually.
What We Do:
We bring the joy of live music at no cost to seniors in local retirement homes, daycare centers, and healthcare and veterans facilities in the mid-Peninsula area. Concerts are also given to other non-profit or community organizations with the approval of our members.
Our concert programs -- the first presented during the Winter, and the second during the Spring -- bring the stimulation and energy of a live performance to a mostly homebound audience, for whom concert attendance would not otherwise be possible.
The opportunity to bring joy and delight to the hearts of our senior and veteran audience has great rewards and is a testament to the power of music to touch souls.