Please check the featured group's website for ticket availability, updated times, and program information, as details can change. These concerts are also detailed in our Calendar.
Saturday, May 18, 3:00pm Friends and Family Concert East Bay Harmony Chorus
East Bay Harmony Chorus
Join us for our 15th Annual Friends and Family Concert!
East Bay Harmony is a mixed a cappella community chorus that promotes music in a warm, welcoming community. Our no-audition chorus offers the opportunity to all to experience the joy of singing in harmony with others, while learning and improving their musical skills.
This year, we'll be singing an eclectic, all a cappella set of songs by Stevie Wonder, ABBA, Quincy Jones, Hoagy Carmichael, the Beatles and more! You'll hear favorites made famous by everyone from Irving Berlin to The Foo Fighters!
Concert followed by a Food & Wine Reception
GET TICKETS HERE. Parking is limited, so please plan on coming early to find parking nearby, and if at all possible, please carpool. Nearest BART Station is 19th Street/Oakland.
PLEASE NOTE THE CONCERT LOCATION IS IN THE PARISH HALL, upstairs, in St. Paul's School building.
Sunday, May 19, 3:00pm Fifth Concert Prometheus Symphony Orchestra
Eric Hansen, Music Director and Conductor
Hector Berlioz · Overture to ‘Le Corsaire’ Johannes Brahms · Symphony No 2 in D Major , Op. 73 Pyotr Tchaikovsky · Variations on a Rococo Theme Sarah Chong, cellist Co-Winner 2018-19 Khuner Young Artist Concerto Competition
Pre-concert talk begins at 2:40 PM. Families with children are always welcome and the facility is wheelchair accessible.
There is no admission fee for our concerts but donations are gratefully accepted. Info at Prometheus Symphony. Share the flyer linked here
Sunday, June 16, 4:00pm Castle, Court, and Chamber: Harpsichords at Home San Francisco Choral Artists
Magen Soloman, Artistic Director.
Sacred and profane, old and new music for the spiritual enhancement and entertainment of both royalty and regular folk. Featuring our SFCA+1 guests, internationally internationally-known harpsichordist Jillon Stoppels Dupree, and cellist Paul Hale, with works for chorus, harpsichord and both, from the Baroque and 20th/21st centuries by composers famous and anonymous. Works by Handel, Bach, Monteverdi, Schütz, Carissimi, and world premieres by our Composer-in- and Not-in-Residence.