If you love music, consider attending 8pm fourth-Sunday Compline, a sung service of chant and polyphony in candlelight, and 4pm first-Sunday (Oct-June) Evensong, a contemplative service with psalms, canticles, hymns, and anthems. Live Streamed HERE on our Facebook Group page.
Please check the featured group's website for ticket availability, updated times, and program information, as details can change.
Kitka's beautiful New Year's message takes place in our favorite spot!
Recorded at Wintersongs with Kitka: Ščedry Vechir (A Generous Evening) at St. Paul's Church in Oakland, CA on December 16, 2022
Performed by Janet Kutulas, Barbara Byers, Maclovia Quintana, and Erin Lashnits Herman, with a special surprise by Kitka's little stars, Ada Frances Herman and June Ántonia Herman Live sound by Greg Kuhn and Guy Brenner • Video by Kent Kessinger Mixed by Matt Palmer
CONCERT: SFAGO Composition Recital Dr. Wyatt Smith Dr. Tracelyn Getseland Friday, January 27, 2023, 4:00 pm PST
Organist Dr. Wyatt Smith will be joined by Dr. Tracelyn Gesteland in this program featuring works for mezzo soprano and organ.
The center piece of the program will be the premiere of a six-movement song cycle by Craig Phillips, commissioned by Smith and Gesteland, and funded in part by the SFAGO Special Projects Committee. This song cycle is based on the six primary seasons of the liturgical year, and form the last part of a decade-long commissioning project that includes six organ works, six paintings, and six poems. Additional repertoire will feature works by Carson Cooman and Pamela Ruiter-Feenstra.
The concert is FREE and open to the public. A reception will follow, sponsored by the San Francisco American Guild of Organists.
Dr. Smith is an active organ and harpsichord teacher and performer in the Seattle/Tacoma metro area. Dr. Gesteland is Professor of Voice and Opera at the University of South Dakota. Begun in 2015, the Gesteland-Smith Duo has performed, commissioned, and recorded works for mezzo soprano and organ.
CONCERT: Third Concert Prometheus Symphony Orchestra Sunday, January 29, 3:00 pm PST Preconcert talk at 2:40 PM Eric Hansen, Music Director
Aleksandr Borodin, Symphony No. 2 in B Minor Gustav Mahler, Blumine Alexander Glazunov, Violin Concerto in A Minor, Op. 82
Hiro Yoshimura, Violin soloist Khuner Young Artist Concerto Competition Winner ADMISSION FREE Tickets are required to attend this concert. Please go to www.prometheussymphony.org for ticket information.
Audience members must show proof of full vaccination including boosters for admittance. Masks are strongly recommended. Families with children (all fully vaccinated) are always welcome and the facility is wheelchair accessible.
There is no admission fee for our concerts, but donations are gratefully accepted.
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