Introducing Bay Area Mix! KDFC has created a new show that highlights our outstanding Bay Area groups. KDFC arts producer, Jeffrey Freymann-Weyr and Ray White team up to share with you the immediacy of the many live performances that are going on all around us in a relaxed and fun way.
Sunday, March 16, 8pm
On this edition of Bay Area Mix, Suite for Lower Strings... Bach-inspired music by Clarice Assad as played by the New Century Chamber Orchestra; a Monteverdi motet by Chanticleer, "Stabat Virgo Maria" from their Serenissima concert at Mission Dolores Basilica; and Joana Carneiro and Berkeley Symphony play Sergei Rachmaninoff's Symphonic Dances. Follow the links to get more information about New Century Chamber Orchestra and Chanticleer's upcoming performances together from the 20th to the 25th of March, and to see Berkeley Symphony's upcoming schedule.
Sunday, January 19, 8pm
Tune in Sunday, January 19, 8pm for the next installment of Bay Area Mix, when the Santa Rosa Symphony and conductor Bruno Ferrandis play Alberto Ginastera's ballet suite Estancia, then the California Symphony and Donato Cabrera (in his 'audition' concert from this Spring, before being named Music Director) play Prokofiev's Symphony No. 5.
Sunday, November 17, 8pm
Tune in Sunday, November 17, 8pm for the second installment of Bay Area Mix featuring Marin Symphony and Quartet San Francisco playing the world premiere of Jeremy Cohen’s Concerto Carnevale for String Quartet and Orchestra. Also, Valinor Winds performs with Benjamin Britten’s Movement for Wind Sextet - part of the “A Britten Celebration” concert presented by Curious Flights. And you'll hear New Century Chamber Orchestra play Wagner’s Siegfried Idyll.
Sunday, September 15, 8pm
Our first show included a Berkeley Symphony performance of Beethoven’s Seventh, plus a few selections from Chanticleer’s last concert of this past season (the “Serenissima” program of Venetian Renaissance works) and a Handel curtain raiser by the New Century Chamber Orchestra.