Dianne's Top 5

Hi, it's Dianne. Here are my top five events for this week - also - click the button to the right to search our classical events calendar

Capucon and Pix at the SF Symphony

The French cellist Gautier Capucon returns to the SF Symphony to play the Elgar Concerto this week at Davies Symphony Hall.  Performances Wednesday through Sunday also include Pictures at an Exhibition of Mussorgsky and are conducted by Charles Dutoit. Learn more.

One Man, Two Guvnors at Berkeley Rep

You don't have to speak (British) English to enjoy the rollicking fun of One Man, Two Guvnors, now playing at Berkeley Rep. Described as "mash-up of splendid comedy, British pantomime, and music-hall revues", One Man, Two Guvnors is loosely based on Carlo Goldoni's The Servant of Two Masters. Extended through June 28. Click for tickets and more.

Left Coast Goes to the Museum

The Left Coast Chamber Ensemble, dedicated to playing established masterpieces alongside new compositions, wraps up their season this week with performances of music inspired by works of visual art. Left Coast at the Museum opens on Friday night at the De Young Museum with a free concert of the six new compositions. Performances continue in Mill Valley on Saturday and at the SF Conservatory Sunday. Also on the program are selections from Mussorgsky's Pictures at an Exhibition. Here's more.

Songbook with Clerestory

The gentlemen of Clerestory will sing Songbook, standards from the jazz and American Songbook catalogues of Harold Arlen, Jerome Kern, Gene Puerling, and more, rounding out the program with beloved spirituals, barbershop, and folk tunes. Performances are Saturday and Sunday in Berkeley and SF. Find out more.

Mobius Guitar Trio at Noe Valley Music

Cutting edge to say the least. The Mobius Guitar Trio performs music by some of the most exciting contemporary Bay Area composers in a program that "unveils the rich
possibilities of classical guitar trio." Sunday afternoon at Noe Valley Ministry in SF. Presented by Noe Valley Chamber Music.
KDFC is proud to support the Community School of Music and Arts and the complete 2015 Community Concert Series. All concerts are free and open to the public. Events are held at Tateuchi Hall at the Community School of Music and Arts, located at 230 San Antonio Circle in Mountain View. The 2015 Community Concert series will also feature a broad array of performances for the entire family. Learn more and see the compelete season listing here!

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