What does the future of classical music sound like?  Hear violinist Amaryn Olmeda perform at our next Classical California SKY Concert Live. She joins KDFC resident artist, pianist Lara Downes for the second in our Classical Americana series.  The 14-year-old rising star from Northern California is a pre-college student at the San Francisco Conservatory of Music and has wowed audiences across the US and parts of Europe.  March is Women’s History Month, and Lara and guests will share a joyful celebration of female composers who helped shape the sound of classical music in America. Lara and Ama recently connected and discovered a wonderful musical chemistry, as well as a shared passion for the expressive power of this music and the inspiring stories of the women who created it. They’ve shared their stories of discovery and advocacy on the world’s great stages, from the Philadelphia Orchestra to our own Oakland and Berkeley Symphonies.

Now hear them live along with a string quartet from the Berkeley Symphony at this private concert with KDFC March 16th at 7pm in the picturesque 11th floor concert space in the Bowes Performing Arts building in San Francisco. Tickets sell out quickly and are very limited.  Enjoy a reception with the artists and Miner Family Wines.

*** Currently sold out! We’ll update this information if more tickets become available. ***

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Event Details:

Thursday, March 16, 2023
Doors: 6:00 pm
Performance: 7:00 pm
Post-concert reception with the artists & KDFC morning host Maggie Clennon Reberg

Location:
The Bowes Center for the Performing Arts
200 North Van Ness Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94102

Limited to 2 tickets per person.
Tickets are non-refundable and non-transferable.

Here are highlights from our last sold-out KDFC SKY Concert with Lara and violinist Daniel Hope:

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For questions about tickets, please contact us during business hours at 415-655-8000.