SFMusic Day 2016: Field Report
The String Quartet—The First 250 Years
The string quartet has defined a vital, enduring genre captivating composers, performers and listeners for over 250 years.
On Sunday, September 25 from 12noon to 8pm (doors open at 11:30am; concerts begin promptly at noon), San Francisco Friends of Chamber Music presents SFMusic Day . Live + Free. This 9th edition will be anchored by a Field Report entitled The String Quartet - The First 250 Years. Running throughout the event in three two-hour installments, this focal point for SFMusic Day was curated by SFFCM Artistic Committee Chair Susan Bates and Kai Christiansen, and will be moderated by Mr. Christiansen—a renowned local musicologist and founder of earsense.org,
The SFMusic Day Schedule is Up!
Find out when your favorite ensemble takes to the stage and map out your day at SFMUSIC DAY 2016!
Friday September 23, 2016
Every Boca Mundial live band show mixes a delicious variety of international musical flavors and extras for a memorable experience.
SFMUSIC DAY . LIVE + FREE 2016
SFMUSIC DAY is Back!
Sunday September 25, 2016
12noon-8pm : Save the Date TODAY!
Join us for the ninth annual SFMusic Day, a free daylong festival celebrating the diverse and dynamic music being made in the Bay Area right now. Come for the music you already know you love — from Baroque ensembles to string quartets to jazz combos — and stay to sample all that our vibrant music community has to offer. With fresh young voices sharing the stage with established local heroes, and timeless repertoire presented alongside inventive new works, SFMusic Day encourages listeners to open up their ears, explore and enjoy.