November 3 & 4, 2019
a partnership of Amateur Music Network and Music for Minors
Sunday, November 3, 2019
Location: Kanbar Performing Arts Center, 44 Page Street, San Francisco
Doors will open at 1:15.
What to bring: Your music!
Attire: Dress code is casual/comfortable. Please refrain from wearing scented products such as perfume or hair spray.
Parking: Parking is difficult in the busy mid-Market/Hayes Valley neighborhood. We highly recommend public transit: there is a Muni Metro stop at Market and Van Ness just a block away, and BART Civic Center Station is within walking distance. If you must drive, please allow plenty of time to find parking.
Monday, November 4, 2019
5:45 pm WARMUP, 7:30 pm CONCERT
Location: Grace Cathedral, 1100 California Street (at Taylor), San Francisco
What to bring: Your music!
Attire: Concert dress code will be announced in advance. Please refrain from wearing scented products such as perfume or hair spray.
Parking: Parking is very difficult on Nob Hill. We highly recommend public transit: the 1-California Muni line and the California Street cable car both stop nearby. If you must drive, please allow plenty of time to find parking. There are paid lots at Grace Cathedral and at the Masonic Auditorium across California Street from the Cathedral.
Guests: Workshop participation includes your concert ticket. All others must purchase their ticket to the concert. We will provide a coupon for you to give to a friend that will give access to the side section where you will be seated. This section is priced at the $20 "general admission" level. Of course your guests may wish to sit in the front and those tickets are also available at the Preferred and Premium levels.
A welcome message for you
As a former professional choral musician and music educator, it is my great pleasure to work on behalf of VOCES8 as a member of the Board of Trustees, and as Music for Minors Executive Director. Both endeavors share equally in passion for choral arts – achieving pivotal artistry, ensuring a strong foundation in music education, and providing the world with innovative thought-leadership that is charting new territory. I look forward to having you enjoy our workshop and join our efforts to safeguard a world where music is accessible to all ages and all walks of life.
– Cheers, Sonja Wohlgemuth
To learn more about opportunities for volunteering, teaching, or supporting Music for Minors and the 25,000 school children we reach each week at school, please visit www.mfm.org.
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