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New Home Sought for Historical Recordings

Vintage vinyl collection of medieval and Renaissance music seeks a new home. The collection consists of around 80 LPs from the 1960s and 70s in very good to excellent condition. The recordings include a number of choral works (Gregorian chants, motets, requiems) as well as some early folk music and several liturgical plays (The Play […]

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UC Alumni Chorus to Perform California Mission Music

  Conducted by Dr. Mark Sumner and accompanied by William García Ganz, the University of California Alumni Chorus presents a concert of Music from the California Missions at San Francisco’s Mission Dolores Basilica on Sunday, April 6 at 4:00 p.m. Also participating in the program are members of Los Arribeños de San Francisco, a group […]

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2014 Junior Bach Festival

March 13, 2014 Bach to the Future By Mark MacNamara SF Classical Voice The Junior Bach Festival that everyone always remembers is when the lights went out a few years ago during a solo concert at the Unitarian Universalist Church in Kensington. It was, shall we say, a ‘dark and stormy night’, filled with thunder […]

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Jewish Music of the Baroque

  150 Years in France, Italy, and Holland  Marin Baroque Chamber Choir and period instrument Orchestra, directed by Daniel Canosa, will present Jewish Music of the Baroque, featuring works by Abraham de Caceres, Cristiano Giuseppe Lidarti, Louis Saladin, Antonio Brioschi, Carlo Grossi, Salomono Rossi, and Volunio Gallichi. These works, setting Hebrew texts, were written by Jewish […]

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