Free concert at Sunnyside Conservatory on July 11

On Thursday July 11 (7 to 8 PM) you are invited to a free music event featuring local talent, sponsored by Sunnyside Neighborhood Association, at Sunnyside Conservatory (236 Monterey Blvd):

Young, Old, New and Bold: a concert of new and old tunes, young performers, not so young performers.

  • The Sunny Winds, comprised of neighborhood denizens: Danessa Miller, clarinet, Ruth Keys, flute, Louise Pescetta, oboe, Jason Gibbs, bassoon, and Carol Yarbrough, horn. Guest: Alex Strachan, horn.
  • The Jostlein Players: Thomas and Trish Jostlein, St. Louis Symphony horns, and their sons, Klaus, violin and Max, cello.

Free to all! 

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Sponsored by Sunnyside Neighborhood Association.

Harpsichordist Arthur Omura at Sunnyside Conservatory on July 12

Harpsichordist Arthur Omura. Photo: Friends of Sunnyside Conservatory.
Harpsichordist Arthur Omura. Photo: Friends of Sunnyside Conservatory.

On Friday July 12, Friends of Sunnyside Conservatory presents Arthur Omura on his harpsichord. Sunnyside Conservatory, 236 Monterey Blvd. Doors open at 6:30 PM, and music will begin at 7:00 PM.  There will be a short pause in the presentation, and refreshments afterward.

He has been working on an all Bach program with Italian Concerto, French Overture, and the  Chromatic Fantasy and Fugue. This is an opportunity to hear harpsichord music played by a wonderful artist. Do come and hear him play! Watch him fold up his instrument after the performance. Continue reading “Harpsichordist Arthur Omura at Sunnyside Conservatory on July 12”

‘Undiscovered Country’ at Sunnyside Conservatory

At the Sunnyside Conservatory, now through May 19: ‘Undiscovered Country’ performed by We Players — ‘A neo-western love story derived from Shakespeare’s hamlet.’ Adapted and Directed By Ava Roy in Collaboration with Nick Medina with Hunter Scott MacNair, Chris Steele, and Ava Roy Read more here. From the We Players website: 

Cowboy outlaws Jack and Horace rob stagecoaches by day and recite Shakespeare by night. Jack is obsessed with cracking Hamlet’s nutshell, and Horace will play any part to satisfy his eccentric leader. But Jack finds a new Shakespearean confidant in Aurelia, a rich widow with Jack’s passion for the Bard. As the three lonely westerners sink into an unlikely love triangle, Jack sees a Ghost. Is it real? Or is it Jack’s madness that tempts him into the Undiscovered Country?

Buy tickets: http://www.weplayers.org/undiscovered-country-2019

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From http://WePlayers.org

From an SF Examiner review: Continue reading “‘Undiscovered Country’ at Sunnyside Conservatory”

Mar 3: ‘The Comedy of Errors’ at Sunnyside Conservatory

San Francisco Shakespeare Festival’s touring troupe Shakespeare On Tour comes to Sunnyside Conservatory on Sunday March 3, 2019, to perform ‘The Comedy of Errors’.

Performance begins at 2pm and lasts about an hour. Followed by Q-and-A with the cast. Continue reading “Mar 3: ‘The Comedy of Errors’ at Sunnyside Conservatory”

Mar 3: ‘The Comedy of Errors’ at Sunnyside Conservatory

San Francisco Shakespeare Festival’s touring troupe Shakespeare On Tour comes to Sunnyside Conservatory on Sunday March 3, 2019, to perform ‘The Comedy of Errors’.

Performance begins at 2pm and lasts about an hour. Followed by Q-and-A with the cast. Continue reading “Mar 3: ‘The Comedy of Errors’ at Sunnyside Conservatory”