Private piano teacher Bella Chen presents her students in recital. Additional program details TBA.
CMC faculty member Maestro Curtis and The Curtis Family Cnotes” (Maestro Curtis, Nola Curtis, and the Curtis Children) present a free open rehearsal and recording session.
Students enrolled in the CMC String Orchestra, directed by Loretta Taylor, perform in a year- end recital.
Come dance, listen, hang out and experience smoking Cuban charanga music at Community Music Center – it’s free! CMC’s own Cuban Charanga Ensemble will be performing as part of the Mission Arts Performance and Project (MAPP). There will be two sets of swinging Cuban dance music, from Danzón to Timba
6:30 pm – 7:00pm Salsa Dance Class with Rodrigo Ipince
7:00 pm – 9:30pm CMC Cuban Charanga Ensemble (Afro Cuban Dance Music)
The Mission Arts and Performance Project is a homegrown bi-monthly, multidisciplinary, intercultural happening that takes place in the Mission District.
Students of all ages perform in recital. Additional program details TBA.
Students enrolled in CMC’s Chamber Music program perform in small ensembles, directed by CMC clarinet faculty member Rachel Condry. Additional program details TBA>
Students enrolled in the SF CMC Children’s Chorus perform a selection of songs from around the world. The group is directed by Beth Wilmurt and accompanied by John Kyrk. Additional program details TBA.
Every 2nd Saturday of the month, CMC and Tango dance faculty member Sonja Riket host a monthly Milonga (Argentine Tango social dance gathering) with a drop-in class and dancing to Tango music from the Golden Era and beyond. This Milonga series will include live music and dance performances by local and international Tango guests.
Enjoy dancing in the beautiful Victorian concert hall with smooth wooden floor and outdoor patio! Come to listen and watch or join in the dance. All ages are welcome!
Parking garage at 21st St & Bartlett and lot Capp St (b/w 19th& 20th). Also street parking at Folsom St., 2 blocks away
Music Center faculty member Shirley Wong hosts a selection of music and poetry from the early Renaissance to European classics to popular 20th century Americana performed on voice, winds, strings and keyboard. Program features CMC faculty, advanced students, and guests. Additional program details TBA.
Join Community Music Center adults students from the Anything Goes Chorus directed by Ellen Robinson and the Beatles Ensemble directed by Scott Feichter in a casual setting as they share songs they have been working on. The concert will be followed by refreshments.