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COMMUNITY MUSIC CENTER HAS MADE THE DIFFICULT DECISION TO CANCEL ITS CONCERT HALL EVENTS THROUGH APRIL 5, 2020. WE HAVE MADE THIS DECISION WITH THE WELL-BEING AND HEALTH OF OUR COMMUNITY IN MIND.
What does singing in fellowship with others do for our individual and collective health and well being? Join us for the second session of Alliance for California Traditional Arts (ACTA) Cur’Arte season of roundtables where we’ll bring together artists of the Omnira Institute’s Awon Ohun Omnira Choir, staff and participants of the Community Music Center’s Older Adult Choir Program, and UCSF Professor Julene Johnson to explore the many benefits of singing together.
Cur’Arte is a take on the Spanish word curarte or “to heal (you).” Our term highlights arte, or art, to emphasize the health benefits that the arts offer to creators, participants, and audiences.
The Traditional Arts Roundtable Series (TARS) is a project of the Alliance for California Traditional Arts. The Cur’Arte TARS season in San Francisco is generously supported by the San Francisco Arts Commission. Additional support provided by the California Arts Council and the National Endowment for the Arts.