The CMC Castro and Bernal Heights Older Adult Choirs perform at Ruth’s Table Creative Wellness Fair
This Fair is an all-day free interactive event for people of all ages to explore ways in which they can enhance their quality of life. Featuring a variety of resources, fitness demonstrations, creative stations, and an interactive music program, the event provides valuable insights to maintaining a healthy body and mind.
“The Story of Black Music and its Historical Value Through Song”, Workshop Series 1, by Maestro and Nola Curtis.
Learn the vocal techniques required to sing in a gospel choir (projection, ensemble singing techniques, emotional content, etc.) and the historical value and influence gospel music has had in all of American music.
Featuring special guests! OPEN TO THE PUBLIC.
CMC piano faculty member Jon Jang presents: Come Sunday:The Music of Duke Ellington in Celebration of his 120th Birthday Anniversary, featuring the works of Duke Ellington. Because the title “Come Sunday” refers to a recording by Duke Ellington and Mahalia Jackson celebrating African American people’s struggle to have their own church, the program will also feature songs that Mahalia Jackson sang in the context of the black church.
Students of Music Center piano instructor Jennifer Peringer perform in recital. Additional program details TBA.
Students of private piano instructor Winnie Low perform in recital. Additional program details TBA.
The CMC Richmond District Older Adult Choir presents a luncheon performance in St. Anthony’s Dining Room Additional program details TBA.
The Coro CMC del Centro Latino de San Francisco presents the Community of Voices (COV) study results talk, followed by an open rehearsal. Additional program details TBA.
Talk – 1:30 – 2:00 pm
Rehearsal – 2:00 – 3:00 pm
Students of CMC vocal and flute instructor Martha Rodriguez-Salazar perform in recital. Additional program details TBA.
The CMC Solera Singers of the Mission Neighborhood Center (MNC) perform as part of the SF Cinco de Mayo Festival on the Community Stage. Additional program details TBA.
Students enrolled in CMC’s Mission District Young Musician’s Program (MDYMP) perform on the main stage at the Cinco de Mayo celebration. Additional program details TBA.