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Announcing the 2015-2016 Concert with Conversation Series

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We know many of you have been anxiously awaiting our Concert with Conversation series announcement! This intimate, one-hour recital and discussion series in partnership with San Francisco Performances offers the community a unique opportunity to enjoy performances and Q&A with internationally-acclaimed artists. All events are free and open to the community. Mark your calendars!

Friday, October 2 at 6:00pm – Julian Lage, guitar


Friday, November 6 at 6:00pm – Shai Wosner, piano

Friday, March 25 at 6:00pm – Frederica von Stade, mezzo-soprano and Jake Heggie, piano and singers from Young Musicians Choral Orchestra

Friday, April 1 at 6:00pm – Jennifer Koh, violin and Shai Wosner, piano

Friday, April 15 at 6:00pm – Quartetto di Cremona

Read our full season announcement.
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Irene Chagall's hand-clapping games documentary to be screened at SF Dance Festival

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CMC Music for Children teacher Irene Chagall's documentary about hand-clapping games around the world, "Let's Get the Rhythm: The Life and Times of Mary Mack," will make its San Francisco debut at the SF Dance Film Festival at the Brava Theater on October 11.

Chagall received a CMC Faculty Enrichment Grant to start work on the film, and has already screened it to critical acclaim in London and New York. Read her blog post about what sparked her interest in hand-clapping games and documenting them around the globe.

Event details:
Sunday, October 11 at 2pm
The Brava Theater
Buy tickets ($15 general / $13 students)


Join a musical community in CMC's Adult Certificate Program 


By Paul Dab, ACP Coordinator

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For all of us at CMC, music is about joy, creativity, community, and the discipline that requires an active mind. The Adult Certificate Program gives students structure to their musical studies to maximize the benefits of music-making. The word amateur comes from the Latin amore meaning love and the Adult Certificate Program fosters this love of music in students of all backgrounds and levels. The ACP builds a foundation of musical knowledge so that students can then hone skills in a specific area. An increase in ability and understanding provides further room for creativity and joy in music-making.

Read full article.
Learn more about the Adult Certificate Program.




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Seeking actors and singers for La Posarela 2015

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Welcome new faculty members!

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Trombonist James Panell has joined CMC's Young Musicians Program faculty.

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Violinist Abi Shiman is now teaching private lessons at CMC's Richmond District Branch.

Please give them a warm welcome in the halls and practice rooms of CMC!


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