Tuesday, October 1

Sacramento Recorder Society
Regular meeting for recorder players, with guest conductor Robert Dawson.
Newcomers welcome. Bring recorders, stand, and other early instruments. Music provided. Refreshments.
6:45–9:30PM
Friends Meeting House
890 57th St., between H and J, Sacramento.
marschif@gmail.com or at 916-685-7684.

Wednesday, October 2

Philharmonia Baroque, Nicholas McGegan Conductor
Carolyn Sampson Photo: Marco Borggeve“Pergolesi in Naples.” Countertenor David Daniels and soprano Carolyn Sampson sing Giovanni Battista Pergolesi’s Stabat Mater plus arias and duets from George Frideric Handel’s operas GiulioDavidDaniels Cesare and Rodelinda. Instrumental works include Francesco Durante’s Concerto Grosso in g and Pergolesi’s Sinfonia from L’Olimpiade.
8PM
Center for Performing Arts
555 Middlefield Road, Atherton
Pre-concert lecture 45 minutes before each performance.
$25–$105
(415) 252-1288 or www.philharmonia.org/pergolesi-in-naples

Friday, October 4

East Bay Chapter, ARS
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7:30–10PM
Zion Lutheran Church
5201 Park Blvd., Oakland.
www.eastbayrecorders.org, 510-483-8675 or 415-472-6367

Philharmonia Baroque repeats program of October 2.
“Pergolesi in Naples.” Countertenor David Daniels and soprano Carolyn Sampson sing Giovanni Battista Pergolesi’s Stabat Mater plus arias and duets from George Frideric Handel’s operas Giulio Cesare and Rodelinda. Instrumental works include Francesco Durante’s Concerto Grosso in g and Pergolesi’s Sinfonia from L’Olimpiade.
8PM
Miner Auditorium
SFJazz Center
201 Franklin St., San Francisco.
$25–$105
(415) 252-1288 or www.philharmonia.org/pergolesi-in-naples

Saturday, October 5

Philharmonia Baroque repeats program of October 2.
“Pergolesi in Naples.” Countertenor David Daniels and soprano Carolyn Sampson sing Giovanni Battista Pergolesi’s Stabat Mater plus arias and duets from George Frideric Handel’s operas Giulio Cesare and Rodelinda. Instrumental works include Francesco Durante’s Concerto Grosso in g and Pergolesi’s Sinfonia from L’Olimpiade.
8PM
First Congregational
Dana & Durant, Berkeley.
$25–$105
(415) 252-1288 or www.philharmonia.org/pergolesi-in-naples

Sunday, October 6

The Jazzschool and SFEMS present Touchstone
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Long-time collaborators Shira Kammen, bowed strings and voice, and Peter Maund, percussion, perform a concert of songs, dances and improvisations drawn from medieval to modern modal traditions.
4:30PM
The Jazzschool
2087 Addison St., Berkeley.
$15/$12
www.eventbrite.com/event/8215283133

Philharmonia Baroque repeats program of October 2.
“Pergolesi in Naples.” Countertenor David Daniels and soprano Carolyn Sampson sing Giovanni Battista Pergolesi’s Stabat Mater plus arias and duets from George Frideric Handel’s operas Giulio Cesare and Rodelinda. Instrumental works include Francesco Durante’s Concerto Grosso in g and Pergolesi’s Sinfonia from L’Olimpiade.
7:30PM
First Congregational,
Dana & Durant, Berkeley.
$25–$105
(415) 252-1288 or www.philharmonia.org/pergolesi-in-naples

San Francisco Renaissance Voices, Todd Jolly, Music Director.
SFRVMusic of the Final Judgment & Rejoicing in the Torah.” music by Salamone Rossi, Abraham Caceres, Carlo Grossi, et al. With San Francisco Renaissance Dancers (Jennifer Meller, director) and guest artist Diana Rowan, Celtic harp.
4PM (pre-concert talk at 3:15)
Congregation Sha’ar Zahav
290 Dolores Street, San Francisco.
$25/$20/$10
www.SFRVoices.org or 415-664-2543×3

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