Monday, July 18

American Bach Soloists Festival and Academy
Master Class in Harpsichord
2:30PM
San Francisco Conservatory
50 Oak Street at Van Ness Ave.
San Francisco.
Free.

American Bach Soloists Festival and Academy
Steven Lehning
Lecture on “Bach’s Cantatas.”
5PM
San Francisco Conservatory.
Free.

American Bach Soloists Festival and Academy
Academy students perform Bach cantatas, Die Himmel erzählen die Ehre Gottes (BWV 76) and Der Herr denket an uns (BWV 196) plus other works by baroque masters.
8PM
San Francisco Conservatory of Music
50 Oak Street at Van Ness Ave.
San Francisco.
$10
415-621-7900, sfbachfestival.org, or info@americanbach.org.

SFEMS Recorder Workshops
Lecture by Rotem Gilbert
7:30PM
St. Albert’s Priory
5890 Birch Court
Oakland.
Free


Tuesday, July 19

American Bach Soloists Festival and Academy
Master Class in Violin
2:30PM
San Francisco Conservatory.
Free.

American Bach Soloists Festival and Academy
Judith Malafronte
Lecture on “ Pop Tunes in the Pulpit.”
5PM
San Francisco Conservatory.
Free.

American Bach Soloists Festival and Academy
Academy students perform arias from Bach cantatas and other works by baroque masters.
8PM
San Francisco Conservatory of Music
50 Oak Street at Van Ness Ave.
San Francisco.
$10
415-621-7900, sfbachfestival.org, or info@americanbach.org.

SFEMS Recorder Workshops
Faculty concert
7:30PM
St. Albert’s Priory
5890 Birch Court, Oakland.
Free


Wednesday, July 20

American Bach Soloists Festival and Academy
Master Class in Voice
2:30PM
San Francisco Conservatory.
Free.

American Bach Soloists Festival and Academy
Debra Nagy
Lecture on “Leipzig’s Collegium Musicum.”
5PM
San Francisco Conservatory.
Free.

American Bach Soloists Festival and Academy
Academy students perform Bach Cantatas Liebster Gott, wenn werd ich sterben? (BWV8) and Jesu, der du meine Seele (BWV 78) plus other works by baroque masters.
8PM
San Francisco Conservatory of Music
50 Oak Street at Van Ness Ave.
San Francisco.
$10
415-621-7900, sfbachfestival.org, or info@americanbach.org.

Thursday, July 21

American Bach Soloists Festival and Academy
Master Class in ‘Cello/Viol/Violone
2:30PM
San Francisco Conservatory.
Free.

American Bach Soloists Festival and Academy
John Thiessen
Lecture on “Bach’s Trumpet.”
5PM
San Francisco Conservatory.
Free.

Friday, July 22

American Bach Soloists Festival and Academy
Master Class in Winds & Brass
2:30PM
San Francisco Conservatory.
Free.

American Bach Soloists Festival and Academy
Max van Egmond
Lecture on “Bach circa 1960.”
5PM
San Francisco Conservatory.
Free.

American Bach Soloists Festival and Academy
G.F. Handel, Ariodante (concert version).
Now considered one of Handel’s finest operas, Ariodante is a gripping story of passion, deception, and jealousy, and of the ultimate triumph of faith and love. It is a compelling commentary on good and evil, exquisitely expressed in Handel’s music.
7PM
San Francisco Conservatory of Music
50 Oak Street at Van Ness Ave.,
San Francisco.
$23–$45
415-621-7900, sfbachfestival.org, or info@americanbach.org.

SFEMS Recorder Workshops
Recorder orchestra & faculty recorder consort concert
“The Parley of Mars and Venus”
Music by Purcell, Blow, Locke and Weelkes. Narrative Concept and Verse Prologues by Lawrence Rosenwald.
You can hear all sizes of recorder played together: garklein, sopranino, soprano, alto, tenor, bass, great bass, contra bass, sub great bass and even a sub contrabass– super cool! Meet Mars, Venus, Cupid, Dryads, Cyclops and Fairies.
7:30PM
St. Albert’s Priory
5890 Birch Court, Oakland.
Free

Saturday, July 23

American Bach Soloists Festival and Academy
Jeffrey Thomas
Lecture on “Bach’s Mass in B Minor.”
5PM
San Francisco Conservatory.
Free.

American Bach Soloists Festival and Academy
J.S. Bach, Mass in B Minor
Performed by the Academy under the direction of Jeffrey Thomas.
8PM
San Francisco Conservatory of Music
50 Oak Street at Van Ness Ave.
San Francisco.
$23–$45
415-621-7900, sfbachfestival.org, or info@americanbach.org.

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