Tuesday, March 20

Noontime Concerts in San Francisco
David Wilson violin, Yuko Tanaka harpsichord, and Farley Pearce, viola da gamba perform Johann Sebastian Bach Sonata for Violin BWV 1017, Fantasia and Fugue in A minor BWV 904, and Sonata for Viola da Gamba BWV 1029, and other works.
12:30PM
Old St. Mary’s Cathedral
60 California St., San Francisco.
415-777-3211
Admission $5 Donation
http://www.noontimeconcerts.org/index.html

Wednesday, March 21

Mid-Peninsula Recorder Orchestra
Regular meeting, for players of recorder, early winds or early strings. Bring your instrument(s) and music stand.
7:30–9:30PM
Music Room number 060
J.L. Stanford Middle School
480 E. Meadow, Palo Alto.
650-591-3648 or www.sfems.org/mpro

San Francisco Chapter, ARS
Monthly playing session. New members and guests welcome.
7:30PM–9:30PM
Christ Church Lutheran
1090 Quintara St. (at 20th Ave.)
San Francisco.
Non-members $10 fee applied to membership.
http://arssanfrancisco.org/

Friday, March 23

Junior Bach Festival.
59th annual Junior Bach Festival includes nine concerts (all different) over two weekends featuring young people performing the works of Johann Sebastian Bach.
7:30PM
Crowden Music Center
1475 Rose St. (at Sacramento), Berkeley.
$15/$10/$5
www.juniorbach.org or 510-843-2224 (510-THE BACH)

Saturday, March 24

Flauti Dolci & Amici II
More recorder consorts and mixed ensembles from around the Bay Area including the Belmont Consort, Quintessence, Bona Speranza, Concerto Celestini, and Quartetto Paradiso.
3PM
Foothill Presbyterian Church
5301 McKee Road, San Jose.
Suggested donation $10
www.foothillpc.org

Junior Bach Festival continues (see March 23).
59th annual Junior Bach Festival includes nine concerts (all different) over two weekends featuring young people performing the works of Johann Sebastian Bach.
2PM & 7:30PM concerts
St. Paul’s Episcopal Church
114 Montecito Ave., Oakland

MusicSources
Gilbert Martinez, harpsichord, performs Jean-Philippe Rameau’s complete harpsichord music. Part I: The Suites from 1724 and manuscript pieces (Part II continues March 25).2PM
Most Holy Redeemer Church
100 Diamond, San Francisco.
510-528-1685 or info@musicsources.org, www.musicsources.org

San Francisco Renaissance Voices repeats program of March 18.
“The Legend of Hercules:  Music from the Court of Ferrariae”,
including works by Martini, Obrecht, Isaac and Josquin.
7:30PM
Seventh Avenue Presbyterian Church
329 Seventh Ave., San Francisco.

Sunday, March 25

Junior Bach Festival continues (see March 23).
59th annual Junior Bach Festival includes nine concerts (all different) over two weekends featuring young people performing the works of Johann Sebastian Bach.
2PM & 7:30PM concerts.
Berkeley Piano Club
2724 Haste St., Berkeley.

Musica Pacifica
A fundraising party for Musica Pacifica’s next CD, featuring a comedy show with laughs provided by Draconia Crocodilia (aka Lisa Capaldini), a concert of solo and ensemble pieces, a chance to bid on private lessons or coaching sessions, a raffle for a private Musica Pacifica concert, and free prizes for all!
2PM
St. Alban’s Parish Hall
1501 Washington Ave. Albany.
$15 advance tickets (purchase by March 24th) / $25 at the door.
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For more information: www.musicapacifica.org; Tel/Fax 510-444-4113 or judy@musicapacifica.org

MusicSources
Gilbert Martinez, harpsichord, performs Jean-Philippe Rameau’s complete harpsichord music. Part II: The Suites from 1704 and 1728 (continuation of March 24 program).

5PM
St. Mary Magdalen Church
2005 Berryman Street, Berkeley
510-528-1685 or info@musicsources.org, www.musicsources.org

 San Francisco Renaissance Voices repeats program of March 24.
“The Legend of Hercules:  Music from the Court of Ferrariae”

4PM
All Saints’ Episcopal Church
555 Waverley St., Palo Alto.
$25/$20

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