Wednesday, October 24

Mid-Peninsula Recorder Orchestra
Regular meeting, for players of recorder, early winds or early strings. Bring your instrument(s) and music stand.
8–10PM
Music Room number 060, J.L. Stanford Middle School
480 E. Meadow, Palo Alto.
650-591-3648 or www.sfems.org/mpro

Stanford Early Music Faculty Showcase
The Stanford Friends of Music present an Early Music Faculty Showcase with multi-instrumentalist Herbert Myers, violinist Anthony Martin, gambist John Dornenburg,
harpsichordist Elaine Thornburgh, sopranos Claire Giovannetti and Wendy Hillhouse, harpsichordist Marie-Louise Catsalis, and The Early Music Singers, directed by William Mahrt
Music of Telemann, A. Scarlatti, C.F. Abel, Biber, Byrd, & Purcell
8PM
Stanford Memorial Church, side chapel
450 Serra Mall, Stanford
Admission free, donations to the Stanford Friends of Music accepted. All proceeds will go towards the Department of Music scholarship fund.
http://music.stanford.edu/Events/calendar.html#Wed10.24

Saturday, October 27

Harpsichord Maintenance Workshop
Kevin Fryer, a noted San Francisco harpsichord builder, will lead a hands-on harpsichord maintenance workshop for performers, students, technicians and hobbyists.
9AM – 4PM
St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church
7850 Watt Ave.
Antelope, CA 95843, near Sacramento.
Registration is limited to allow Mr. Fryer to give individual attention to common maintenance issues:  tuning, replacing strings and quills, elements of regulation, general instrument care. The event is sponsored by the Western Early Keyboard Association.
$35, $25 for WEKA members and students.
For venue information, contact  Lee Lovallo, ltlovallo@gmail.com, 916-320-8423

San Francisco Bach Choir, Corey Jamason, Artistic Director
“Mozart in Salzburg.” Masterpieces from Mozart’s youth, including such lesserknown gems as Misericordias Domini, K. 222; Tantum ergo, K. 142; and others composed in Salzburg and during the Mozart family’s travels. With soprano Sara Duchovnay and full SFBC Baroque Orchestra.
8PM
Calvary Presbyterian Church
Fillmore & Jackson, San Francisco.
$28–$15 Advance
415-441-4942 or www.sfbach.org

San Francisco Renaissance Voices, Don Scott Carpenter, Guest Conductor
Annual Office of the Dead concert featuring the Misa O Quam Gloriosumby Tomás Luis de Victoria, plus music by Trombetti, Byrd and Esquivel.
7:30PM
Seventh Avenue Presbyterian Church
1329 Seventh Ave., San Francisco.
$25/$20
www.SFRV.org or 415-664-2543×3

Sunday, October 28

MusicSources
“Fine Amor et Bone Esperance: Song and Lais of the Trouvères”
Rita Lily and Tim Rayborn perform medieval northern French works for voices, harp and psaltery.
7PM
Parish Hall, St. Alban’s Church
1501 Washington Ave., Albany.
$30/$25
510-528-1685 or www.musicsources.org

San Francisco Bach Choir repeats program of October 27.
4PM
Calvary Presbyterian Church
Fillmore & Jackson, San Francisco.
(3PM Free, pre-concert lecture Sunday performance only)
$28–$15 Advance
415-441-4942 or www.sfbach.org

San Francisco Renaissance Voices, Don Scott Carpenter, Guest Conductor
Annual Office of the Dead concert featuring the Misa O Quam Gloriosumby Tomás Luis de Victoria, plus music by Trombetti, Byrd and Esquivel.
7:30PM
Garden Gate Creativity Center
2911 Claremont Avenue, Berkeley
$25/$20
www.SFRV.org or 415-664-2543×3

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