Music at Meyer 2014 Season Subscription
Music at Meyer announces our 11th Season! Now available: season subscriber ticket allows entry to all 7 concerts of the 2014 season:
MAM 2014 Season (All dates Monday night, February through April)
with Assaff Weisman, piano
Nicholas Tavani, violin
Rachel Shapiro, violin
Gregory Luce, viola
Alan Richardson, cello
Praised by Strad for their "high-octane" performance, the Aeolus Quartet is among the finest young string quartets performing today.
Heng-Jin Park, piano
Jennifer Culp, cello
Irina Muresanu, violin
Haydn Gypsy Trio in G Major
Beethoven Ghost Trio, opus 70, #1
Arensky Trio No.1, opus 32 in D minor
"Whenever this trio plays, drop everything and go hear them." - Boston Globe
Jean Hartman Memorial Concert
Gilead Mishory, piano
Israeli-born pianist, considered a "technically perfect poet of the piano."
Works by Tartini, Mishory, Clementi, Messiaen and selections from Debussy's Preludes books 1 and 2.
Daniel Canosa, Music Director
Jewish Music of the Baroque
Music by Jewish composers of the baroque from The Netherlands, France, and Italy.
San Francisco Opera Center Adler Fellows
A MAM tradition, these rising stars from the SF Opera Center return for a delightful evening of favorite arias.
"The Adler Fellows are indeed primed to be the stars of tomorrow." SF Classical Voice
Peter Vinograde, piano
Bach to BACH
J.S. Bach Goldberg Variations
Rachmaninoff: Prelude op. 23 #3 in D minor
Albeniz: Rondeña, from Iberia
Liszt: Fantasy and Fugue on the name BACH
"Instantly impressed as a pianist with a big technique, a lively mind, and a passionate commitment to the music." - The New York Times
This concert is dedicated to the memory of Emmy and Ludwig Altman, and is sponsored in part by the Ludwig Altman Fund of Temple Emanu-El.
Ariadne Grief, Soprano
Francisco Fullana, Violin
Jessica Pearlman, Oboe
Linor Katz, Cello
Moran Katz, Clarinet
Eliran Avni, Piano
You choose. We play.
In this musical celebration the AUDIENCE chooses what pieces will be performed! From Baroque, Classical and Romantic to Jazz, Pop and Broadway, SHUFFLE Concert performances offer an exciting fusion of great music, for every musical taste.
"The SHUFFLE Concert was a huge hit. The audience loved the whimsical and unexpected on-the-spot nature of the selection of repertoire." - The Juilliard School
- 53% savings versus single ticket prices
- Priority seating at every concert
- Replacement of lost tickets
6:30 - 9:30PM
Temple Emanu-El Presents:
Brahms Birthday Celebration Concert featuring Cantor Roslyn Barak, pianist Marc Shapiro, members of the San Francisco Symphony and others.
Piano Quartet op.26
Sonata for Viola and piano op.120 #1
Rhapsody op.79 for solo piano
...and various lieder selections
Brahms Marathon Concert requires a separate ticket purchase. $18 general/seniors/student, $10 for MAM subscribers
This series is made possible by generous grants from the Laszlo N. Tauber Family Foundation, Inc.
Temple Emanu-El (View)
2 Lake Street
San Francisco, CA 94118
|Minimum Age: 7|
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|