One of the loveliest surprises of the restoration: the gorgeous acoustics! Listen to one of our past concerts.
Live @ the Conservatory is a wide-ranging, locally-produced, non-amplified music series in the Conservatory. Series co-sponsored by Friends of Sunnyside Conservatory and SF Recreation + Park Department. Doors open one hour before concert. $15-20 SUGGESTED DONATION for performance. Refreshments available. All performers are graciously donating their time to allow us to stage this benefit series. Great acoustics and the chance to support … Read More
Eliyahu Sills and Jason Ranjit Parmar, appearing as a duo, brought their inspiring musical talents for an intimate evening of the ney, (reed flute of the Middle East), Bansuri (bamboo flute from India), oud, Indian tablas and various percussion, for a contemplative evening of Indian Ragas along with Jewish & Sufi music from The Middle East and North Africa.
Travis Wernet, aka Outlaw Dervish, opened with an energetic, meditative solo didgeridoo set, drawing on Australian Aboriginal musical traditions in a … Read More
Thank you to the Temescal Quartet for a wonderful afternoon classical music treat. The quartet performed on Saturday, July 27, 2013 at 3 pm. Tickets at the door: $20 suggested donation, but no one turned away. Light Refreshments Served. Doors Open at 2:30 pm.
The program: Beethoven’s Opus 18 #6 and Ravel’s Quartet. (Temescal Quartet members Barbara Riccardi, Katherine Button, Jonna Hervig and Ruth Lane).
Concert co-sponsored by the Friends of Sunnyside Conservatory and the SF Recreation and Park Department… Read More
Winter Choral + Harp Concert
A first-time addition to our Live @ the Conservatory Concert Series and what we hope to be a new holiday tradition.
Join us on Friday December 9th at 8:00 p.m. for a heartwarming Winter Choral Concert celebrating the season of peace, light, and community, performed by the Old First Church Choir under the direction of Dr. Jay A. Pierson.
The choir will feature professional Bay Area soloists and will be accompanied by Ron Valentino, pianist. … Read More
Teresa Tudury + Friends
Part chanteuse, part comedian, part bona fide pop artist…and a voice that could stop a war.” —Buzz Weekly
Picture a cross between Bette Midler and Bonnie Raitt musically, and toss in the most side-splitting stage patter imaginable, and you have Ms. Tudury.” —Johnny Angel, LA Weekly
Listen to her concert Friday, November 12, 2010, Live @ Sunnyside Conservatory Concert Series.
The Aurora Mandolin Orchestra, originally founded by Bay Area legend Gino Pellegrini in the 1920s, continues under the musical directorship of his wife Jo Pellegrini. The Orchestra of mandolin, mandola, mandocello, guitar string bass, accordion, flute, and percussion has a varied repertoire–featuring music from Russia, Italy, and Spain, and from classical, show tune, opera, and contemporary styles.
Listen to their concert May 6, 2011, 7 pm, Live @ Sunnyside Conservatory Concert Series.