Look to upper portion of the photograph in the distance–about 1/4 of quarter down from the top edge–and see the oldest known image of octagonal Sunnyside Conservatory (with its original two wings). Just to the left of the Conservatory (in this detail) is Merrall’s original home (now 258 Monterey Boulevard). Our thanks to Greg Gaar for sharing this photograph with us.… Read More
Thanks to Russ and his group for a dynamite concert. The brass instruments and drums sounded superb in the space and Russ’s introductions to each song made for a delightful evening on Thursday, October 25, 2012.
Horns A Plenty, a 5 piece brass ensemble, is re-defining what it is to be a brass quintet. They play swing, jazz, Dixieland, classical music, fanfares, 19th century Americana, wedding favorites, love songs and ballads. They have one foot in JS Bach and the … Read More
Join Blu Fahey of the Randall Museum in a Mask Making Workshop for ages 6-12. Sunday, October 6, 2:30 – 4:30. Free. All Materials Provided. Light Refreshments Served. Younger children are welcome to come along, but may need help with the project. Be sure to return to the Conservatory on Sunday, October 27 for our beloved annual Pumpkin Carving. Co-sposonsored with SF Recreation and Park Department.
(Note: for all children, adult must remain at Conservatory during workshop; no drop offs.)… Read More
Friday March 9, 2012
8 pm. Doors open at 7.
$20 suggested donation. At the door or Brown Paper Tickets. Complimentary snacks and drinks available during intermission.
Legendary Rock violinist David LaFlamme, and vocalist wife, Linda, from the iconic 1960’s San Francisco group, It’s a Beautiful Day, join up with mandolin virtuoso Phil Lawrence and his accomplished sidemen, and fly on the wings of a White Bird into the Sunnyside Conservatory. They are playing a rare San Francisco … Read More