Beethoven in the Park (Street Tavern)
Massivemuse Outdoors

Beethoven in the Park (Street Tavern)


Fri, February 25, 2022 6:30 PM, PST

69 of 100 tickets still available
Vaccine and testing policy
EITHER vaccination OR negative COVID test required
Vaccine policy
Bring proof of COVID vaccination
Testing policy
Negative COVID test required (48 hours)
This is an outdoor event
Mask policy
Masks are required until seated
Social distancing
Social distancing is required
Greeter checks
Greeter will confirm safety precautions
If you feel sick, stay home
Drinking policy
Don't bring your own drinks
Alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks for sale
Wheelchair access
Wheelchair Accessible

This is a Groupmuse Massivemuse

Epic performances in unexpected spaces.


It's February, and with weather warming up, what better than live music with drinks and dinner at a darling restaurant in Alameda?

Right across the green bridge, on the corner of Park and Clement is the Park Street Tavern. This family-owned & operated restaurant serves a menu with fresh ingredients influenced by Greek and Italian traditions. This welcoming neighborhood bar will offer small bites to sharable plates of home-made pastas, fresh seafood, and aged steaks. Full bar with a wine and cocktail list, so come ready to party with us.

Music will begin at 7:00pm, so please arrive by 6:30pm to grab a table and order before music begins!

Join us under the blue tent structure for an outdoor evening of music by the Sierra Quartet. There will be heaters, but please dress with layers to be prepared for the mildly unpredictable Bay Area weather.

Please enjoy Park Tavern's food and drink offerings during the concert! Your ticket will support musicians directly. We hope you'll order something nice to support this amazing local business that is generously providing their outdoor seating for us

Clarification: Either proof of vaccination or negative test within 48 hours for this event!

What's the music?

Sierra Quartet String Quartet

We'll celebrate composers who left the old forms behind to write something brilliantly new.

In Break Away, Jessie Montgomery creates “a seamless dialogue between the written score and the whims of the quartet” by asking the group to improvise. Beethoven broke free from Classical norms in his masterful String Quartet Op. 59, No. 1, changing the history of the string quartet in the process.

Jessie Montgomery | Break Away
Ludwig van Beethoven | String Quartet in F Major, op. 59, no. 1, “Razumovsky”

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