Centuries of Sound: Fire & Grace

Cathedral Hill, SF

Sun, November 6, 2022 2:00 PM, PST

22 of 75 spots still available
Vaccine policy
COVID vaccination required (honor system)
Testing policy
COVID testing not required
This is an indoor event
Mask policy
Masks are not 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 provided
Wheelchair access
Wheelchair Accessible
Kid-friendly event

This is a groupmuse

A live concert in a living room, backyard, or another intimate space. They're casual and friendly, hosted by community members.


Ian S. Superhost
Thomas H. Safety Guardian
Andrea T. Co-host

Centuries of Sound is a series that brings the inclusive, intimate vibe of Groupmuse house-concerts to the historic and elegant ballroom of the Century Club of California.

The November program features the duo "Fire & Grace", featuring Edwin Huizinga on violin and William Coulter on guitar.

This unique duo explores the connective musical elements of classical, folk, and contemporary traditions from around the world. Fire & Grace’s repertoire is vast, ranging from Bach to Vivaldi, tango to Celtic tunes, traditional Bulgarian to American fiddle tunes and waltzes, all played with a sense of discovery and commitment to the elements of passion and virtuosity — fire and grace — found in these diverse traditions.

The duo will be sharing music from their third album, "Alma", which includes a Suite of music by J. S. Bach, selections from Vivaldi's "Four Seasons, and a host of Spanish music of both classical and traditional origins.

For a preview video of the music on "Alma", check out this video on YouTube!

They will also share the stage with pianist Ian Scarfe, performing music that showcases the club's gorgeous Steinway Concert Grand Piano.

What's the music?

Edwin Huizinga Violin, Guitar
William Coulter Guitar

Suite Español:

First Cello Suite by JS Bach, arranged for violin with guitar accompaniment.

Mendiokerra, a traditional tune from the Basque region

Ay Linda Amiga, a 16th century anonymous madrigal.

Nana, from Siete Canciones Populares Españolas by Manuel De Falla

Malagueña, our arrangement pulls from various arrangements we have heard over many years.

Muñiera de Chantada, a traditional Galician jig if you will.
Canro Cru, by Anxo Pintos


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