This is an in-person Groupmuse Concert
A live in-person performance in a living room or private space. They're casual and friendly, hosted by community members.
Groupmuse @ AGAPE THIS Saturday, September 26
Mission District, San Francisco
Sat, September 26, 2015 7:00 PM, PDT
- 48 of 75 spots still available
- Bring your own drinks
- No bathroom at this event
Come to Agape this Saturday to kick your evening off with beautiful classical tunes in a Historic Victorian Mansion Co-op featuring:
Ian Scarfe, piano
and the Trinity Alps Chamber Players
Classical Music with a rotating group of instruments, featuring incredible musical journeys by composers ranging from JS Bach to John Cage, with added violin, cello, clarinet, and flute. Scarfe and his friends are international concert artists, who are known for their casual and intimate rapport with audiences - acting as tour guides who talk through the trip before embarking.
If you're feeling inspired, put on some fancy clothes. Event is BYOB and LNT (leave no trace).
Set One - Solo Piano and Chamber Music
Bach - Italian Concerto
Beethoven - Piano Trio Op. 11
Piazzolla - History of the Tango
Set Two - Just So Stories
Rudyard Kipling's iconic tales of animal origins, set with music by Danny Clay.
Exact address sent to approved attendees via email.
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Tyler B., over 7 years ago
Hey guys, Jess isn't feeling well so we won't be able to make it today. We'll have to come by another time. :-(
Ian S., over 7 years ago
Agape is a beautiful place, made more so by the wonderful people who live there. An ideal place for any musical experience.
Prima V., over 7 years ago
Hey Ian and team,
Do you guys have a Youtube channel or anything? Do you have any parts of your Rudyard Kipling set recorded? I wanted to show my friends and family a sample. :)
Great show by the way. I still haven't forgotten the suspenders :D
Just added - the musicians will be playing a musical arrangement of Rudyard Kipling's "Just So Stories", with narrator, in the style of Peter and the Wolf. Music by San Francisco composer Danny Clay.