Chamber Music Day Live at the San Francisco Conservatory of Music

September 18, 2010

On September 12, 2010, 31 chamber music ensembles, from baroque and classical to contemporary and jazz, performed on three different stages for an incredible marathon run of live music for six hours straight!

Chamber Music Day was presented by the San Francisco Friends of Chamber Music in collaboration with the San Francisco Conservatory of Music Chamber Music Department. The SF Friends of Chamber Music also received the CMAcclaim Award from Chamber Music America in front of a standing room only Concert Hall while the Conservatory celebrated 25 years of chamber music education at the school. It was such a great event for anyone who loves live acoustic music.

I also managed to make a small number of photographs of just a few of the diverse musicians that played. The photos shown here include: the Trumpet Super Group, the Adam Shulman Trio, Lisa Mezzacappa and Nightshade, the Alexander String Quartet, and the Melody of China.


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