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Three diverse one-acts gave Merola’s singers a chance to strut their stuff.
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The weeklong celebration of this uniquely American composer includes concerts, an audio installation, and a listening party.
Louis Spohr hits a double but Mendelssohn crushes a surprise home run with an early piano quartet.
Donald Pippin’s rhymed libretto in English brings the opera’s charming lyrics to the fore.
Special concerts and impromptu performances ring out on a dozen pianos festooning the garden.
The “Classical Style” concert focuses on chamber masterworks from Haydn, Mozart, and Beethoven.
The eclectic singer, instrumentalist, and actor joins the S.F. Symphony for a diverse evening of American music.
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Confident performances abounded in the Merola Program’s Schwabacher Summer Concert.
Anthony Reed and John Parr tread the delicate line between power and intimacy.