Bay Area Music Groups
The Bay Area is home to literally hundreds of classical music organizations, from community choruses to world-renowned orchestras, opera companies and chamber ensembles. This listing provides all the vital statistics for Bay Area music groups, as well as a summary of what they do best. Search by type of organization or alphabetically. Note to classical music groups: If your organization is not listed here or there is an error in your listing, please email [email protected].
The choir provides age-appropriate training of the maturing voice, develop an appreciation for a variety of choral literatures from classical to contemporary music around the world.
Curium: the 96th element in the periodic table. Discovered in the Bay Area in 1944 and named after the pioneering female scientist, Marie Curie, the element is a symbol of the innovations of female minds, past and present. Founded in the summer of 2017, the women of Curium piano trio have gained reputations as performers that radiate dynamism and presence. Specializing in performing the music of female composers, they are committed to bringing creative and diverse musical programming to their audiences. The Curium trio highlights the works of women composers and performers alongside traditional piano trio repertoire, and have brought together a community of people with their representation of diversity and women.
Theatrical group, producing professional productions with non-equity actors.
Cut Circle, an octet specializing in the performance of Renaissance music, is directed by Stanford musicologist Jesse Rodin. They've recorded a CD of Josquin and de Orto, and recently performed a concert of Ockegham.
The ensemble's repertoire is built on 18th-19th Century masterworks. Through its annual commissioning program it supports living composers and performs contemporary American repertoire. The Cypress Quartet enjoys discovering and presenting works that have been either 'lost' or overlooked over time.