Walnutcreek California Music
St. Paul's Episcopal Church is proud to bring a year-round concert series to the East Bay at an affordable, donation-based price. The concert series presents world-class performances in an intimate setting, accompanied by a host of local, regional and national artists from across the Bay Area and beyond. The concert series will be presented by local and international artists and local musicians from around the world on Saturday, May 7, 7: 30 p.m. to 9 p.m. and Sunday, July 8, 10 a.m. at Walnut Creek Community Center. To learn more about the Evangelical Lutheran Church of the Holy Trinity, please click on the menu item at the top of this screen or call 925-934-2324. We welcome the St. Paul Concert series with a family-friendly ticket price based on a donation.
To learn more about Braden, click the "Billy Profiles" button at the top of this screen and have a look at his detailed profile. To see the full list of performers at Walnut Creek Community Center, click the Assign button in the upper right corner of the screen.
In San Francisco, Charles Rus will perform at the Walnut Creek Community Center on Saturday, October 14 at 7 p.m.
This course is designed to lay the foundation for music through energetic activities that emphasize rhythm. The studio provides a safe, distraction-free environment so you can focus on nothing but music lessons. This concert will be broadcast live on the Walnut Creek Community Center YouTube channel until it is safe to enjoy the music again.
The St. Paul concert series is pleased to present Arthur Omura at the harpsichord organ at the next online concert on Saturday, November 28, at 7 p.m. The CCMT has begun casting for BETM and is assembling a cast of mostly local actors to perform at the Walnut Creek Community Center - the first ever live performance of "BETM" as presented in a live concert at the West Contra Costa Community Theater. View the programme before the performance, donate or register to attend a performance. Below you will find our next performance, and we will present the first of two live performances of the concert series on November 26 at 6: 30 pm.
The 2017-18 season of the CCMT features Braden Elliot as the lead in "BETM" and a cast of mostly local actors. Braden finally joined the cast on September 17, and rehearsals continued for the next few weeks. At the beginning of October we were able to start the complete run - by preparing for the opening of the exhibition on October 13.
In addition to the Youth Chamber Orchestra, we conducted the first concert of the 2017 / 18 season in the Paulskirche. We played with the Sor Ensemble and the Arlekin String Quartet, which included a performance by the San Francisco Symphony Orchestra and a guest performance by the Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra. I'm also a member of a Scottish fiddle group called Soul Weaving and we had a string quartet playing for a wedding party. Omura brought his violin, violin, cello, piano, viola and cellos, as well as a violin soloist and bass player.
American Soviet Youth Orchestra under the direction of Subin Mehta and Dimitri Kitaenko, tour through the United States, performances in Boston and Berkeley. He has played both classical and jazz piano in Europe and the USA in various venues and on the radio, and has given numerous performances in the Los Angeles Bay Area. His productions have been presented by the San Francisco Symphony Orchestra, San Jose State University, the University of California, Berkeley and other California concert halls.
The student has also won numerous awards, including the American Academy of Arts and Sciences' Award for Excellence in Music Education. As a harpist, Cynthia has had the opportunity to perform with the San Francisco Symphony Orchestra, San Jose State University and the University of California, Berkeley.
John Mendle studied music with Sergio Assad and Judicael Perroy and studied classical and jazz guitar. He has learned from some of the Bay Area's best advanced instructors, including legendary guitarist Alex Lifeson and rock and metal legend Testament's leading guitarist. There are a number of students who have supported him in his studies at the University of California, Berkeley, San Jose State University and other schools in California.
For students who want a deeper understanding of music theory, Tim is happy to be constantly engaged with theory. For students who just want to learn how to rock, he can help you just as he has in the past.
His interest in instrument making and organology led him to collaborate with the harpsichord maker Curtis Berak, whom he helped restore several instruments. Cynthia has a long tradition of teaching people of all ages the piano and harp, and has tailored each lesson to the individual needs of each student. He places great value on helping students achieve things they previously thought impossible, and clearly bypasses them in every lesson.