A Salute to the Joy of Making Music
Join us on Monday, May 8, 2017 for Community Music Center’s annual fundraiser, A Salute to the Joy of Making Music, which supports CMC’s extensive tuition assistance programs.
This year, we honor San Francisco Performances President-Emeritus, Ruth Felt, with the annual Gertrude Field Community Impact Award.
The celebration will include performances by CMC students and faculty and will culminate in an exciting headliner performance by renowned jazz violinist, Regina Carter, accompanied by Xavier Davis.
Alexander String Quartet
American Bach Soloists
Mark Cavagnero Associates Architects
Assemblymember David Chiu
Yanek and Mary Chiu
Henry and Carole Klyce
Mayor Edwin M. Lee
Garrick Ohlsson and Bob Guter
Congresswoman Nancy Pelosi, House Democratic Leader
Arthur and Toni Rembe Rock
Joshua Robison and Michael Tilson Thomas
Claudia Campazzo, San Francisco Classical Voice
David Stull, San Francisco Conservatory of Music
San Francisco Performances
Cyrus Ginwala, San Francisco State University School of Music
Steve Shapiro and Ellen Rosenthal
Fred Levin and Nancy Livingston, The Shenson Foundation
Camilla M. Smith and George Smith, Jr.
Frederica von Stade
Senator Scott Wiener
Live Event Details
6:30 PM - 9:30 PM EDT Four Seasons Hotel San Francisco 757 Market Street San Francisco, CA 94103 Add to My Calendar Get Directions
Community Music Center’s Annual Spring Gala
May 8, 2017; Four Seasons Hotel San Francisco
An evening of music and celebration to benefit the Community Music Center. Guests will enjoy a cocktail reception and silent auction, a music scholarship auction, a banquet dinner, a performance by CMC faculty and students, and an outstanding musical program featuring acclaimed jazz violinist Regina Carter. There will be an opportunity to play musical instruments in our Instrument Petting Zoo and enjoy spectacular views from the Four Seasons’ Veranda Terrace.
Tickets begin at $300. Sponsorships include access to the exclusive VIP reception, premium seating, and visibility on event signage and materials.
Community Music Center’s mission is to make music accessible to people of all ages, musical levels, and financial backgrounds. Our students range in age from one to 90+ years old and enjoy classes in everything from Western classical to Chinese to Latin Music. Community Music Center has branches in the Mission and Richmond districts, as well as programs throughout the city.
For more information, please contact Elenka Refsell, Development Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org or (415) 647-6015 x 78.
Become a Sponsor!
Underwrite a portion of the event and receive visibility for your organization on our website, in print materials, and more!
Program ads are also available for purchase.
For more details on sponsorships and program ads please contact Elenka Refsell at email@example.com or 415-647-6015 x 78.
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