June 28, 2016

Michael Hernandez, soprano saxophone / Michael Mortarotti, alto saxophone / Amy Zanrosso, piano

  • Johannes Brahms: Duets with piano
  • Carl Anton Wirth: Jephthah
  • Joseph Lyszczarz: Invocation
  • Aram Khachaturian: Trio
  • Astor Piazzolla: Oblivion / Escqualo
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Concerts begin at 12:30pm every Tuesday
Old St. Mary's Cathedral,
660 California Street (Map)
Sustaining the Future of Live Classical Music

The future of classical music in the Bay Area depends on organizations like Noontime Concerts continuing to offer high quality classical music performances that are affordable and accessible to everyone. Your ongoing donations to Noontime Concerts currently help support the annual production of 50 free concerts to approximately 6500 attendees with performance opportunities for approximately 200 professional musicians. When you become a sustaining contributor you are doing your part to support our mission and the community of musicians and audiences it reliably serves.

For more information on how you can help sustain the future of Noontime Concerts contact us at info@noontimeconcerts.org or by telephone at 415-777-3211.

Noontime Concerts is an independent 501 (c) (3) nonprofit arts organization, Federal ID #94-3123314.
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Noontime Concerts is a free weekly concert series in San Francicso.

Since 1989 Noontime Concerts has presented hundreds of classical concerts by local and international musicians, and continues to fulfill its mission to enrich the community and cultural life of the Bay Area.

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