Students rarely see their teachers putting into practice what they
preach, but at the San Francisco Conservatory of Music’s new
recital series, it’s the teachers’ turn to perform. And
you’re invited. Monday evening solos and duets star the
conservatory’s faculty, several of whom are also members of the San
Concerts are held in the school’s small Hellman Hall, which
seats just 300 and has redwood paneling for good acoustics.
Performances begin at 8 P.M.
November 5, pianist Paul Hersh, works by Haydn, Chopin, Beethoven.
November 12: cellist peter Shelton, Brahms’ Sonata in F Major and
Bach’s Gamba Sonata in D major. November 26, pianist Mack McCray,
Chopin’s 24 Preludes, Opus 28, and Schubert’s Sonata in A
Major. December 3, cellist Irene Sharp, an all-Beethoven recital.
Tickets (at the door) cost $5, or $3 for students and seniors. The
conservatory is at 1201 Ortega Street (at 19th Avenue), 7 can park in
the school lot or on the street.