2017 SVLaureates Celebration
Apr
24
6:30 pm18:30

2017 SVLaureates Celebration

  • Trianon Theatre

On April 24, SVCREATES will honor six Santa Clara County artists who have gifted their community with the fruits of their outstanding creative talent.

Apr
24
6:30 pm18:30

The Art of Active Networking

  • Trianon Theatre

MORE ABOUT "THE ART OF ACTIVE NETWORKING"

Mark E. Sackett created "The Art of Active Networking" through one of his businesses, "Brainfood Creative Programs", with the sole purpose of helping people do better.

And it works! Come see why we've had everyone from "Smart Money Magazine" to "The Wall Street Journal", as well as television stations from South Korea, cover our events around the country.

This is the most unique and connected networking event you will attend this year. Our sole purpose is to help people do better in this down and ever-changing economy and to work through life shifts while meeting people you would otherwise not connect with in a unique new way.

Wind Beneath My Wings Singing Recital
May
6
7:30 pm19:30

Wind Beneath My Wings Singing Recital

US-China Cultural Exchange Group is proud to present the Wind Beneath My Wings concert on May 6h, 2017 in celebration of Mother’s Day this year.  The US-China Cultural Exchange Group is a an organization that supports the promotion of arts, culture, and education in the Bay Area in alliance with the local Chinese American community and abroad.  This is the fourth installment of the Wings concert series which is an annual charity performance to promote music and the family.  This year's concert will feature the mother and daughter vocal duettists Melody Wang and Remona Ji with their young and talented accompanist Allison Wang.  Melody and Remona started singing together as a way to strengthen their communications and bond through music and have since then performed for 10 years in various charity and non-profit events around the Bay Area to bring their beautiful message and voices to others.

Jun
26
6:30 pm18:30

The Art Of Active Networking

  • Trianon Theatre

MORE ABOUT "THE ART OF ACTIVE NETWORKING"

Mark E. Sackett created "The Art of Active Networking" through one of his businesses, "Brainfood Creative Programs", with the sole purpose of helping people do better.

And it works! Come see why we've had everyone from "Smart Money Magazine" to "The Wall Street Journal", as well as television stations from South Korea, cover our events around the country.

This is the most unique and connected networking event you will attend this year. Our sole purpose is to help people do better in this down and ever-changing economy and to work through life shifts while meeting people you would otherwise not connect with in a unique new way.


Mission Chamber Orchestra
Apr
23
2:30 pm14:30

Mission Chamber Orchestra

  • Trianon Theatre

 

 


Our Twenty First Season of
Something for Everyone

Bringing spirited performances of classical and contemporary music to Silicon Valley audiences, MCOSJ offers four performances for the 2016-2017 season.

South Bay Guitar Society - Irina Kulikova
Apr
15
7:30 pm19:30

South Bay Guitar Society - Irina Kulikova

  • Trianon Theatre

Location: Main Theatre

In her concerts, Irina speaks directly, almost conversationally, with an audience. She excels in bringing melody lines that pass from one string to another while retaining a consistent tone color; richly resonant, cello like thumb strokes and a singing tone up in the highest postitions.

 

Her program includes Chopin, Bach, Barrios, Moreno-Torroba and others.

San Jose Chamber Orchestra Presents JOURNEYS
Mar
26
7:00 pm19:00

San Jose Chamber Orchestra Presents JOURNEYS

  • Trianon Theatre

Visions, apparitions, a change of heart, a path unseen. Music of beauty, mystery, energy and warmth.

Featuring violinist Philip Brezina, three world premieres by Bay Area based composers and Schoenberg's iconic Transfigured Night.

Hildegard    Anica Galindo

Medjugorje Paul Davies

Tango Moresque  Michael Touchi

Sonnet Ensemble Spring Concert
Mar
25
7:30 pm19:30

Sonnet Ensemble Spring Concert

Established in 2013 SONNET ENSEMBLE is a conductorless string orchestra based in the Silicon Valley and San Francisco Bay Area. Rehearsing and performing without a conductor, each member is allowed greater input and voice in the music-making process.

Through the name SONNET (Son, latin for sound; and Net for network), the ensemble’s wish is to convey its dual purpose and inspiration—to express the diverse human passions of Shakespeare’s Sonnets, and through sound, create transformative, unifying experiences in its effort to connect the community.

 

To buy tickets online click here:  https://www.eventbrite.com/e/sonnet-ensemble-spring-concert-2017-tickets-31984750249?aff=erelpanelorg

 Seattle University Admissions
Mar
18
9:30 am09:30

Seattle University Admissions

  • Trianon Theatre

Join Seattle University representatives and other admitted students at the Trianon Theatre to celebrate your admission to the Class of 2021! This event will include a presentation from admissions, student financial services and various SU representatives to help you learn more about the university. Family members are encouraged to join, and light refreshments will be served.

Herbert Hoover Middle School
Mar
15
7:00 pm19:00

Herbert Hoover Middle School

  • Trianon Theatre

Come see Beginning, Intermediate A and B, and Advanced Strings from Hoover Middle School perform in a mid-year concert.

Tickets will be presold for $7 per adult/$5 per child

San Jose Chamber Music Society Presents Prazak Quartet
Mar
12
7:00 pm19:00

San Jose Chamber Music Society Presents Prazak Quartet

  • Trianon Theatre

DETAILS

Tickets:  reserved seating – Regular $49/$43/$37 -- Seniors $3 less -- Students $15 (section C).

For best choice of seats, purchase in advance online at www.sjchambermusic.org.

or phone sales at voicemail: 408-286-5111. -- or purchase at door concert day starting 6:00pm.

 

Program:    

- Antonin DVORAK (1841-1904) Quartet #10 in E-Flat Major, Op.51, “Slavonic” (1879) – Commissioned to be “in the Slav spirit”, this Quartet charms with its Dumka movement and dance rhythms, fusing classical style with Bohemian folk spirit.

- Alexander von ZEMLINSKY (1872-1942) Quartet #1 in A-Major, Op;.4 (1896) – Zemlinsky’s late-Romantic first Quartet shows the young Viennese composer’s sweeping lyricism and self-confidence.

- DVORAK Quartet #12 in F-Major, Op.96, “American” (1893) – The “American” Quartet with its pentatonic-scale themes and birdsong-inspired Scherzo, reflects the peace and tranquility Dvorak found summering with Czech settlers in the prairie town of Spillville, Iowa.

plus…

- at 6:15pm a 30-min. pre-concert talk by musicologist/violist Janet Sims.

- a 20-min. post-concert Q&A session with the musicians, led by SJCMS Artistic Dir. Ted Lorraine.

 

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This concert is supported in part by a Cultural Affairs grant from the City of San Jose,

and a Local Arts Grant from Silicon Valley Creates.

 

The Artists:  The Prazak returns – on itsFeb.21-Mar.14 US tour – the San Jose debut of first violinist since 2015, Jana Vonaskova - with Vlastimil Holek, violin, Josef Kluson, viola, & Michal Kanka, cello. Since its 1972 founding at Prague Conservatory, the Prazak has gained world attention for its place in the unique Czech quartet tradition, and for its musical virtuosity.  The “thoroughly engaging” and “superb [ensemble]”Chicago Tribune, has toured worldwide for over 30 years, and released over 50 award-winning Praga CDs.  “Poetic…powerful performance” –Los Angeles Times.

 

Follow-up/more info:

Tickets: See presenter’s website www.sjchambermusic.org - San Jose Chamber Music Society.

For information about Prazak Quartet see www.davidroweartists.com & www.prazakquartet.com.