Join the Free Open Jam night of the San Francisco Folk Music Club starting at 8 p.m. Continue reading 11/11 & 11/8 @ 8 PM: Folk Music Open Jam
Join SF Live Arts @ Cyprian’s for evening of music with Monica Pasqual and the Handsome Brunettes. Tickets here. Monica is the winner of 6 Independent Music Awards and Six Emmy Awards. Her song ‘Bird in Hand’ charted on both Americana and Roots Radio and was among the top 10 Folk Radio songs for 2011. Her music and songs have been used on numerous network … Continue reading Nov. 12 @ 8 pm: Monica Pasqual & the Handsome Brunettes
Join us for a free community dinner prepared by the students of USF’s Community Outreach Class! We’ll enjoy produce harvested from the USF Community Garden along with other seasonal fare. This all organic meal offers a great opportunity to enjoy healthy, tasty food while also getting to know our neighbors. Please RSVP so we know how much food to prepare. Continue reading Nov. 3 @ 8 PM: Free Community Meal by USF students and St. Cyprian’s
Halloween Scaaarrry Night at the Silent Movies with live music by the Telegraph Quartet & Stephen Prutsman. TICKETS HERE. Enjoy a Halloween Scaaarrry Night at the Silent Movies with live music by the Telegraph Quartet & Stephen Prutsman. First we will screen the 1920 “The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari” and second a slapstick comedy. Films: The 1920 “The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari” and second a … Continue reading 10/29 @ 8 pm: Halloween Scary Night at the Silent Movies with live music
Please join us as a musician or audience member for our next Free Jazz Jam! Set to run from 6 to 8 p.m. Friday, May 1, Stephen Prutsman will host and play the piano. The music lives upstairs while downstairs we host our monthly Azure Family Night for families living with children who are living with Autism or other neurological differences. Each First Friday, Prutsman will be … Continue reading May 1 Autism-friendly free jazz jam and Azure Family Night!
Special Needs Got Talent! Showcasing the Prize Winners of the 2016 Northern California Special Needs Got Talent Competition for those with developmental disabilities. Free admission for all.
Three performers walked away as top winners of the March event. Eleven finalists competed at the event before a FULL HOUSE of over 600 in the audience, 5 prominent judges and our beloved returning emcee Matt Keller, whose poise and humor made the event even more joyful. Entertainment throughout the night also included 10 honorable mention performers.
Michael Valcour of Sacramento, who as a child was unable to speak, won with his baritone-version of “Climb Every Mountain” from The Sound of Music. Michael has used his musical talent volunteering in special education classes, performing at Special Olympics and Easter Seals events, and appearing for Actors for Autism in Hollywood.
Alice Jen from our FCSN Dream Achievers Band, and student at Mission San Jose High School, won for her piano concerto solo, “Yellow River, First Movement”. Alice taught herself piano at age four after seeing someone playing piano on television. She began lessons at age six, has won a number of state-wide competitions, including this year’s US Open Music Competition senior division, and considers music to be her life-long companion and best friend.
Lawrence Wang, growing up at FCSN, won for his solo performance of the Village People’s disco hit, “Y.M.C.A.” Lawrence wore a colorful, yard-wide red and white feathered Indian headdress as he sang and played two instruments–the saxophone and drums–for his rendition. He discovered his musical talent only six years ago when he attended FCSN’s summer music camp. Since then, he excelled in singing, playing the flute recorder; the saxophone, including soprano, alto, and tenor; and drums.
May 14, 2016 7:30 PM Through a double spiral of original music and lyrics spun around ancient myth, fairy and folk tales, two women artists sound out the raw, open, grateful, fragile and ever-powerful experience of mothering in the embrace of an endangered yet resilient Mother Earth. This event is probably most appropriate for grown-ups; however, mature children ages 10 and up are … Continue reading The Motherlode: Songs and Stories from the Vein – A Concert for the Mother