Dear SFRS and Friends,
Voices of Music is pleased to introduce a special, one-of-a-kind online streaming program for 2020–2021: a series of talks and interviews with internationally acclaimed performers in historical performance. Our program will share rare insights into how our specialists prepare for and interpret the music they perform. You will meet virtuosos, conductors and VoM’s own music directors — all hosted with the warmth and generosity of a live VoM event.
Audience members may subscribe to all eight events in the series, or choose individual events of interest. Ticket buyers receive a private link to the Zoom webinars, and will also receive (afterwards) a private link where they can view the recorded discussion at their convenience for two months after the date of initial broadcast.
Subscribers will additionally receive invitations to several subscriber-only events.
In the event that it is possible to hold in person concerts, we will go ahead with our March 26-28, 2021, performances, but safety is our number one concern.
These events are $15 each, or $120 for the entire series. If you’d like to attend any or all of them, I’ll be happy to help you with our box office. They will be hosted by the Zoom application so it will be best if you download the application before you attend (go to Zoom.us to download).
For a complete list and description, go to the Voices of Music box office:
The first event is coming up this Sunday, October 11, 2020:
From Manuscript to Filmed Performance
Lecture by Voices of Music Directors Hanneke van Proosdij and David Tayler:
How do we decide to perform the music that we’re performing for our concerts? Where do we find the manuscripts? What kind of musicological decisions do we make? What steps do we need to take before we film our performances, and why? What is the rehearsal process like? What does filming day look like? A behind the scenes look at how Voices of Music creates their award-winning programs.
For assistance, please contact the Box Office by phone at 415-377-4444 or 415-260-4687, or email Greta at greta.