Concert Series at Temple Emanu-El
January to June 2015 - Now in Our 12th Year!
“Both the venue and the roster of performers are superb.”
- SF Classical Voice
June 1 - The Farallon Quintet, featuring Pianist Jon Nakamatsu
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All concerts are Monday nights at 7:30 pm in the Martin Meyer Sanctuary of Congregation Emanu-El, 2 Lake Street, San Francisco
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The Farallon Quintet
With Pianist Jon Nakamatsu
The Farallon Quintet, founded in the summer of 2012, is a dynamic Bay Area ensemble and the only professional chamber music group focused exclusively on the clarinet quintet string quartet plus clarinet repertoire. In addition to playing the classics, the quintet seeks to perform rarely heard works, innovative arrangements, and new music by living composers.
American pianist Jon Nakamatsu continues to draw unanimous praise as a true aristocrat of the keyboard, whose playing combines elegance, clarity, and electrifying power. Mr. Nakamatsu has performed widely in North and South America, Europe, and the Far East, collaborating with such conductors as James Conlon, Marek Janowski, Raymond Leppard, Stanislaw Skrowaczewski, Osmo Vänskä and Hans Vonk. He also performed at a White House concert hosted by President and Mrs. Clinton. Jon Nakamatsu is the Gold Medalist of the Tenth Van Cliburn International Piano Competition.
Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus: Quintet in A Major for Clarinet and Strings, K. 581
IV. Allegretto con variazioni
Mahoney, Shafer: Clarinet Quintet
Copland, Aaron: Sextet for Clarinet, Piano, and String Quartet
I. Allegro vivace
III. Precise and rhythmic
Prokofiev, Sergei: Overture on Hebrew Themes
The Farallon Quintet members:
Natalie Parker, clarinet
Dan Flanagan, violin
Matthew Oshida, violin
Elizabeth Prior, viola
Jonah Kim, cello
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Single Tickets: $25 general/$22 senior and student
This series is made possible by a generous grant from the Laszlo N. Tauber Family Foundation, Inc.