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Hear why SF Classical Voice says BARS' "earnestness in music-making is truly a breath of fresh air in the classical music scene." (Rebecca Liao, SFCV)

Part of the BARS LGBTQ Composer & Performing Artist seriesPart of BARS' LGBTQ Composer and Performing Artist Series, which strives to redefine perceptions of LGBTQ music and increase awareness of the beauty, talents, and accomplishments of fellow LGBTQ individuals and groups.

2016-2017 Season

JOIN US for our 2016-17 season – Tickets and Subscriptions available in July.

 


Dawn Harms,  Music Director

Dawn Harms, Music Director

September 3, 2016

Part of the BARS LGBTQ Composer & Performing Artist seriesSaint-Saëns - Cello Concerto

Part of the BARS LGBTQ Composer & Performing Artist seriesEmil Miland, cello

Elgar – Sea Pictures

Brahms – Symphony No. 4


November 5, 2016 w/Guest Conductor Part of the BARS LGBTQ Composer & Performing Artist seriesAlasdair Neale

Repertoire To Be Announced

 

March 11, 2017

Louise Farrenc – Overture No. 2

Koussevitzky – Concerto for Bass

Paganini – Fantasy

Part of the BARS LGBTQ Composer & Performing Artist seriesGary Karr, bass

Sibelius – Symphony No. 6


June 17, 2017

Part of the BARS LGBTQ Composer & Performing Artist seriesBarber – Knoxville:  Summer of 1915

Floyd – Ain’t It A Pretty Night, from Susannah

Lauridsen – O Magnum Mysterium

Part of the BARS LGBTQ Composer & Performing Artist seriesLaura Karpman - Siren Songs

Part of the BARS LGBTQ Composer & Performing Artist seriesMelody Moore, soprano

Part of the BARS LGBTQ Composer & Performing Artist seriesRavel – Bolero

 

These events are sponsored in part by a grant from Grants for the Arts/San Francisco Hotel Tax Fund

 

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June 20 Free Concert in Memory of the Orlando Victims

8:00 p.m. at San Francisco Conservatory of Music, 50 Oak St at Van Ness, SF 94102 (Map)(Tickets)
 
 

Part of the BARS LGBTQ Composer & Performing Artist seriesTchaikovsky – Symphony No. 6 (Pathétique)

 

Part of the BARS LGBTQ Composer & Performing Artist seriesPart of BARS’ LGBTQ Composer and Performing Artist Series, which strives to redefine perceptions of LGBTQ music and increase awareness of the beauty, talents, and accomplishments of fellow LGBTQ individuals and groups.
 
 
Please join the Bay Area Rainbow Symphony to remember and honor the victims of Orlando. The shooting that took place on June 12th 2016 is something that could have happened to any of us.
 
Music Director Dawn Harms will conduct Tchaikovsky’s Symphony No. 6, “Pathetique.” This was his most favorite and the last symphony he wrote before his death.
 
The concert is free and open to the public, but seats must be reserved in advance. Please register/reserve your EventBrite ticket as it reserves your seat.
 
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