Mission Chamber Orchestra of San Jose is a group of volunteer musicians performing professional quality classical concerts with the goal of presenting classical performances that are inclusive, accessible, and affordable – relevant to first-time concert goers as well as those who already love classical music.
Internationally acclaimed singer/songwriter Joshua Radin and iconic indie duo The Weepies team up this fall in a tour presented by Sirius XM's The Coffee House with special guest, Lily Kershaw.
One of the world’s foremost chamber ensembles, the Shanghai Quartet’s elegant style melds the delicacy of Eastern music with the emotional breadth of Western repertoire, allowing it to traverse musical genres including traditional Chinese folk music, masterpieces of Western music, and cutting-edge contemporary works.
Kitka Women’s Vocal Ensemble & Hasmik Harutyunyan GORANI: Lullabies and Love Songs to Lost Homelands
Founded in 1979 as an offshoot of the Westwind International Folk Ensemble, Kitka began as a grassroots group of amateur singers from diverse ethnic and musical backgrounds who shared a passion for the stunning dissonances, asymmetric rhythms, intricate ornamentation, and resonant strength of traditional Eastern European women’s vocal music.
Drummer and composer Kendrick Scott kicked off his Blue Note contract four years ago with We Are The Drum, earning rave reviews and reiterating how Oracle, Scott’s long-running working group, is one of the most thoughtfully powerful jazz bands of its generation.
Playing works by Rachmaninoff and Beethoven, the Steinway Society is proud to present prize-winning Ukrainian-American pianist Anna Dmytrenko.
The 2017 Sarah Vaughan International Jazz Vocal Competition winner, Quiana Lynell infuses her classical training with her gospel upbringing and approaches jazz as a storyteller. Her mesmerizing performances can only come about because Quiana believes every word that journeys from her soul. She hits every note with perfect timing and impeccable pitch. If Sam Cooke were alive to hear her performance of his classic, “A Change is Gonna Come,” he might say, “yeah…that is what I meant.”
Storm Large: musician, actor, playwright, author, awesome. For the 2018-19 season, Storm performs her one-woman autobiographical musical memoir Crazy Enough, a “ballsy, heartbreaking, hysterical tour de force.” (Chelsea Cain)
Hammer Theatre Center, 101 Paseo de San Antonio, San Jose, CA 95113 Located between 2nd and 3rd St. in downtown San Jose.
Convenient parking available @ 2nd & San Carlos Garage $5 flat fee after 6 PM
Accessible by BART and VTA (2nd & Paseo De San Antonio exit is in front of the Hammer Theatre)