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Foothill Presbyterian Church

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Foothill Community Concert Series

Created in 2000, the Foothill Community Concert Series seeks to provide varied music to the community, to promote live music and the arts, to create an avenue of support for musicians, and to express Foothill Presbyterian Church's belief that music is a great gift.

The Foothill Community Concert Series is a member of the Silicon Valley Arts Coalition. Proceeds benefit the Foothill Concert Series. Thank you for your support.

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Pusaka Sunda
Sun, Oct 27th, 3 PM
10-instrument Gamelan Degung group presenting traditional and contemporary music of Java, Indonesia

South Bay Philharmonic
Fri, Nov 1st, 7:30 PM
Symphony Orchestra featuring  works by Schumann and Beethoven

Voices of the Valley
Sun, Nov 10th, 3 PM
Founded in 1998 under the baton of Music Director Ms Stephanie Chan, VoV is currently comprised of 20 active members that feature a vast selection of music from different genres. Performances include collaborations with XiaMen Philharmonic Orchestra at the Davis Symphony Hall in San Francisco, and Stanford University Orchestra; events at the San Francisco Asian Art Museum; appearances on Bay Area Radio/TV Stations, and its first international concert tour by invitation from Chinese University of Hong Kong to perform Dreams of the Red Chamber by Taiwanese composer Eric Liu.

Julian Toha
Sat, Nov 23rd, 3 PM
Multimedia Performance Artist and Contemporary Pianist  whose mission is to inspire and nurture the human imagination by developing synergetic relationships between concert music, technology and the visual arts resulting in a culturally relevant and innovative performing arts model for the contemporary mind.

13th Annual Festival of Carols
Friday, December 13, 7PM
Featuring Foothill Ensembles and special guests presenting holiday music

Lawrence Ealy In Concert
Sunday , Feb 9th, 3 PM
solo bass vocalist featuring works by Dvorak, Pinkham, and traditional gospel music

South Bay Philharmonic
Fri, Feb 28th, 7:30 PM
Symphony Orchestra featuring works by Dvorak

Avguste Antonov
Sat, March 8th, 3 PM
Pianist featuring works from the 20th and 21st centuries

Black Cedar Trio
Sun, Mar 16th, 3 PM
Devoted to the performance and creation of chamber music for flute, cello, and guitar. They apply this unique mix to a wide range of repertoire, including Renaissance love songs and dances, Baroque trio sonatas, Appalachian folk songs, and world premieres by living composers.

Ragtime with the Bradshaws and the Drivons
Sat, Mar 29th, 3 PM
The Bradshaw Ragtime Piano Duo along with the Drivons Steve and Robyn on drums, vocals and tuba will present a toe-tapping afternoon of ragtime music.

Scola Cantorum (San Francisco)
Sat, Apr 5th, 3 PM
Featuring part songs from Germany, England, and France

National Association of Composers USA (San Francisco)
Sun, Apr 27th, 3 PM
Featuring works by Bay Area living composers

South Bay Philharmonic
Fri, May 9th, 7:30 PM
Celebrating it’s 5th anniversary
Symphony Orchestra

Larry and Carla
Sun, May 18th, 3 PM
English Handbell bell duet

Vinacessi Ensemble
Sun, June 8th, 3 PM
The Ensemble focuses on music for voice and continuo, especially that of eighteenth century Italy and the Veneto, and of course, Italian composer Benedetto Vinaccesi (1666-1719)—for whom the ensemble is named.

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