2018-2019 Season Concerts   (Start time: 7:00 PM)

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Concerts are held on Sundays at 7:00 PM at
St. Aidan's Episcopal Church
101 Gold Mine Drive (at Diamond Heights Blvd.)
San Francisco, California
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Designed by Skidmore, Owings and Merrill, St. Aidan’s boasts excellent acoustics, a lovely Steinway grand piano, easy parking, and a supportive community of music lovers. Concerts are wheelchair accessible.



Sunday October 21, 2018 at 7:00 PM 

Gaude

Music on the Hill’s 20th anniversary kicks off with the return of this gifted Bay Area a cappella octet. Founded in 2015, Gaude is directed by Jace Wittig, formerly of Chanticleer. Their San Francisco performances include Old First Concerts, Candlelight Concerts at St. Mary the Virgin, and Holy Innocents Episcopal Church.

The program includes works by Benjamin Britten, Samuel Barber, Arvo Pärt, & Andrea Gabrieli.                     Preconcert talk starting at 6:30 PM..

Performers are: Casey Breves, Yuhi Aizawa Combatti, Elizabeth Kimble, Clayton Moser, Matthew Peterson, Tim Silva, Meghan Spyker, Heidi L. Waterman, Jace Wittig.

Listen to Gaude perform here : Gaude       Here's the link to their website: Gaude



Sunday, December 2, 2018 at 7:00 PM 

Join us for our 20th Anniversary celebration concert! We'll have free champagne, prosecco, and cake.

Christmas in Venice” with Nash Baroque

Nash Baroque, formed in 2013 by traverso player Vicki Melin and harpsichordist Katherine Heater, presents chamber music from the 17th & 18th centuries on period instruments.

In this glittering program, Nash Baroque joins countertenor Justin Montigne and violoncellist Farley Pearce to perform sacred and profane music of Baroque Venice, including cantatas & sonatas by Vivaldi, Giovanni Legrenzi, Antonio Caldara, Barbara Strozzi and Benedetto Marcello.

Here's the link to their website: Nash Baroque
Watch and listen to Nash Baroque: Nash





Sunday, January 27, 2019 at 7:00 PM
Music on the Hill Benefit
Join us for an evening of wine, hors d’oeuvres, and live music.

Featuring the up-and-coming cellist, Evan Kahn. Evan is principal cellist of Symphony Silicon Valley. In April/May 2018, he served as Artist-in-Residence with NPR’s Performance Today. Joined by pianist Ava Soifer, he will perform works by Dmitry Kabalevsky, J.S. Bach and Pyotr I. Tchaikovsky.

Also presenting the gifted musicians from the Ruth Awawa SOTA string quartet.

Listen to Evan Kahn perform Bach Suite #2: Evan

The benefit will take place at a private home in San Francisco TBA. Suggested donation $60. Seating is limited.

Sunday, March 10, 2019 at 7:00 PM  

Eos Ensemble

Since its 2003 inception, Eos has been delighting audiences with innovative concerts of diverse musical styles. Members are musicians from the San Francisco Opera and Ballet Orchestras. Eos has been awarded several grants to perform educational concerts in Marin County and were featured guests on Bay Area radio show, West Coast Live.

They will be performing a concert of Russian music by Sergei Prokofiev, Alexander Borodin, and Shostakovich Piano Quintet Op. 57 with pianist Ava Soifer. Preconcert talk starting at 6:30

Listen to Eos Ensemble perform: Eos       Here's the link to their website: Eos



Sunday, April 28, 2019 at 7:00 PM

Musical Art Quintet

A genre-trailblazer, this group, led by bassist and composer Sascha Jacobsen, grew out of Mission District jam sessions at the Revolution Cafe. Sascha’s pieces combine elements of classical music with rhythms and sounds from Jazz, Afro-Cuban Son, Argentine Tango, and Klezmer.

They will be performing Sascha’s original works and arrangements of works by Duke Ellington, Argentine composer Ariel Ramírez, Brazilian Jazz Master Hermeto Pascoal, and Dominican pianist/composer Michel Camilo

Performers are:  Sascha Jacobsen, bass; Jory Fankuchen, violin and viola;
Anthony Blea, violin; Lewis Patzner, cello;
Charith Premawardhana, viola.

Watch Musical Art Quintet perform here: Musical Art Quintet
Here's the link to their website: Musical Art Quintet