San Francisco Classical Voice - SFCV provides information of many different types: a searchable, sortable events calendar/database that lists almost every classical music event in the Bay Area and enables users to buy tickets and even make dinner reservations; a ticket-discounting program (expanding this year); a multimedia database of composer biographies that is regularly accessed by students of all levels; a glossary of important musical terms; a searchable, sortable database of music teachers around the Bay; lists of music organizations and educational organizations; tips and advice from professionals for parents of young musicians; individual pages for musicians and local groups - and much more.
San Francisco Early Music Society (SFEMS) - Berkeley, California. Presenting concerts, publications, and education programs for the study and performance of Medieval, Renaissance, and Baroque music by both amateurs and professionals in northern California.
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