CSMA presents a three day festival to celebrate the intersection of music and technology. Featuring performances from The Flashbulb, Bathing, Hurd Ensemble and more, as well as hands-on workshops and panel discussions exploring electronic music and the future of music technology.
Quinteto Latino performs a free Community Concert in Tateuchi Hall on Saturday, March 17 at 7:30pm. This Bay Area wind quintent expands the boundaries of classical music tradition by performing works by Latino composers. Join us!
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CSMA Gives Access to the Arts
Founded in 1968, CSMA is dedicated to making the arts and arts education accessible to all, regardless of age, skill level, background or financial means. Learn more about how CSMA brings arts education to local students through our in-school education programs.
CSMA presents Quinteto Latino on Saturday, March 17, 7:30pm at Tateuchi Hall. Quinteto Latino, a Bay Area wind quintet, builds community through Latino classical music. Featuring flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon and French horn, this unique ensemble expands the boundaries of classical music tradition by performing works exclusively by Latino composers. Learn more about Quinteto Latino and their mission.
CSMA presents ArtWorlds Russia on Friday, March 2, 5-8pm. This free event will be a sensational evening of art, music, wine and cuisine to celebrate Russia! Artwork by Tatiana Lyskova is currently on display, featuring paintings and prints inspired by Russian fairy tales. Learn more about Tatiana and get an inside look at her process.