Join Capital Public Radio for a trip to see the Tomasz Stanko Quintet at the San Francisco Jazz Festival Sunday, April 11. Concert seats, museum admission*, gourmet dinner, motor coach transportation, and fine wines are all included, but space is limited.
Capital Public Radio is chartering a motor coach to the Palace of Legion of Honor to enjoy the international jazz sounds of the Tomasz Stanko Quintet. A bandleader of great integrity, Polish trumpeter Stanko is among the most revered of European jazz musicians. His pristine recordings for ECM have drawn international critical praise. The New York Times reported, “Stanko’s records of the last six years, with their elegiac moods and clean, controlled lyricism have become a primary reference point for current European jazz.”
Our travel package includes entry to the museum grounds and galleries*, the 2 pm concert at the Gould Theatre, and a gourmet early evening dinner at Poggio -- a classic Italian trattoria in scenic Sausalito. * Admission to the Cartier exhibit is an additional $10
Our travel package includes entry to the museum grounds and galleries*, the 2 pm concert at the Gould Theatre, and a gourmet early evening dinner at Poggio -- a classic Italian trattoria in scenic Sausalito.
* Admission to the Cartier exhibit is an additional $10
We’ll depart from Capital Public Radio (at 7055 Folsom Boulevard) at 10 am, leaving time to explore the Palace’s exhibits and grounds prior to the 2 pm concert. Dinner at Poggio will be served at 5 pm and includes delicious regional wines courtesy of Capital Public Radio.
Our motor coach will return to Sacramento at approximately 9 pm. You are free to leave your car parked in our lot for the day at no charge.
Space is extremely limited, so reserve early forwhat promises to be a great afternoon of international jazz and an elegant evening of fine dining and great wines.
Poggio is a classic Italian trattoria with comfortable neighborhood charm and destination-caliber cuisine. Using the best available local ingredients and property-grown organic herbs and vegetables, the daily changing menu features soulful classics of Northern Italy, simply and earnestly prepared. Poggio, from the Italian translation for 'a special hillside place', offers seasonal Italian cuisine. The daily-changing seasonal menu features locally grown ingredients and items from the large display wood-fired rotisserie and grill and wood-roasting oven.
The Florence Gould Theatre opened at the Palace of the Legion of Honor in 1924. This 316 seat jewel box theatre is decorated in the LouieXVI style and has seen performances by Duke Ellington, Andres Segovia and Marcel Marceau.