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Shenson Faculty Concert Series: Diane Grubbe, flute

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Online concerts highlighting CMC Faculty: "Recent Music for the Flutes" with flutist Diane Grubbe

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The Shenson Faculty Concert Series returns this summer with free concert broadcasts spotlighting CMC talented faculty members. Each year, the Shenson Foundation sponsors four free community concerts for CMC faculty music projects to support CMC Faculty as performing artists and ensure their work on stage is shared and celebrated in our community.

This year’s presenters will highlight a wide variety of musical styles, techniques, and creative inspirations, from Chopin to Chick Corea and Lotería cards to flutes of all shapes and sizes. Enjoy compelling programs of classical, jazz, contemporary, Afro-Cuban music, and more with artistic performances, composer interviews, and a chance to connect with faculty through Q&A.

Stay tuned for more concerts in the 2021 Shenson Faculty Concert Series:

June 25: Josepha Fath, violin

July 9: Elektra Schmidt, piano

July 23: Diane Grubbe, flute

August 6: Erick Peralta, piano

August 20: Charlie Gurke, saxophone

Recent Music for the Flutes with Diane Grubbe

Friday July 23, 2021 at 5:30pm (PST)

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Diane Grubbe performs 20th and 21st Century works for flutes large and small by Mario Lavista, Andrew M. Rodriguez, Orlando Jacinto Garciá and Miguel del Aguila. The concert will include a discussion with Mr. Rodriguez about his work, Highways, for flute with glissando headjoint.

This event will be conducted online via video conferencing. RSVP to receive the link to join, emailed prior to the start of the discussion.

About the Performers:

Diane Grubbe performs regularly with Donald Pippin’s Pocket Opera and also freelances throughout the San Francisco Bay Area, appearing with regional orchestras including Symphony Silicon Valley, Festival Opera and many others. A great fan of new music, Diane often performs with the contemporary music ensemble sfSoundGroup and has been a guest performer with Earplay and the Eco Ensemble. Since 2004 Diane has been the flautista in Quinteto Latino, the Bay Area wind quintet specializing in classical music from Latin America.

In 2012 Quinteto Latino released their first CD, “100 Years of Mexican Music for Wind Quintet.” Diane is a graduate of San Francisco State University and the San Francisco Conservatory of Music. Her instructors have included Paul Renzi, Lloyd Gowen and Tim Day of the San Francisco Symphony. She has performed in masterclasses with Julius Baker, Heinz Holliger, Robert Stallman and Robert Dick.

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We believe in the power of music to connect people, celebrate cultures and transform lives. Community Music Center (CMC) is a cornerstone San Francisco cultural institution and a vital hub for music education and performance anchored in the Mission District. We envision students and faculty who are engaged and fulfilled in making music together, and audiences who are energized by their experiences. Inspired by their training, our students are empowered to find their own voice, develop lasting relationships, embrace learning, and give back to their communities.

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