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Join us on Friday, July 26, 2019 at 6:30 as we welcome the team from Ernest Vineyards in Sonoma. Since we know you’re wondering: Yes, there was a man named Ernest. He was an entrepreneur, a risk-taker and a role model for his grandson, Todd Gottula, who founded the winery with his wife, Erin Brooks, back in 2012. Today, the “Ernest” in their name stands for more than one man. It’s about integrity in the fruit they use and the people they know. It’s about restraint, about how ego drives nothing they do.
Tertulia is a chamber music series that presents concerts in restaurants, in an atmosphere that combines lively conversation and dining with the opportunity to hear some of the greatest performers of our time. Tertulias are formatted as dinner-concerts, with two performances separated by an extended intermission.
On Sunday, May 12th, Tertulia will be returning to San Francisco to bring us a supreme musical treat for Mother's Day here at Town Hall.
The program will include Jonathan Vinocour and Friends:
---Cocktails and Amuse-bouche
PURCELL Fantasia Upon One Note
CLYNE Primula Vulgaris for String Quartet
PURCELL Fantasia No. 5
TCHAIKOVSKY Souvenir de Florence
Mingle & Meet the Musicians
Program includes 50 to 60 minutes of music.
Helen Kim, violin
Cordula Merks, violin
Dmitri Murrath, viola
Jonathan Vinocour, viola
Sébastien Gingras, cello
Amos Yang, cello
Town Hall invites you to celebrate our
15 YEAR ANNIVERSARY
Sunday, November 11
Tertulia is visiting us again in San Francisco to offer us a supreme musical treat for Mother's Day at Town Hall.
On Sunday, February, 25, 2018, Tertulia will be returning to San Francisco to present Decoda, the Affiliate Ensemble of Carnegie Hall at our favorite restaurant in town -- Town Hall. Sunday night's performance is Decoda's San Francisco debut!
The program will include the beloved Clarinet Quintet by Johannes Brahms, and will start with David Bruce's Gumboots -- a work composed in 2008, that has been performed and championed by Decoda all over the world. The work, also a clarinet quintet, was inspired by South African gumboot dancing.