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Sunset Music & Arts Season

2021 Season

Updated: November 30, 2020

Dear friends and patrons of Sunset Music and Arts,

We regret to inform you of the painful decision to cancel all remaining concerts in our 2020 calendar season. However, we are working on our 2021 season and will be announcing the season details soon. We have some amazing and talented musicians lined up for the 2021 season and are hoping to open back up by the spring of 2021.

Please consider supporting us financially. No amount is too small! You can donate online via PayPal (visit for details) or by check.

Please make the check made payable to “The Episcopal Church of the Incarnation” and write ‘Sunset Music and Arts’ on the memo line of your check.

Please mail your check to:
Episcopal Church of the Incarnation
1750 29th Avenue
San Francisco CA 94122

Thank you for your consideration and supporting us! We look forward to welcoming you in 2021 when it is safe to do so.

Sunset Music and Arts – Incarnation Episcopal Church

A Christmas Carol

Please join us for our 6th edition of the Incarnation Radio Hour featuring an adaptation of the beloved classic  ‘A Christmas Carol,’ by Charles Dickens.

Date & Time: Wednesday December 9, 4 p.m. PST
Free admission
Zoom Call: For zoom call details send an e-mail to


A holiday favorite, A Christmas Carol, is a short novella by Charles Dickens, originally published in 1843. Through a series of spectral visions, the miserly Ebenezer Scrooge is allowed to review his life and to change its outcome. The Ghost of Christmas Past reveals vignettes of Scrooge’s early life as a schoolboy, an apprentice, and a young man in love. The Ghost of Christmas Present reveals to Scrooge that joy has little to do with wealth; together they visit the homes of Bob Cratchit, Scrooge’s much-abused clerk, and of his generous nephew Fred, who has married for love. Finally the Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come allows Scrooge a vision of what his end will be like if he continues on his present course—he will die despised and unmourned. After witnessing these scenes, Scrooge is a changed man. He immediately sets about mending his ways, becoming generous and thoughtful and thereby finding redemption and joy. (from


Community Music | Arts Events

We are also excited about launching our, Sunset Community Music | Arts  initiative, where you can enjoy mostly free (occasionally, donations or a small fee may be requested) concerts and programs,  produced and performed by members of the local community. If you are interested in performing as part of this program, please contact us at 415.564.2324 or e-mail us at

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