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The Mixtape Project: Adam Flowers, tenor, accompanied by Paul McWilliams (piano) and Sharon Wayne (guitar)

Date & Time: Saturday March19, 7:30  p.m.
Venue: Incarnation Episcopal Church, 1750 29th Avenue, San Francisco
Tickets: $25 General, $20 Seniors/Students

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The Mixtape Project: Live in Concert

  1. Viva, Di Stefano: A Tribute to Giuseppe Di Stefano;
  2. Chansons Pour Deux Vagabonds: French Popular Songs of the 20th Century;
  3. Sinatra’s Cole Porter: An Album in Concert.

HEALTH AND SAFETY

In accordance with health and safety guidelines from the City and County of San Francisco, a face covering is required for all concerts at Incarnation Episcopal church and must be worn at all times. Face masks must completely cover nose and mouth and have ear loops or similar to hold in place. Gaiters and bandanas are not acceptable. Please click here for full details.

About the Artists

Adam Flowers has performed principal tenor roles in opera houses throughout North America, Hawaii, and Japan. In July 2006 he completed a five-year artist-in-residency for Opera San Jose, performing over 32 roles. He is currently a member of the San Francisco Opera Chorus and the tenor section leader at San Francisco’s St. Ignatius Church Choir. Adam is a certified Music Together™ teacher, teaching music to infants and toddlers in Marin County and San Francisco. He is a teaching artist for Pacific Actors & Singers Workshop, the San Francisco Opera Guild’s Book To Bravo and Opera A La Carte educational programs with students in the 5th-12th grades. He is a voice student of Sheri Greenawald and Deborah Benedict.

Classical Guitarist Sharon Wayne has been an active teacher, performer, and recording artist, working for nearly 30 years in the Bay Area and New England.

Called “one of the most appealing new guitarists around”, with “bewitching vitality”(San Jose Mercury News) and “superbly executed style” (Charleston Post and Courier), Sharon has performed throughout the U.S. and abroad as a soloist and chamber musician. A founding member of the San Francisco Guitar Quartet, she helped generate new repertoire for guitar, commissioning works by Carlo Domeniconi, Eitan Steinberg, and others. Sharon appears on six CD’s, including In the Midst of Winds(M.A. Recordings, Tokyo); Black Opals(SFGQ2001); and her solo CD From the Heart(Joplin and Sweeney) which features works by living composers. While living in New England, she performed as a member of crossover group The Back Bay Trio.

She has served on the faculties of San Francisco Conservatory of Music‘s Preparatory Division, Santa Clara University, and CSMA in Mountain View, and was Artistic Director of both San Francisco Classical Guitar Society and Boston Classical Guitar Society. After a hiatus from the guitar, during which time she picked up the cello and banjo and started singing in Martha’s chamber choir, Sharon is overjoyed to return to her first instrument with new inspiration, and is feeling a bit like the Ave Fénix!

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