community music center
By Woody Weingarten COVID-19 financially crippled many hundreds of Bay Area arts-and-entertainment performers over the past year. The “starving musicians” category swelled exponentially, for example, because many lacked digital skills needed to overcome gig loss triggered by in-person venues closing. Noteworthy exceptions exist, however. Pianist-singer Mike Greensill, a widower who lives
San Franciscans are going to find other musicians to jam with, to learn a new instrument, or just to release stress. Last year, CMC served over 2,400 students of all ages, levels and financial backgrounds.
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Full Disclosure: I let the folks at CMC write this one up because I really believe in what they do and I’m too slammed to write this up myself. Just when you thought everything in SF was changing (read: getting more expensive), there is a music school based in the
I’m a musician and a music journalist. I make judgment calls in the first 30 seconds of listening to something because I don’t get paid enough to spend more time than that. Also, I hate 99% of all music I hear. I might sound like an asshole right now but