Bring dessert/coffee or cocktail/nosh and take a front-row seat for a beautiful & interesting, live musical recital with insights and Q&A.
Music & Morsels
Bring a cup of coffee/tea & pastry or create a wine/cheese happy hour and take a front row seat at your computer for a live, classical concert, followed by Q&A with the artist.
Music & Morsels: Beyond Bach
Wednesday, September 14
1-2pm (PT), 2-3pm (MT), 3-4pm (CT), 4-5pm (ET)
For this program, classical pianist Ian Scarfe returns to explore selections from J. S. Bach’s famous “Well-Tempered Clavier”, a collection of Preludes and Fugues in all the major and minor keys. Seen as one of the most influential works in music history, Scarfe will show how composers from Beethoven to Chopin and Rachmaninoff were inspired by the Baroque master.
Save! Get “Early Bird” pricing before Sept 12th.
About Ian Scarfe
Ian Scarfe enjoys a wide-ranging career as an advocate for music. Initially following directions to become a piano soloist, he quickly discovered the joys of diversifying his work. As a performer he is equally comfortable as a soloist, accompanying recital partners, or in the mix of a small or large ensemble. As a speaker, he is a frequent lecturer during formal concerts, a host and emcee during casual musical events, and also a narrator to children’s programs. As a musical entrepreneur, he keeps a busy travel schedule across the United States and Europe organizing concerts, tours, and festivals.
Tickets & Notes:
“Early Bird” Ticket: $12.50; available until 48-hours prior to the performance.
“Regular” Tickets: $15; available until the performance begins.
All tickets are 1) are per device, not per person on Zoom, and 2) are non-refundable & non-exchangeable.
Program subject to change; refunds are not available if a program takes place.
The Fine Print:
Fortunately, we’ve had very few issues, but just to be clear…
Your Zoom “Event Link”: The Zoom event link will be emailed to you two days before the event. To help it land in your “inbox,” before registering, please add the following emails to your contacts:
- James Sokol — firstname.lastname@example.org
- JCC Alliance — email@example.com
Registrants are requested to make sure the email w/link has arrived by the evening of Sept. 12th. If the email does not arrive, please see “Troubleshooting” below.
The email w/link will be re-sent to all registrants about 2-hours prior to the event. NB: However, if it landed somewhere other than in your inbox the first time, it will probably do the same later.
Have a Comcast email? Please refer to this guide: https://www.xfinity.com/support/articles/spam-filters-and-email-blocking-new-experience.
Troubleshooting: We will do our best to remedy any issues. Registrants who have NOT received the email w/link are asked to check their email “junk” and “spam” folders. If found, please move the email to your inbox. If the email/link is still not there, please contact James (see below) immediately.
Late Troubleshooting: We will try our best – but cannot guarantee – help with Zoom links to guests contacting James less than 1-hour prior to the event.
Live Only: In agreement with our guides, artists, instructors, special guests, etc., events are not recorded. Make-up sessions are unavailable. Credit/refund is not given for missed events.
Liability: While we will do our best to remedy any issues, The Osher Marin JCC & its Program Partners cannot be held responsible for 1) issues related to Eventbrite or Zoom, 2) ticket buyers not following the instructions above, nor 3) packing, shipping, or deliver services of food/beverages not received in time for tasting events.
Don’t ya just hate “the fine print?!!”
Questions? Email James at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Music & Morsels is created by the Osher Marin JCC (San Rafael, CA) and offered by the National JCC Adult & Senior Alliance. See below for a full list of Alliance Partners.
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