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Guitar and Voice Recital
Thursday, October 19 2023, 07:30 PM at Sol Joseph Recital Hall Map

Guitar and Voice Recital

Thursday, October 19 2023, 07:30 PM
at Sol Joseph Recital Hall Map


Departmental Recitals showcase performance departments through its students. Featuring various students and repertoire, and curated by the faculty, performances in this recital highlight SFCM programs and the wide range of study. 

John Dowland: Come Again, Sweet Love
Yitong Wu, soprano
Luyao Jiang, guitar

Fernando Obradors: Selections from Canciones Clásicas Españolas
El vito
     Del cabello más sutil
Lena Goldstein, soprano 
Nikhil Goswami, guitar

Dominick Argento: “Franz Schubert” 
      from Letters from Composers

Addelyn Geenen, soprano 
ZiYuan Tang, guitar

Roberto Gerhard: “El Toro”
     from Seven Cantares for Soprano and Guitar

Aaliyah Capili, soprano 
David Cemin, guitar

Gustav Mahler: “INun Will Die Sonn’ So Hell Aufgeh’n”  
     from Kindertotenlieder

Charles McGregor, baritone 
Kaz Hudson, guitar

Joaquín Rodrigo: “Adela”  
     from Doce Canciones Españolas

Garrett Wilmoth, tenor 
Henryk Linantud, guitar

Franz Schubert: Ständchen
Mumtozbegim Ochilova, soprano 
Eduard Hrmushyan, guitar

Henry Purcell: Music for a While
Jana Justus, mezzo-soprano
Gabriel Balogh, guitar

Manuel de Falla: Tus ojillos negros
Alissa Goretsky, soprano
Eduard Hrmushyan, guitar

J. Dowland: Flow My Tears 
Tony DeLouisa, baritone
Matt Wherley, guitar

R. Gerhard: Selections from Seven Cantares for Soprano and Guitar
La indita
     La ausencia

Christy Xu, mezzo-soprano
Junhao Ma, guitar

M. de Falla: Polo
Leora Gilgur, mezzo-soprano
Eduard Hrmushyan, guitar

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Thursday, October 19 2023, 07:30 PM to Thursday, October 19 2023, 09:30 PM

About SFCM’s Guitar Department

Study classical guitar in the heart of one of the country’s most active guitar scenes. SFCM produces some of the most successful and influential classical guitarists in the world. Spearheaded by renowned faculty and complemented by visiting artists such as Sérgio Assad, the department honors the tradition of the classical guitar while cultivating innovation. The Harris Guitar Collection, owned by SFCM, gives students a chance to see—and play—some of the most extraordinary guitars of the last two centuries.

About SFCM’s Voice Department

Find your voice—and your community. A tight-knit group, voice students work closely with all-star faculty who have performed at the Metropolitan Opera, San Francisco Opera, Houston Grand Opera, Paris Opera, Milan’s La Scala, and many others. As a student at SFCM, you'll have the opportunity to regularly attend dress rehearsals at the San Francisco Opera and take advantage of performance opportunities around the Bay Area.


As of April 1, 2023, face masks will be optional and at personal discretion for all SFCM concerts & events.  Vaccinations are not required for visitors and guests to campus buildings and performances. Please visit SFCM's full Event Health & Safety policy to read more about our guidelines.