Cyprian's, San Francisco's newest venue, presents a free guitar recital for neighbors and friends on Wednesday, May 4th from 6:30-7:30 pm. Justin Houchin, a senior guitar student at the San Francisco Conservatory of Music, will play music of Venezuela, J.S. Bach, the classical and romantic guitar masters, his own transcription of Ravel's Pavane, and a set of pieces written for him by the extraordinary composer Nicholas Pavkovic.
Houchin has been playing guitar for 11 years. During the last year he's been working to present a series of 50 minute concerts highlighting a variety of guitar music from the last few hundred years and from around the world. Cyprian's is excited to have Justin Houchin join us for this gift to the neighborhood.
Please note: easy transit to Cyprian's via Muni buses #5, #24, #31, #43), secure bike parking on-site, and free vehicle parking in a lot two blocks away. See Getting to Cyprian's above.
Upcoming concerts: Men of Endurance, previous winner of the Gospel Singing Award from the Bay Area Blues Society, and Fret Not with its old-time roots gospel singing on Saturday, May 14th, 8pm. Produced by SF Live Arts (noevalleymusicseries.com)