The Officers’ Club puts the “life” back into live music with free evening performances that invite you to move and mingle. Performances range from jazz to classical music from around the world, and are curated by San Francisco Friends of Chamber Music in partnership with the Presidio Trust. In the intimate atmosphere of a house concert, listeners can savor, lounge and learn as they wish. Guests move comfortably between Arguello, the destination restaurant and bar, and the performances in Moraga Hall, with opportunities to converse with performers and each other.
Friday Night Concerts 6-7:30PM Free of charge
Seats reservation with Eventbrite
Presidio Officers' Club : 50 Moraga Ave, San Francisco
Parking in front of building . free after 6 pm
The Presidio Sessions is on Summer Break!
The Session Performances will start back on Friday, September 9th
Friday, September 9 |After Everything
One of the Bay Area's newest musical creation that bridges the gap between visual art and live music, creating performances that are unique and unforgettable.
Friday, September 16 |Black Cedar Trio
An unconventional recipe of flute, guitar, and cello yields a sound that is balanced, expressive and provocative.
Friday, September 23 |Boca Mundial
Every Boca Mundial live band show mixes a delicious variety of international musical flavors and extras for a memorable experience.
Friday, September 30 |Ben Goldberg: Invisible Guy
This jazz trio’s surprising twists and turns unfailingly cut straight to the heart of a tune.
Friday, October 7 |Sunset Duo
The Sunset Duo’s long friendship shines through in the warmth and intimacy of their spirited performances.
Friday, October 14 |VNote Ensemble
The VNote Ensemble’s new angle on Latin Jazz gives voice to the hidden treasure of Venezuelan music.
Friday, October 21 |Baumer String
The Baumer String Quartet is quickly distinguishing itself among audiences and critics for their technical finesse, warmth of expression, and cutting edge performances.
Friday, October 28 |Ensemble in Residence
Austin creates delicate balance between a profound respect for tradition and a fearless sense of soul. The contemporary specialists of Friction Quartet have proven their place among the Bay's must-see string quartets.
Friday, November 4 |Strobe
Strobe’s piquant infusion of oboe into a string ensemble brings to life the classical favorites you’ve never heard.
Friday, November 11 |Montclair Women’s Big Band
A Bay Area treasure since 1997, this extraordinary swing machine will blow you away!
Friday, November 18 |A/B Duo
A/B Duo’s unusual, irreverent combination of flute and percussion has been described as “bouncy, strange, interesting and fun.”
135 Main Street, Suite 1140
Phone: (415) 967-3326