Out & About March: Music

Out & About March: Music, Marin Symphony, Marin Magazine


Featured: Marin Symphony’s Masterworks 3


From The Lone Ranger to Honda Civic ads, Rossini’s William Tell Overture is in wide use for a reason: it’s broad cultural appeal. Though Debussy’s 3 Nocturnes and Prokofiev’s Cantata Alexander Nevsky might not immediately ring a bell, their sonic resonance is equally legendary. Live your memories—and create new ones—during Masterworks 3: Legendary, a singular, memorable concert. March 9-10 marincenter.org





Joe Jackson

March 2

After 40 years of touring, Jackson will select from albums of five different decades: Look Sharp (1979), Night and Day (1982), Laughter and Lust (1991), Rain (2008) and Fool (2019), plus songs from other albums and new covers.

Masonic (SF)

415.776.7457, sfmasonic.com


An Evening with Pete Yorn: You and Me Solo Acoustic Tour

March 5

Performing from his album Arranging Time reveals the latest musical stage for the alt-rock-folk player.

Great American Music Hall (SF)

415.885.0750, slimspresents.com 


The Marinfidels

March 8

This cover band will keep you rocking with tunes by the Beatles, the Rolling Stones, Led Zeppelin and more.

Fenix (San Rafael)

415.813.5600, fenixlive.com


Masterworks 3: Legendary

March 9–10

In three works with broad appeal, the Marin Orchestra and Marin Symphony Chorus bring familiar music to life. Hum along to Rossini’s “William Tell Overture,” Debussy’s three Nocturnes and Prokofiev’s cantata Alexander Nevsky while remembering the cultural and political events that inspired them.

Marin Veterans’ Auditorium (San Rafael)

415.473.7000, marincenter.org


Anne-Sophie Mutter

March 10

The Grammy Award–winning violinist partners with pianist Lambert Orkis in a performance that includes violin masterworks from Mozart, Ravel and Debussy.

Davies Symphony Hall (SF)

415.864.6000, sfsymphony.org


Philharmonia Orchestra London

March 15–17

With Esa-Pekka Salonen set to lead the San Francisco Symphony as of January 2020, this performance series can be seen as a preview of what to expect from Salonen’s scheduled Bay Area stay. Works include the world premiere of Dreamers by Peruvian composer Jimmy López, The Firebird by Stravinsky and Salonen’s 2017 Cello Concerto.

Zellerbach Hall (Berkeley)

510.642.9988, calperformances.org


Black Uhuru with special guest Onesty

March 16

Winner of the first-ever Grammy for best reggae album, Black Uhuru was nominated again in 2019 for its album As the World Turns.

Sweetwater Music Hall (Mill Valley)

415.388.3850, sweetwatermusichall.com


Joshua Nelson and the Kosher Gospel Singers

March 16

The king of kosher gospel returns with his one-of-a-kind blend of Jewish religious lyrics layered with the rhythms of American soul and gospel.

Osher Marin JCC (San Rafael)

415.444.8000, marinjcc.org


Chrisitina Mueller

Christina Mueller is a long-time Bay Area food writer. She hails from the East Coast and has spent way too much time in South America and Europe. She discovered her talent as a wordsmith in college and her love of all things epicurean in grad school. She has written for Condé Nast Contract Publishing, Sunset, and the Marin Independent Journal, among others. She volunteers with California State Parks and at her childrens’ schools, and supports the Marin Audubon Society, PEN America, and Planned Parenthood. When she is not drinking wine by a fire, she is known to spend time with her extended family.