Voices of Music 2022–23 Season

III. Metamorphosis: a collaboration with Balam Dance Theatre

Director Carlos Fittante returns for a program of baroque music and a new composition by Hanneke van Proosdij and pipa virtuoso Yihan Chen.
Join us for a fabulous evening with music and dance from the baroque, as well as Chinese music and a world premiere of Wu Song and the Tiger composed by Hanneke van Proosdij and Yihan Chen with new choreography by Kaili Chen and Carlos Fittante. This new work features dancers Kaili Chen as Wu Song, Carlos Fittante as the bartender and the tiger, Robin Gilbert as Goddess of the Lake, pipa player Yihan Chen, as well as the musicians of Voices of Music.

Wu Song is a legendary hero from the 13th century and this tale addresses the conflict between human and wildlife sharing the same habitat. We are bringing this story adapted in fusion style drawing on Chinese, Balinese and European cultures.

March 30 Palo Alto 7pm
Oshman Family JCC
3921 Fabian Way, Palo Alto, CA 94303

April 1 San Francisco 8pm
St. Mark's Lutheran Church
1111 O'Farrell St, San Francisco

April 2 Berkeley 7:30pm
First Congregational Church, Berkeley (First Church UCC)
2345 Channing Way, Berkeley

Buy Tickets

Adult: $155
Senior/SFEMS/EMA/ARS $140

Single Tickets

 Adult: $58
Senior/SFEMS/EMA/ARS $53
Full Time Students: $5 (Please show valid Student ID)

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Voices of Music COVID-19 Protocols and FAQs

Safety First.

The COVID-19 safety requirements for attending performances in our 2022/23 season are currently as follows:

  • Masks are required.

  • N95, KN95, KF94, or FFP2 masks are recommended, although cloth and surgical masks are also permitted. 

  • All patrons must show proof of full vaccination (electronic, photo, or paper copy).

• Unfortunately, we must insist that if you arrive with no mask and/or no proof of vaccination, you will not be able to attend the concert. There will be no refunds for patrons who are denied admission because of failure to comply with these policies.

Before you arrive, please ask yourself the following questions (adapted from the City and County of San Francisco health guidelines):

• Do you currently have, or have had in the past 24 hours, any one of the following symptoms which is new or not explained by another reason: fever at or above 100.4°F (38°C), chills, cough, shortness of breath, difficulty breathing, sore throat, unusual weakness or fatigue, loss of smell or taste, muscle aches, headache, runny nose different from your allergies, nausea, vomiting, or diarrhea?

• Have you had a Covid-19 “close contact” that would require you to quarantine?

• Within the past ten days, have you been diagnosed or tested positive for Covid-19?


By entering our venues, you acknowledge that you have reviewed and answered “no” to all these questions. Thank you for doing your part to keep us all safe!