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Sergio & Clarice Assad | Omni Series Review

Clarice and Sergio Assad Return to SF | by Stephen Smoliar

Last night at St. Mark’s Lutheran Church, the Omni Foundation for the Performing Arts Dynamite Guitars season presented a duo performance by guitarist Sérgio Assad and his daughter Clarice, vocalist, pianist, and composer. Both of these performers figured significantly when I was working on the early stages of refining my writing skills. Sérgio was on the Guitar Faculty at the San Francisco Conservatory of Music, and Clarice was bringing her scores to several performing arts organizations in San Francisco, including a productive relationship with Nadja Salerno-Sonnenberg when she was Music Director of the New Century Chamber Orchestra.

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Clarice Assad and Sergio Assad

Sergio & Clarice Assad | Omni Series Review

Clarice Assad and Sergio Assad

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