See EBMS Jazz Live at Yoshi’s with Westlake Middle School April 30th, 6:30pm and 8pm. Buy Tickets today!
Great Music! Great Community! Great Tacos! (What more do you need?) Saturday, March 3rd, 2-5pm Brewer Courtyard $15 adults / $5 students Performers and children 5 and under FREE.
Please join us for our sixth annual Orchestra Benefit Concert benefiting Edna Brewer’s award-winning music program and PTSA.This year the music of Broadway will be featured! Wednesday, February 7TH, 7pm Oakland High School: 1023 MacArthur Blvd Tickets $15 For tickets, Continue Reading
Guitar class is BACK! There will be more focus on electric guitar and bass this semester. The new teacher is Lillie Robinson. Students can come by the Panther Playhouse to one of the classes on Wednesday, Jan 24 at 2pm Continue Reading
It’s Winter Concert Time! We have been hard at work in Brewer music classes preparing for our upcoming evenings of music by our Concert Bands, String Orchestras, Chorus, and the Jazz, Orff World Music, and Steel Drum Ensembles. Please plan Continue Reading
Benefit Reception for the Brewer Music Program (September 28th). Enjoy nibbles with special guest Michael Morgan of the Oakland Symphony (and our wonderful music teachers) at Ultimate Grounds with fine wines provided by Bellanico Restaurant and Wine Bar. Performances by Continue Reading
Free steel drum class for Brewer students! Any student can join. Contact Mr. Pitt-Smith or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Monday, September 25th The Oakland Honor Band will be playing the National Anthem at the beginning of the A’s game against the Seattle Mariners. Student performers will be from Brewer, Bret Harte, Westlake, Frick, Montera, Oakland Tech and Skyline. Continue Reading
See alumni and current students performing solo and in small groups. Always a great show. 6:30 pm in the Playhouse on June 1st. Here’s a performance from 2015
Tickets are now on sale for the Spring Swing Jazz at Geoffrey’s Inner Circle ! Thursday, April 27th, 8:00pm. Tickets are $20. It’s a huge show we have planned, and what better place to host it than a fine jazz Continue Reading