Concerts in the South Bay

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Addison Penzak JCC (Los Gatos)

The Addison-Penzak Jewish Community Center hosts musical performances.

Community School of Music and Arts (Mountain View)

They offer a variety of music performances that are free and located in Tateuchi Hall or Mohr Gallery, unless otherwise noted.

Ives Quartet (South Bay Region)

The Ives String Quartet has an annual concert series in the San Francisco Bay Area in addition to performing nationally and internationally.

JJs Blues (Santa Clara)
JJs Blues showcases live performances by blues musicians every night. The Chicago style layout features a full bar and walls adorned with photos of many notable and famous artists who have graced the stage. Winner of Metro magazines Best Blues Club three times, experience the music of the blues in a comfortable, safe and friendly blues dive. The music can get loud, bring earplugs if you are sensitive.
Mountain View Center for the Performing Arts (Mountain View)

Convenient parking is available free of charge in the Mountain View Civic Center garage located directly under the Mountain View Center for the Performing Arts. The entrance to the garage is on Mercy Street. Additional parking is available in the adjacent Bryant Street lot and in the parking structure on the corner of Bryant and California streets.

Oshman Family JCC (Palo Alto)

Celebrate the arts with lively concerts for every musical appetite: classical, rock, folk and more.

San Jose Jazz (San Jose)
This is a calendar of jazz events in the San Jose area.
San Jose Wind Symphony (South Bay Region)

The San Jose Wind Symphony (SJWS) SJWS started in 1958 and performs six to nine concerts a year all over the Bay Area.  Every concert includes contemporary, classical and popular pieces for wind ensemble or symphonic band.

South Bay Guitar Society (San Jose)

The purpose of the South Bay Guitar Society is to promote classical and related guitar music to people of all cultures, ages, abilities and economic means in the South Bay. The Society fulfills its purpose by offering culturally diverse performances and guitar music education to the public, and by providing performance opportunities to professional and amateur musicians. They accomplish their mission by the following programs: Four to five ticketed concerts annually, monthly Open Mic events (Espresso Garden and Cafe, San Jose and Harmony Bakery,Palo Alto) and monthly lectures and recitals and Open Stage events (Santa Clara University).

Stanford Lively Arts (Palo Alto)

They offer classical, chamber and contemporary music including piano, quartet, violinists, rock and roll, jazz, bass, guitarist and singers.

Works art and performance center (San Jose)

Works san jose is a place for the south bay community to experiment, exhibit, and engage. It was founded in 1977 by local artists, this performance center allow artists, curators, and the community to take creative risks.