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What: Calling our community of students, alumni, faculty, supporters, and guest artists! Field Day is CMC’s second annual open house and performathon, raising money for scholarships, and celebrating our beloved institution and the visionary founder behind it, Gertrude Field.
 
When: Sunday, March 18 from 11:00 am to 5:00 pm
 
Who: CMC’s community of students, alumni, faculty, board members, and supporters.
 
What: Field Day is CMC's second annual open house and performathon. Fundraising proceeds support tuition assistance at CMC!
 
Need a little inspiration? Check out highlights from last year's inaugural event.  

Registration closes: February 20, 2018

 


Schedule of Events: 
In the Concert Hall:
11:00am-5:00 pm – CMC’s second annual Performathon

Check back for performance highlights and an open house schedule

 
Need music?
Our event sponsors at Sheet Music Plus are offering the CMC community a 10% discount off sheet music.

REDEEM: Go to https://www.sheetmusicplus.com/
CODE: WELCOMESFCMC
EXP: 3/18/18
Thank you to Sheet Music Plus for this generous discount!


 

Prizes

Check back to see this year's great fundraising prizes!

$50+
$5 gift certificate to Sheet Music Plus
$100+
$10 gift certificate to Sheet Music Plus and a CMC water bottle
$200+
$15 gift certificate to Sheet Music Plus and a CMC tote bag
$500+
$20 gift certificate to Sheet Music Plus and a CMC travel mug
$1,000+
$25 gift certificate to Sheet Music Plus and a group class at CMC

Grand Prizes:

  • The top fundraiser will win an iPad Air.
  • The fundraiser with the most donors will win a pizza party for 20 at CMC.



Check for event updates on www.sfcmc.org
 

In 1921, Gertrude Field founded Community Music Center with one mission: music for everyone. Many things have changed since then, but our mission hasn’t. Today, people of all ages and backgrounds study music at CMC. During the 2016-2017 school year, we served over 2,600 students and awarded nearly $2M in tuition assistance.