San Francisco
Calvary Presbyterian Church
2515 Fillmore Street
San Francisco, CA 94115
United States of America

Club member Rick Harrell created Heroes’ Voices in 2013 to provide veterans with the healing power of music. Heroes’ Voices has served thousands of veterans in Northern California and across the country. Working with veterans may seem like an unusual choice for Rick, who has enjoyed a life-long career in classical music. By way of explanation, Rick will share the story of his varied career in story and song in a special performance that celebrates the tenth anniversary of service provided by Heroes' Voices.

On Sunday afternoon, March 26, 2023, Rick will perform a cabaret-style concert featuring important musical moments in his career, from student days to the stages of the Kennedy Center in Washington, Lincoln Center in New York, La Scala Milan, and recordings with Leonard Bernstein. He will also share a wide range of traditional and folk music, a vital part of Rick’s musical life that has provided a powerful connection with veterans. Rick will also premiere a few recent folk compositions of his own. The performance will feature veteran musicians and poets whose lives had been touched by Heroes’ Voices, as well as Heroes’ Voices guitar teacher Larry Chung, and pianist Jefferson Packer.

Come join us on March 26 at 2 PM in the Chapel of Calvary Presbyterian Church at Fillmore and Jackson Streets in San Francisco.

Special Offers for Rotarians

  • Rotary Tickets include special seating and entry to a post-performance reception with the artists for $25. These tickets, which are the same as $100 VIP tickets offered to the public, are available only to Rotarians. Rotary Tickets available here.
  • Volunteer Opportunities offer Rotarians free admission in return for helping make the event a success.

Four free tickets available to volunteers who sign up by March 15, first come, first served:

  • Two people to help set up and tear down the reception: carrying cases of wine and food up and down a flight of stairs, opening bottles, setting out food and drink. Arrive at 1:15 PM, stay 30 minutes after the reception ends to help with clean-up and teardown.
  • Two people to serve as greeters/ushers: Check people as they arrive against list of who has paid, sell last-minute tickets, answer questions about the venue. Help clean up and tear down the reception room. Arrive at 1:30 PM, stay 30 minutes after the reception ends to help with clean-up and teardown.

Volunteer here.

Tickets for the General Public

For the public, the suggested donation is $25, but all are welcome to attend. All proceeds go to Heroes’ Voices, a non-profit organization. VIP tickets, $100 each, include special seating and an intimate “Meet the Artists” reception after the performance. Tickets for the general public available here.