Steven Machtinger, Attorney; Violist; Independent Mozart Scholar
Monday Night Philosophy returns to the exploration of the philosophical concepts that are encoded into Mozart's chamber music. In this lecture-performance, we will hear how Mozart, through the use of symbolic motifs, touches on themes of judgment and mercy in the Menuetto-Allegretto movement of his String Quintet in G minor, K. 516.
Susie Wyshak, Author, Good Food, Great Business Kathryn Lukas, CEO, Farmhouse Culture Lisa Murphy, Co-founder and Chief Sauce Maker, Sosu Sauces Jill Litwin, Founder and CEO, Peas of Mind Grace Erickson, General Manager, Ocho Candy Elizabeth Ü, Author, Raising Dough: The Complete Guide to Financing a Socially Responsible Food BusinessRead more »
All interested Club members are welcome to attend our bimonthly, one-hour planning meetings of the International Relations Member-Led Forum. We focus on Europe, Latin America, Africa and worldwide topics. Join us to discuss current international issues and plan programs for the New Year.
In The Flamethrowers, Kushner skillfully navigates huge swaths of politics and history, intimately intersecting the vivid lives of her characters with the external reality in which they move.Read more »
Robert Okin, M.D., Chief of Service, San Francisco General Hospital’s Department of Psychiatry; Professor of Clinical Psychiatry, UCSF; Vice Chair, UCSF School of Medicine's Department of PsychiatryRead more »
The Humanities Forum brings Socrates Café to The Commonwealth Club. It will be held every third Wednesday evening for the discussion of philosophical issues. At each monthly meeting the group's facilitator, Bob Enteen, will invite participants to suggest topics, which are then voted on. The person who proposed the most popular topic will briefly explain why she or he considers the subject interesting and important.Read more »