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San Francisco Contemporary Music Players’ 50th Season

San Francisco Contemporary Music Players' 50th Season Online is in full swing, and at the end of the week, Program 1 will launch with at the CROSSROADS series with the world premiere of Unravel–a new work for solo piano by SF Search for Scores winner Josiah Catalan–alongside Jeff Anderle's brilliant performance of Echoes for clarinet and electronics by Contemporary Players' friend and […]

San Francisco Contemporary Music Players at the CROSSROADS series. PostScript to the Future

This year’s at the CROSSROADS series reflects an ongoing exploration of music that exists in the innovative realms of cross-genre connectivity. The Contemporary Players join their trans-Atlantic compatriots at Ensemble Intercontemporain by co-commissioning a new work from NYC-based composer and multi-instrumentalist Tyshawn Sorey, whose fluency across stylistic streams has distinguished him as one of the most compelling […]

What Do You Hear?

For the cellist Rebecca Merblum, music has never been a standalone art. For her, sound and listening have always had topography. Each is connected to experiences and relationships. And then the pandemic emerged, and Merblum’s relationship to performance and music drastically shifted. So began the “Conversations for Duet with Cello.” Over the past year, Rebecca […]

COINCIDENT: Episode 4 Premiere + Virtual Reception

Zeitgeist presents the premiere of COINCIDENT Episode 4 (approximately 10 minutes), followed by a virtual reception (bring your own refreshments!) with Scott L. Miller and members of Zeitgeist. COINCIDENT is a telematic, multi-episode, audiovisual collaboration between Zeitgeist, composer Scott L. Miller (a McKnight fellow), visual artist Carole Kim, and an evolving list of artists. Each artist performs from […]

Greater Hartford Jazz Festival

The Greater Hartford Festival of Jazz will be back in Bushnell Park this summer after being quieted by COVID last year. The festival, running Friday, July 16, 2021 to Sunday, July 18, 2021 brings back many of the artists slated for the canceled 2020 fest, including Liviu Pop, Kevin Powell, Adam Hawley, Eric Darius, Eric Roberson, […]

Jupiter String Quartet Makes Debut with Chamber Music Northwest

On Saturday, July 3, 2021 at 9:30 PM CT | 7:30 PM PT & Sunday, July 4, 2021 at 6 PM CT | 4 PM PT, Chamber Music Northwest (CMNW) presents a collaboration between the Jupiter String Quartet and East Coast Chamber Orchestra (ECCO), highlighting the quartet in a performance of Jessie Montgomery’s Banner for […]

Hal Leonard Supports the University of Michigan Choral Conducting Symposium

Redesigned for 2021, this choral conducting workshop will be an abbreviated version of the University of Michigan's School of Music, Theatre & Dance (SMTD) Choral Conducting Symposium. Students will participate in daily lessons with SMTD faculty, gain access to daily lessons specific to choral conducting, and gain an introduction to the SMTD Choral Conducting Program. […]

Jupiter String Quartet presented by Bowdoin International Music Festival on Livestream Concert

The Jupiter String Quartet (Nelson Lee and Meg Freivogel, violinists; Liz Freivogel, viola; and Daniel McDonough, cello) returns to the Bowdoin International Music Festival as a faculty ensemble, performing concerts on July 19 and August 2 in Studzinski Recital Hall. The Bowdoin International Music Festival is set to return to Brunswick this summer, gathering world-renowned […]