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San Francisco Symphony

The San Francisco Symphony returns for its annual summer performance at Stern Grove Festival, with Edwin Outwater conducting a special Fourth of July concert featuring pianist Aaron Diehl.  Date & Time: Friday, July 2, 2021 at 9 PM CT | 7 PM PT Sunday, July 4, 2021 at 4 PM CT | 2 PM PT […]

The 2021 Festival The Year of the Festival Artist

This will be a live and in person gathering. Wintergreen Music is happy to announce that they are planning an exciting and safe 2021 Festival, designed to maximize your experience and maximize your safety. From July 7 through August 1, they will welcome musicians, students, and patrons in person (from the mountain top!) and virtually […]

ACF Artist Equity Study Group: Miles Davis: Birth of the Cool

For this month's ACF Artist Equity Study Group, we will take a look at the Netflix documentary, Miles Davis: Birth of the Cool. The film explores the life of the American musical innovator who had a huge international impact, delving into his early work, the impact of American racism, and his ever evolving sound. Date […]

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America/Beautiful: Min Kwon, In the Catacombs

Last year, as America reckoned with the pandemic, racial protests, and political upheaval, pianist Min Kwon looked at her two daughters — whose birthdays fall on Presidents’ Day and the Fourth of July — and asked herself what kind of a country they would grow up in. Out of that reflection came America/Beautiful, a project where […]

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America/Beautiful: Min Kwon, In the Catacombs

Last year, as America reckoned with the pandemic, racial protests, and political upheaval, pianist Min Kwon looked at her two daughters — whose birthdays fall on Presidents’ Day and the Fourth of July — and asked herself what kind of a country they would grow up in. Out of that reflection came America/Beautiful, a project where […]

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America/Beautiful: Min Kwon, In the Catacombs

Last year, as America reckoned with the pandemic, racial protests, and political upheaval, pianist Min Kwon looked at her two daughters — whose birthdays fall on Presidents’ Day and the Fourth of July — and asked herself what kind of a country they would grow up in. Out of that reflection came America/Beautiful, a project where […]

World Premiere of Composer Robert Sirota’s Two Variations on America the Beautiful, Commissioned by Min Kwon for her America/Beautiful Project

On Friday, July 9, 2021 at 5 PM CT | 6 PM ET, pianist Min Kwon will give the world premiere of composer Robert Sirota’s Two Variations on America the Beautiful, presented by Death of Classical’s Angel’s Share series at Green-Wood Cemetery (500 25th St., Brooklyn, NY). Sirota composed these variations – “. . . […]

OUTSIDE VOICES: HALE FARM

The Akron Symphony Orchestra presents its Outside Voices Concert Series at Hale Farm & Village on Friday, July 9, 2021 at 6:30 PM CT | 7:30 PM ET The free concert will feature the Akron Symphony Strings performing works by Clarice Assad (a McKnight Visiting Composer), Julia Perry, Antonín Dvořák and Quinn Mason (a NextNotes […]

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America/Beautiful: Min Kwon, In the Catacombs

Last year, as America reckoned with the pandemic, racial protests, and political upheaval, pianist Min Kwon looked at her two daughters — whose birthdays fall on Presidents’ Day and the Fourth of July — and asked herself what kind of a country they would grow up in. Out of that reflection came America/Beautiful, a project where […]

Distant Voyages: Jeffrey Swann

Folklore, mystery, and the natural world collide in this atmospheric program showcasing masterpieces of the western tradition. From the complex interiority of Schumann’s Sonata in F# minor, Op. 11 to Liszt’s evocative Années de Pèlerinage and Debussy’s shimmering l’isle Joyeuse, renowned pianist Jeffrey Swann takes the listener on a thrilling journey through the inner and […]

Steven Takasugi’s “Sideshow”

The 2021 Twin Cities New Music Festival presents "Sideshow" by Steven Takasugi, under the direction of Perry So. Based on the dark sideshows of Coney Islands amusement parks in the early part of the 20th century, "Sideshow" is a meditation on the virtuosity, freak shows, entertainment, spectacle, business, and the sacrifices one makes to survive […]

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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 […]