Sarah Cahill

Nationally acclaimed new music pianist, Sarah Cahill (an ACF Champions of New Music), returns to the Sri Moonshine Music Series. Performing compositions by Terry Riley on his own Kingsbury upright piano and work by Elisabeth Jacquet de la Guerra, Margaret Bonds, Emahoy Tsegue-Maryam Guebrou, and Meredith Monk in a concert at the Camptonville Community Center. […]

TUES@7: Being & Becoming – Emanations

Being & Becoming was formed in 2017 by composer and trumpet player Peter Evans. The name of the band, drawn from the writing of Sufi writer and musician Inyat Khan, reflects the group's commitment to the challenge of spontaneous creativity. Evans' compositions for the band draw from a wide variety of sources, traditional and experimental, […]

Sprig of That w/ Anthony Ihrig at Icehouse

Sprig of That performs with Anthony Ihrig at Icehouse in Minneapolis tonight. Date & Time: Wednesday, June 30, 2021 at 7:30 PM CT Get tickets here.

Civic Orchestra of Minneapolis Woodwind Concert

Carol Barnett BA, 1972; MA, 1976 (a charter member of ACF) has spent her storied career contributing new compositions to the local music scene while living in the Twin Cities community. This summer, a local quintet featuring Civic Orchestra of Minneapolis musicians, including School of Music alumna and Student Services Specialist Rachel Hest (BM, flute […]


On Thursday, July 1, 2021 at 9 PM CT | 7 PM PT, LACO travels to The Huntington in San Marino, to give the first live performance in Rothenberg Hall since it, too, was temporarily shut down due to the pandemic. The centerpiece of the program is the original 1915 version of de Falla’s extraordinary sung ballet El […]


LACO travels to The Huntington in San Marino, to give the first live performance in Rothenberg Hall since it, too, was temporarily shut down due to the pandemic. The centerpiece of the program is the original 1915 version of de Falla’s extraordinary sung ballet El amor brujo conducted by Martín and featuring celebrated mezzo soprano, LA’s own Suzanna Guzmán. Martín also leads Debussy’s iconic […]


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 […]


Celebrating diversity in song, this recital co-curated by mezzo-soprano Ronnita Miller (Merola ‘05) and tenor Nicholas Phan will explore the many things our hearts desire. Featuring compositions by women and people of color, the program will include selections about romantic desire, physical desire, and the longing for home, for rest, for peace, and for a better world performed by […]

Fort Worth Symphony celebrates 245 years of America in Fourth of July concert

The one-night-only performance will feature more than 60 minutes of music performed by the FWSO, soprano Latonia Moore, bass Morris Robinson, and will feature works by leading Black and Latin American composers, including Kevin Day, Adolphus Hailstork (a BandQuest composer), and Jimmy Lopez. Miguel Harth-Bedoya will conduct this celebration of the best America has to […]

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 […]


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 […]