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New Music Ensemble Concert

San Francisco Conservatory of Music

San Francisco Conservatory of Music New Music Ensemble Concert

View the New Music Ensemble Concert on SFCM's Site

WHAT'S COOL ABOUT THIS EVENING:

Nicole Paiement, internationally renowned conductor, Artistic Director of Opera Parallèle, and director of SFCM’s New Music Ensemble.
Classical meets electronic in artless beauty in pursuit of theory Op. 1.
Women make music. The evening features compositions by Elena Kats-Chernin, Missy Mazzoli, Moon Young Ha, and Kate Moore.
A piece by Joby Talbot, recently written for BalletBoyz in London, will also be performed.

This concert is extra special: to invite you into the concert halls, select performances during the fall semester (like this one) include special intermission content, including virtual artist meet-and-greets, composer interviews, and mini master-classes with top faculty.

ABOUT SFCM’S NEW MUSIC ENSEMBLE:

SFCM’s New Music Ensemble places students in the classical music of their own time and recent generations. As a member of the ensemble, you’ll perform a variety of works written in the 20th and 21st centuries in concert each year. Personal contact with visiting composers is provided whenever possible to strengthen the bond between performer and composer, a vital aspect of today’s performing landscape today. We also present several concerts and readings of works by student composers each year.

  • Venue: Online
  • Date: Sat November 21, 2020 7:30am
  • City:
  • Email: [email protected]
  • Price Range: free
  • Tickets: 415-503-6275

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Program

Elena Kats-Chernin (b. 1957)

Still life (2001) (viola and piano)

Moon Young Ha (b. 1980)

artless beauty in pursuit of theory Op. 1 (2019) (flute, clarinet, piano, percussion, violin, cello with electronics)

Kate Moore (b. 1979)

Ridgeway (2009) Amplified sextet: BbCl,piano/sampled piano, vib/tubular bell, elec guitar, cello, db

Missy Mazzoli (b. 1980)

Vespers for Violin (2014) For amplified violin with delay and soundtrack

Joby Talbot (b. 1971)

Human Animal (2019) (string quintet, 2 keyboards, 2 percussion & sax)