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O…What an Awakening!

May 30, 2012 Comments off
Wild Rumpus presents Wild Rumpus Spring Concert, June 08 2012
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Wild Rumpus presents

Wild Rumpus Spring Concert
Fri, June 8, 8pm
$15 / $10 Students, Seniors

Wild Rumpus is a new music collective dedicated to the collaborative development of new works by emerging composers. The Spring Concert will feature world premieres of works by Nomi Epstein, Florent Ghys, Jenny Olivia Johnson, Dan VanHassel, and Yao Chen. By creating a space for experimentation, risktaking, and dialogue, we hope to be challenged and excited by the music we make, and to support the artistic/technical growth of the composers who work with us. Our first season includes thirteen world premieres of music commissioned for us.

Jenny Olivia Johnson: “reflect reflect respond respond”
Nomi Epstein: “Pillars and Glisses”
Yao Chen: “O…What an Awakening”
Florent Ghys: “Homage to Baligh Hamdi”
Dan VanHassel: “Revealing, Unraveling”

TICKETS
$15 / $10 Students, Seniors
Buy Online Now! or
Call 415-863-9834
Box Office: Wed-Sat 12-6pm

LOCATION
ODC Theater
3153 17th Street
San Francisco CA 94110

The Wild Rumpus Commissioning Project is made possible by the fiscal sponsorship of San Francisco Friends of Chamber Music, with funding provided by Subito, a quick advancement grant program of the San Francisco Bay Area Chapter of the American Composers Forum.

Yearning/婵娟

May 24, 2012 Comments off

performed by Yu-Chen Wang and Henry Chen

Sotto Voce performance by The Locrian Chamber Players Perform at Riverside Church, NYC

May 24, 2012 Comments off

Thursday, May 31, 2012

 

The Locrian Chamber Players

The Locrian Chamber Players, an ensemble dedicated exclusively to the performance of works less than ten years old, present a concert featuring

Judith Weir’s Piano Trio 2.

Russell Platt’s Duo (for violin and cello)

Ned Rorem’s Lullaby (for two violins and piano)

The New York premiere of Yao Chen’s Sotto Voce (for flute and piano)

Jason Freeman’s Etudes (for solo piano)

Gently, Like the Trickling of Melted Snow (for string quartet) by Rita Ueda

Prestissimo (for string quartet) by David Macdonald.

The performers are: Calvin Wiersma and Conrad Harris, violin; Dan Panner, viola; Greg Hesselink, cello; Diva Goodfriend-Koven, flute; and Jonathan Faiman, piano.

The concert is FREE and tickets are not required.

Venues:

May 31, 8pm
10th floor performance space
Riverside Church

More Information: The Locrian Chamber Players

May 4, 2012 Comments off

Quintet Sfumato  is featured at  Queens New Music Festival from May 10-13 at the Little Secret Theatre (Studio 104, 44-02 23rd Street, Long Island City, Queens). This trailblazing festival seeks to highlight and promote composers, musicians, and ensembles living and creating new music in the borough of Queens.

Info:

Saturday, May 12, 5 pm;

The Cosmos – Nature and Spirit: Quintet of the Americas

The program also features wind quintets: The Stuff of Comets by Dylan Glatthorn, Winter Music by Adam Shoenberg, Sfumato by Yao Chen, Mo Suo’s Burial Ceremony by Xinyan Li, and Short Winds by Sean Friar.