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World premieres from Sahba Aminikia, Hawa Kassé Mady Diabaté, & Vân-Ánh Võ; film segments & music from Frank Zappa & the Gullah-Geechee culture of coastal Georgia; & works by George Crumb, Terry Riley, & more.Tickets & details »
Curated by the Fellows of the Civic Orchestra of Chicago following a nationwide call for scores, this program features new music by selected composers Nina Shekhar, Michal Massoud, Kyle Krause, & inti figgis-vizueta.Tickets & details »
5BMF marks a triumphant return to live performance with Terra Nova, a concert-length song cycle composed by the members of Oracle Hysterical & performed in collaboration with Hub New Music.Tickets & details »
Selections from opera & musical theater sung by a quartet of stars from City Opera’s Pride Series, plus a special new arrangement of the finale from Mark Campbell & Iain Bell’s 2019 opera, Stonewall.Tickets & details »
Arrangements of jazz civil rights anthems from John Coltrane & Billie Holiday; an excerpt from Zachary James Watkins’ Peace Be Till; world premieres from Hawa Kassé Mady Diabaté & movement artist Eiko Otake.Tickets & details »
Jennifer Higdon – Zaka
Julia Werntz – “Home” from Songs of Thumbelna
David Biedenbender – “Shell” from Shell and Wing
Paul Novak – prisms and mirrors (world premiere)
Nicholas Bentz – Compressor
Clifton Callender – Chain Reactions
Roger Zare – (Re)Inventions
Jessie Montgomery – Starburst
Alice Coltrane, arr. Tom Cunningham – Prema for harp & strings
Adolphus Hailstork – Tulsa 1921: Pity Theses Ashes, Pity This Dust for mezzo-soprano & chamber orchestra (world premiere)
Trevor Weston – The People Could Fly for violin solo, narrator, & strings
Composer/vocalist Anaïs Maviel returns to Roulette with composer-performer ensemble The Rhythm Method to present the world premiere of listen to the rain.Tickets & details »
Eddy Kwon’s new work, UMMA-YA, draws from traditional Korean & Japanese music to explore queer ancestry & family, the spiritual legacies of colonialism, & transgender Korean shamanic history.Tickets & details »
The Bay Area Chapter of NACUSA presents a concert of works written by its composer members. 5 outstanding Bay Area musicians will perform solo works for piano, clarinet, viola, harp, or percussion.Tickets & details »
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