Tag Archives: Phillip Greenlief

Performing at Composers in Curation — History of Meridian in Music, a Fundraiser for the Meridian Gallery, in San Francisco, on June 26, 2014

If you’re in the San Francisco Bay Area, join us for a special, site-specific performance event: Composers in Curation — History of Meridian in Music A Fundraiser for the Meridian Gallery 535 Powell Street, San Francisco, California (Union Square area) Thursday, June 26, 2014, 7:00-10:00 p.m. PDT Benefit tickets are available at the door: $35 [...]

Performing at the 2010 Garden of Memory Walk-Through Performance Event on June 21st

Garden of Memory New Music Bay Area and Lifemark Group Arts present Garden of Memory 2010: a walk-through concert to celebrate the Summer Solstice Monday 21 June from 5 to 9 PM At Chapel of the Chimes, 4499 Piedmont Ave., in Oakland. Admission is $15 general, $10 students and seniors, $5 kids under 12 (kids [...]

Performing the John Cage Song Books for the Morris Graves Exhibition at Meridian Gallery, SF

resonant world: an afternoon of music by John Cage for the exhibit The Visionary Art of Morris Graves Sunday, Apr 18, 2010 3:00 PM – 6:00 PM MERIDIAN GALLERY 535 Powell Street San Francisco, CA 94108 Phone: 415.398.7229 Suggested donation: $10 general; $5 students/seniors. Tickets are available at the door. Featuring the following performances in [...]

Performance on September 24th Features Works by Two Composers from the Cornelius Cardew Choir

One of my favorite groups that I perform with is the Cornelius Cardew Choir (further information below), which encourages members of the group to workshop their own experimental compositions. Rehearsals are often a salon-like atmosphere where someone will bring in a new piece, often composed as a premiere for the choir, and the rest of [...]

More on my Performance in #4 in the Series, Greenlief@50—Five Concerts Celebrating the Saxophonist’s 50th Birthday

As mentioned in my previous post, I’ll be performing tomorrow night, February 17th, in #4 of the series, Greenlief@50—five concerts celebrating the saxophonist’s 50th birthday. That would be none other than Phillip Greenlief (photo above), who is not only a fine saxophonist, but a well-respected composer, music teacher and leader in the Bay Area experimental [...]

I’m Performing in Three Concerts of New Vocal Ensemble Music in February…

The Cornelius Cardew Choir — Winter Performances 2009: Friday 6 Feb., 8 pm, at Temescal Arts Center 511 48th Street, between Shattuck and Telegraph, Oakland, California The CCC performs 3 Choirs, a Soundbank, and a Conductor, by Sarah Rose Stiles The evening includes new music/sound art works by other performers and composers, as well as [...]

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