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Cornelius Cardew Choir Performs at the 9th Annual Outsound New Music Summit on July 23, 2010

On Friday, July 23rd, I’ll be performing with the Cornelius Cardew Choir at the 9th Annual Outsound New Music Summit, which is being presented at the Community Music Center, at 544 Capp Street (between 20th and 21st Streets), in San Francisco. (Please see other details below.) The Cornelius Cardew Choir will be sharing the program, [...]

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 [...]

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 [...]

I’m Performing with the Cornelius Cardew Choir at the San Francisco Public Library on May 17th…

On Sunday, May 17th, from 2:00-4:00 p.m., the Cornelius Cardew Choir will present new music choral works at the Koret Auditorium of the San Francisco Public Library, Main Branch, at 100 Larkin St. (at Grove) in San Francisco, as part of the library’s music series. The choir engages audiences and each other with surprising vocal sounds [...]

Abundant Sound Gardens—Art Exhibit and Performance at Meridian Gallery, on May 13th

Photo of Stuart Dempster, composer and musician Meridian Gallery and Meridian Music: Composers in Performance present Abundant Sound Gardens, a joint commemorative concert and exhibition, presented by Stuart Dempster and Suiren, a.k.a. Renko Ishida Dempster, in memory of musician/composer Toyoji Tomita, whose generous volunteering of his time and knowledge made Meridian’s move into 535 Powell [...]

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