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Monday, February 3, 2020


Left Coast Chamber Ensemble: French Sublime

Left Coast Chamber Ensemble

7:30 PM @ San Francisco Conservatory of Music

50 Oak Street

Ticket Price: $35

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Left Coast explores the French sublime, earthly and divine, first with music of Lili Boulanger and Claude Debussy, and then Messiaen's Quartet for the End of Time. Written while the composer was in a prisoner-of-war camp, it begins with the sound of an improvising nightingale surrounded by a shimmer of sound and transports us through multiple universes. Completing the program is the World Premiere of One Wing, a new work from Kurt Rohde reflecting Messiaen's enduring influence.







Monday, March 9, 2020


Left Coast Chamber Ensemble: Fairytale Pieces

Left Coast Chamber Ensemble

7:30 PM @ San Francisco Conservatory of Music

50 Oak Street

Ticket Price: $35

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Music illuminates folklore in R. Schumann's Fairytale Pieces for viola and piano, Chris Castro's musical rendition of myths about Coyote and Old Man Farmer, and Carl Schimmel's Ladle Rat Rotten Hut––a topsy turvy Little Red Riding Hood for the 21st Century. Featuring soprano Nikki Einfeld and guest storyteller Susan Strauss.







Monday, June 1, 2020


Left Coast Chamber Ensemble: Living in Color

Left Coast Chamber Ensemble

7:30 PM @ San Francisco Conservatory of Music

50 Oak Street

Ticket Price: $35

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Sarah Gibson's I prefer living in color, the winner of Left Coast's 20th annual composition contest, inspires a dive into music rich with imagery. Gabriella Smith's Anthrozoa depicts the vibrant life among the coral reefs, and Brahms' Violin Sonata in G evokes the rain. Josiah Catalan's companion work to the Brahms, a world premiere, ties together new and old.





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