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Sat Mar 25, 2017 7:30 PM

Re:Ignite – Helia Music Collective & Siroko Duo

$15 General, $10 Members, Students, Seniors
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Curator: Emma Logan
Helia Music Collective and Siroko Duo present a program of contemporary music by women composers for two flutes. More Info
Tue May 2, 2017 8 PM

Inbal Segev: Cello & Electronics by Women Composers Featuring Music by Anna Clyne, Missy Mazzoli, Gity Razaz, & Augusta Read Thomas

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Curator: Emma Logan
New York-based cellist Inbal Segev, known for her "glowing, burnished tone" (The Washington Post) will perform a concert celebrating music for solo cello by women composers, including works by Anna Clyne, Augusta Read Thomas, Missy Mazzoli, and the West Coast premiere of a concerto for cello and electronics written for Segev by Gity Razaz called Legend of Sigh. Before Segev’s performance of Legend of Sigh, Donato Cabrera, Music Director of the California Symphony and Las Vegas Philharmonic, will read the Azerbaijani folktale on which the piece is based. Segev is in California to perform the world premiere of composer Dan Visconti's cello concerto written for her, Tangle Eye, with the California Symphony on Sunday, May 7. Equally committed to new repertoire and masterworks, Segev brings interpretations that are both unreservedly natural and insightful to the vast range of music she performs. More Info
Sat Jun 24, 2017 8 PM

Secret Codes of Sound: Jane Rigler, flute & electronics

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Curator: Emma Logan
Exploring the complexities of language (i.e., rational, irrational, conscious, subconscious, structured, improvised), through speech, the voice, the physical and gestural, as well as the mysteries of codes, programming, animal, machine and other non-being languages, composer/performer Jane Rigler explores acoustic and electronic interactions of sounds as languages and languages as sounds. More Info
Sat Aug 26, 2017 8 PM

Alone/Not Alone #1 – Marian Yang, violin and electronics

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Curator: Emma Logan
“Alone/Not Alone”, a concert series by curator Emma Logan, explores the performer’s role in a sonic world created between acoustic and electronic elements. Part one of the series features the talented Bay Area violinist Marian Yang, performing works for violin and electronics by living women composers. More Info
Fri Oct 6, 2017 8 PM

A Woman’s Point of View – An Evening of Art Song with Winnie Nieh and Paul Dab

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Curator: Emma Logan
Experience love, loss, struggle, strength and Mother Nature with soprano Winnie Nieh and pianist Paul Dab. Featuring distinguished female composers Clara Schumann, Libby Larsen, Emma Logan, Julie Barwick and Rita Zhang, this program is sure to delight! More Info
Sun Oct 15, 2017 2 PM

Aki Tsuyuko and Ippei Matsui – Piano, Electronics, & Projected Live Drawing

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Curator: Emma Logan
Piano and electronic keyboard performance between composition and experimental improvisation, accompanied by projected live drawing, featuring composer/pianist Aki Tsuyuko and visual artist Ippei Matsui. More Info
Sat Nov 11, 2017 8 PM

Alone/Not Alone #2 – Jessie Nucho, flute & Anne Rainwater, piano

$15 General, $10 Members, Students
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Curator: Emma Logan
Jessie Nucho and Anne Rainwater present the second part of Emma Logan's "Alone/Not Alone" series, featuring music for flute, piano, and electronics by living women composers. More Info
Sat Mar 10, 2018 8 PM

Elevate Ensemble Presents: Old Girls Club

$35 General, $25 Early Bird, $20 Members, Students
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Curator: Emma Logan
Elevate Ensemble is excited to present an all-female program, featuring music by a handful of the many innovative women composers who deserve to be heard more broadly. Featured composers include Canadian Ana Sokolović, Americans Edie Hill and Jocelyn Hagen, and several others, presented in conjunction with curator Emma Logan at the Center for New Music. More Info