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Our programs connect listeners, musicians, ensembles, and institutions. The Center serves as an incubator, a facilitator, and a catalyst for people and groups working in new music. We connect music people — not only locally, but regionally — so that the entire new music community can work more effectively and creatively.
The Center is pleased to welcome Adam Marks, Julia Ogrydziak, Jim Santi Owen, and Zachary Watkins as new curators in 2016.
The Center will be accepting curator proposals for 2017-19 in fall of 2016.
The Window Gallery is a project of the Center for New Music, curated by David Samas. Located in our storefront window at 55 Taylor Street in San Francisco, the gallery is open to the public Monday through Friday, 9 am – 5 pm, and during performances.
For information, questions, comments or to propose an installation, email David Samas, Gallery Manager.
Over the course of 12 months, the C4NM Ensemble in Residence leverages numerous opportunities and resources to support their long-term success. Through direct engagements with C4NM’s members and community partners, the Ensemble in Residence gains opportunities to explore new ideas, and pursue new avenues in the development of their artistic career.
Applications for the 2017-18 Ensemble in Residence will be open Summer 2017. Learn more about the Ensemble in Residence program.
Got a workshop you’re looking for, or a meetup you’d like to lead? Please contact Adam Fong, Executive Director.
C4NM Consulting provides support in Concert Production, Marketing and Communications, Development, General Administration, and Strategy. Our team can work on an hourly, project, or monthly basis, in order to provide the greatest efficiency possible.
To learn more about Center for New Music Consulting or to schedule a free phone consultation, please contact Adam Fong, Executive Director.
We evaluate our programs, and our contribution to supporting and building the new music community, by measuring the efficiency, growth, integration, and excellence of our community.