Keeping in mind the health and safety of our community, all in-person events at C4NM are canceled until further notice. However, our staff is still available by email, and all events are now hosted online. From our blog: Resources for Artists During the COVID-19 Outbreak
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Announcing Ensembles in Residence 2018-19

Center for New Music is thrilled to announce that for the 2018-19 season, we are expanding our Ensemble in Residence program to support two outstanding Bay Area new music ensembles: Mobius Trio and duo B. vs. viDEO sAVant! Congratulations to these two ensembles; we look forward to supporting them and having their creativity in our venue. […]

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Call for Curators 2019-2021

The Center for New Music is now accepting proposals from curators for two-year terms beginning in 2019. Please consider sharing your artistic vision through C4NM! For information on how to apply, download the Call for Proposals. Deadline to submit is November 15, 2018 at 3:00 PM PST. C4NM welcomes proposals from any individual who is interested in serving […]

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Tracking Series #2 Wealth, Equity, and 21st-Century Jazz

Wealth, Equity, and 21st-Century Jazz The economics of being a jazz musician in the San Francisco Bay Area was the topic of a roundtable discussion hosted by the Center for New Music (C4NM) on June 12, 2018 as part of The Tracking Series. Featured representatives were Cory Combs, executive director of InterMusicSF, and musicians Darren Johnston, Lisa Mezzacappa, and Destiny […]

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HUSH: Hans Otte’s Book of Sounds vblog

Curator Julia Ogrydziak and Pianist/C4NM Project Manager D. Riley Nicholson discuss Hans Otte’s Book of Sounds which will be presented at C4NM as part of the HUSH series on July 21st, 2018. HUSH is a series at Center for New Music that explores sound as meditation. Videography by Zach Miley Produced and Edited by D. […]

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Adam Fong: Departing Center for New Music

Following is a letter that co-founder Adam Fong sent to C4NM members this past weekend to announce his resignation. Our team at the Center is sad to see Adam go, and wish all the best in his next steps! Dear C4NM community, This summer, after six years as executive director, I will be resigning from […]

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HUSH: Music as Meditation vblog

Center for New Music Production Manager Riley Nicholson interviews curator Julia Ogrydziak about her “HUSH” Series. HUSH is a series at Center for New Music that explores music as meditation. HUSH: March 25th, 2018 Daniel Corral Polytope April 15th, 2018 Long Tone Choir: Spring May 22-23, 2018 Anka Draugelates Summer 2018 Julia Ogrydziak, Norther Lights […]

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A Discussion with Paul Dresher

Paul Dresher is a multi-talented composer who is uniquely able to weave contemporary classical, pop, minimalist, and South and Southeast Asian musical styles together into his own distinctive personal style. He creates in a myriad of different genres, including experimental theater, contemporary opera, acoustic and electronic chamber music, orchestral compositions, dance scores, and musical instrument […]

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Call for Proposals: Curators 2018-2020

               The Center for New Music is now accepting proposals from curators for two-year terms beginning in 2018. Please consider sharing your artistic vision through C4NM! For information on how to apply, download the Call for Proposals. Deadline to submit is Monday, October 16, 2017 at 9:00 AM PST. C4NM welcomes […]

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