Thomas Schultz

Dream, Music for Marcel Duchamp, One, Prelude for Meditation and Etudes Australes XXIII, XXX and XXXII by John Cage; Walking, Walking by Hyo-shin Na; Winnsboro Cotton Mill Blues and Piano Piece No. 4 by Frederic RzewskiPraised by San Francisco Chronicle music critic Joshua Kosman for his “strong, fearless execution,” “depth of feeling,” and “fiery elegance

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An Evening of Copland and Friends

Hailed by Opera News Online for her “exuberant voice and personality,” mezzo-soprano Jennifer Beattie is a versatile and dynamic performer in styles ranging from opera to chamber music and musical theater to cabaret. Ms. Beattie is a sought-after recitalist dedicated to the performance of art song, appearing in concert in NYC at such venues as

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The Pink Triangle Project

The Pink Triangle Project, a multi-national collaboration, will feature the world premiere of a new composition commemorating the homosexual victims of the Holocaust. Written by noted German composer Stefan Heucke, who will also attend the premiere, the work will feature Holocaust scholar and professional oboist Susan Eischeid, pianist Maila Gutierrez-Springfield, and the select mens chorus

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