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    Winds of Change – Friday, September 21 at 8 pm

    An evening of breath-powered music prowess from Bay Area luminaries, international innovators Beth Custer, Cornelius Boots, and Stephen Kent. In solo, duo and trio configurations they will perform original compositions, arrangements, traditional repertoire, and improvisations.

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    Golden Gate Philharmonic Faculty & Friends – Sunday, September 23 at 4 pm

    The distinguished faculty of the Golden Gate Philharmonic, San Francisco’s all-inclusive youth orchestra, is showcased in this not-to-be-missed benefit recital, with new works from Bay Area composers Alden Jenks and Stephen Damonte along with works by Kodaly, Mozart, Cuban danzones, and more.

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    Dyad – Sunday, October 7 at 4 pm

    Dyad is an innovative violin and bassoon duo on a quest to explore uncharted territory with reimagined classics and premieres of new works.

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    Stenberg | Cahill Duo – Friday, October 12 at 8 pm

    Newly formed in 2016, the Stenberg | Cahill Duo is dedicated to promoting the American experimental tradition and expanding it through the commissioning of new work. This concert will include the World Premiere of a work by Canadian composer Aaron Gervais.

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    Ives Collective – Sunday, October 14 at 4 pm

    Inspired by Peter Schickele’s (aka P.D.Q. Bach) long-running radio program Schickele Mix, Ives Collective perform works by Prokofiev, Shostakovich, and Schickele’s Clarinet Quartet.

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    Vinifera Trio – Friday, October 26 at 8 pm

    This special performance of Olivier Messiaen’s wartime classic, Quartet for the End of Time, will include projected visual art and lighting during the performance, a presentation of the story of the creation of this dramatic work in a Nazi prison camp in 1940, and videos and photographs showing Messiaen’s direct use of birdsong, color effects, and Catholic imagery and references in his music.

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    Inara Morgenstern & Victoria Neve – Sunday, October 28 at 4 pm

    Special Hallowe’en extravaganza, featuring George Crumb’s Eine Kleine Mitternachtmusik along with a seasonal mix of scary pieces for four hands by Gounod, Reineke, Dukas, Schumann, Alfredo Casella, and Toby Twining—with a little extra eeriness from a toy piano!

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    Persephone Chamber Ensemble – Sunday, November 4 at 4 pm

    The World Premiere of Elinor Armer’s romantic new song cycle Nocturnes, plus works by Brahms, performed by an intergenerational women’s ensemble dedicated to programming contemporary music with traditional vocal and instrumental chamber music.

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    Strobe – Friday, November 9 at 8 pm

    Featuring the San Francisco Premiere of Vincent Russo’s revised Visions and Visitations, written for the ensemble, alongside other new and traditional works for their unusual instrumentation.

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    Ali Paris – Sunday, November 11 at 4 pm

    Acclaimed vocalist and qanunist Ali Paris returns with a thrilling program of Flamenco music, from North Africa to Andalusia and back.

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    The Mont Alto Motion Picture Orchestra- Friday, November 30 at 8 pm

    In this concert, Mont Alto will focus on the artistry, emotion, and breadth of the “photoplay music” repertoire, and will introduce long-neglected composers–including Henry Hadley, the first conductor of the San Francisco Symphony.

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