September

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    Lynn Schugren – Sunday, September 9 at 4 pm

    Pianist Lynn Schugren will explore the eclectic American style with four major works for piano solo, including the San Francisco premiere of Mark Vance’s Points in Time.

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    Winnie Nieh with Paul Dab – Sunday, September 16 at 4 pm

    Take refuge on the road to madness! Join soprano Winnie Nieh and pianist Paul Dab for a program on joy, seduction, love, loss and madness, featuring works by Purcell, Strauss, Ravel, the West Coast premiere of Richard Aldag’s Five Songs for Voice & Piano, and the world premiere (with piano) of Richard Festinger’s Love Wanders There and Winds of May.

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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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    Jihye Chang – Friday, September 28 at 8 pm

    Pianist Jihye Chang presents the third chapter of her five-year solo piano project, Continuum 88, which began in 2016, spanning performances in Korea, Taiwan, and across the US, with a program of works by Mozart, Schumann, Chopin and Czerny alongside new works written for this project by Seungyon Kim, Peter Krame, and Shinuh Lee.

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    Book of J – Sunday, September 30 at 4 pm

    Book of J sing from the traditional canon of Sukkot, the Jewish autumn festival honoring labor, celebrating migration, welcoming our beloved dead to feast with us, and praying for sweet rain.