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San Francisco Composers Chamber Orchestra – May 9, 2015

John Beeman Ishi EmergesMichael Cooke for n in reversed(range (1,4)): play (n) pause (n)Sheli Nan La Tierra – Cancion de AmorMark Alburger Portraits of ___ (Some Multiple of 3) WomenJan Pusina Fantasy for Harp and OrchestraDavide Verotta Quasi ConcertanteThe fox in Antoine de Saint-Exuperys The Little Prince was right: “It is only with the heart that one can see rightly; what is essential is invisible …” Join the San Francisco Composers Chamber Orchestra for “Legacy of the Invisible”: a meditation on beauties and excitements of the ethereal, including the vanished Native Californians of John Beemans Ishi Emerges, deep computer-music science in Michael Cooke‘s for n in reversed(range (1,4)): play (n) pause (n), a multitude of multicultural manifestations via Sheli Nans La Tierra – Cancion de Amor, and artworks turned to aural artifacts by Mark Alburger‘s Portraits of ___ (Some Multiple of 3) Women, after Arizona artist Roland March. Other concerted efforts include the articulated arpeggiated adventures of Jan Pusinas Fantasy for Harp and Orchestra, plus Davide Verotta‘s irresistibly intangible Quasi Concertante. For more information please visit

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