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OTHER MINDS FESTIVAL 15
Charles Amirkhanian, Artistic Director

Kanbar Hall, San Francisco Jewish Community Center, 3200 California Street, San Francisco

Tickets are available from the JCCSF box office. For a festival pass (all three concerts) go here.

Thursday, March 4, 2010
7:00 pm Panel Discussion, 8:00 pm Concert, Kanbar Hall, JCCSF

Jürg Frey:
Streichquartett II
(1998-2000)                           
Quatuor Bozzini

Chou Wen-chung:
Twilight Colors (2007)
Left Coast Chamber Ensemble
The Willows Are New (1957)
Eva-Maria Zimmermann, piano

Lisa Bielawa:
Kafka Songs
(2001-03)  
Carla Kihlstedt, voice & violin
 

Friday, March 5, 2010
7:00 pm Panel Discussion, 8:00 pm Concert, Kanbar Hall, JCCSF

Natasha Barrett:
Mobilis in Mobili (2006)
pre-recorded media    
Kernel Expansion (2009)
laptop & pre-recorded media               

Kidd Jordan:
Father, Son and Holy Ghost (2010, world premiere)   
A Ballad for Trane (1967)                                     
Kidd Jordan, saxophone, with William Parker, bass; Warren Smith, percussion

Paweł Mykietyn:
String Quartet No. 2 (2006)
Del Sol String Quartet
Epiphora for piano and tape (1996)
Eva-Maria Zimmermann, piano

 

Saturday, March 6, 2010
7:00 pm Panel Discussion, 8:00 pm Concert, Kanbar Hall, JCCSF

Gyan Riley:
When Heron Sings Blue (2010)                   
Gyan Riley Trio: Riley, guitar; Timb Harris, violin/viola; Scott Amendola, percussion; plus special guest Michael Manring, electric bass
WORLD PREMIERE
, commissioned by Other Minds

Tom Johnson:
Combinations
(2003)
Quatuor Bozzini
Eggs and Baskets (1987)
Clemens Merkel, violin; Stephanie Bozzini, viola; Johnson, narrator

Carla Kihlstedt:
Pandæmonium
(2010)

ROVA Saxophone Quartet; Matthias Bossi & Joan Mankin, readers
WORLD PREMIERE, commissioned by Rova Arts