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APRIL
6
2019

Saturday, April 6, 2019, 7:30 p.m., San Francisco

The Film Noir Project
Osher Hall, SFCM, 50 Oak St., San Francsico
Live Stream


Four commissioned world premieres: "Elegy for David Raksin" by E4TT's David Garner (for solo cello), "Duo" (working title) by SF Conservatory composer Lennie Moore, "Indigo" by Kronos Fifty-for-the-Future composer Aleksandra Vrebalov (solo piano), and "Waltz-noir" by E4TT Call for Scores composer Polina Nazaykinskaya (cello and piano).

Also the world premiere of "Watching" by Charlie Sehres, winner of the "Best Sound Track for a Film Noir Clip Student Competition.

Plus "Noir Vignettes" for cello and piano by 2019 American Academy of Arts and Letters award winner Stacy Garrop, "the great famine" by E4TT Call-for-Scores composer Justin Merritt and songs by David Garner from E4TT's award-winning CD, Surviving: Women's Words.

Noir-inspired visual images by the Digital Giraffe (Corinne Whitaker), Vrebalov and 20th century masters; Waltz-noir video created for the Film Noir Project by Emma Kazaryan.

A Co-production with MaryClare Brzytwa and SFCM Technology and Applied Composition

Due to overwhelming demand, the concert will be available via live streaming.

Garner and Brzytwa will speak, with a special surprise guest appearance.

McGuinness, Lerner-Wright, and Tsang

Admission FREE: Reservations and information

A special musical preview at Just Say No(ir)!, the Mechanics' Institute CinemaLit Film Series, Friday, March 29, 6 p.m., 57 Post St, SF.


June
5
2019

Wednesday, June 5, 2019, 12 p.m. Mill Valley

Music for Spain (from The "Guernica" Project)
Throckmorton Concerts, 142 Throckmorton, Mill Valley

Selections from E4TT's exciting call-and-response 2017 program, "The Guernica Project," featuring works by Call for Scores composer Jeffrey Hoover, and Spanish composer Mercedes Zavala as well as by E4TT's award-winning composer, David Garner PLUS "Four Last Songs" by Isaac Albeniz (1860-1909) and selected songs from "Siete canciones populares espanoles" by Manuel de Falla (1876-1946).


McGuinness, Lerner-Wright, and guest pianist Karen Rosenak

Admission: FREE

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