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2023/24 Concert Season: "Expression: Ism"

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Margaret Halbig, piano
Nanette McGuinness, soprano
Abigail Monroe, cello

Guest Artists

Adrienne Anaya, percussion
Ilana Blumberg, violin
Amy Brodo, cello
Taylor Chan, piano
Megan Chartier, cello
Hyunjung Juli Choi, percussion
Haruka Fujii, percussion
Elizabeth Clark Hall, percussion
Jakub Gucik, cello
Lylia Guion, violin
Dawn Harms, violin
Otis Harriel, violin
Chelsea Hollow, coloratura soprano
Doug Machiz, cello
Julie Michael, viola
Mia Nardi-Huffman, violin
Lalita Perez-Acosta, double bass
Natalie Raney, cello
Jennifer Redondas, violin
Laura Reynolds, English horn
Karen Rosenak, piano
Dagenais Smiley, violin
Solanch Sosa, violin
Dalit Hadass Warshaw, piano/composer
Tin Yi Chelsea Wong, piano
Xin Zhao, piano

Emerita Members

Anne Lerner, cello (2016-21)
Adaiha Macadam-Somer, cello (2012-15)
Kristin Pankonin, piano (2007-11)
Dale Tsang, piano (2012-20)


Nanette McGuinness, Artistic Executive Director
Brennan Stokes, Assistant Director
Abigail Monroe, Social Media Assistant
Stephanie M. Neumann, A/V Project Specialist
Laura Huey, Operations Coordinator
Hannah Chen, Intern
Samuel Mason, Intern
Renata Volchinskaya, Intern

Performance Videographer

Mister WA Productions

Advisory Council

David Garner, Senior Artistic Adviser
Elinor Armer
Kathy Barr
Roziht Eve
Alden Jenks
Kurt Rohde
Bill Rudiak
Frederica von Stade
Cynthia Whitehead

Ensemble for These Times is honored to be a fiscally sponsored affiliate of the InterMusic SF, a non-profit organization dedicated to small-ensemble music in the San Francisco Bay Area. E4TT's 2023/24 season is sponsored, in part, by grants from the Ross McKee Foundation and SF Grants for the Arts. E4TT's UPLIFT project, "For Good Measure" podcast and 2023/24 season are supported in part by the California Arts Council, a state agency. Learn more at "Transformations" is supported, in part by the Alice M. Ditson Fund. E4TT's 2023 Call for Scores is a collaboration with Luna Composition Lab. "Expression: Ism" is made possible through the Musical Grant Program, which is administered by InterMusic SF, and supported by the Clarence E. Heller Charitable Foundation, and the Hewlett Foundation; the concert is a collaboration with the San Francisco Conservatory of Music's Technology and Applied Composition Department. E4TT's recording of "Emigres & Exiles in Hollywood" is supported, in part, by grants from the Dennis Schuman Charitable Foundation, the Puffin Foundation, the Ross Mckee Foundation, and the Koret Foundation.

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