Sweet Thunder Festival: SFCMP & Friends
Sweet Thunder Fest: Electro-Acoustic From SFCMP
The San Francisco Contemporary Music Players (SFCMP) -- the Bay Area's premier new music ensemble and the creators of the Sweet Thunder Festival -- showcase the best of the past, present and future of electro-acoustic music with the help of some special guests. Local favorite Pamela Z and SFCMP Artistic Director Steven Schick premiere a brand new work, (v)erstählen
, as does composer Ashley Fure (Albatross
). Guitarist David Tanenbaum performs Mario Davidovsky's 1992 Synchronisms No.10
, and the SFCMP takes on seminal works by Edgard Varèse with Poème Electronique
from 1958 and 1954's Déserts
, along with Kaija Saariaho's 1986 piece Io
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The last date listed for Sweet Thunder Festival: SFCMP & Friends was Saturday April 26, 2014 / 7:30pm.
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About the Ticket Supplier: San Francisco Contemporary Music Players
The San Francisco Contemporary Music Players, an ensemble of highly skilled musicians, performs innovative new music of exceptional interest. It attracts and engages audiences through concert events in the San Francisco Bay Area and beyond, and nourishes the creation and dissemination of new work through commissioning, recording, and outreach. Formed in 1971, the San Francisco Contemporary Music Players is a national leader among advocates for contemporary chamber music.