PRESIDIO SESSIONS
Destiny Muhammad
Musical Art Quintet
Ensemble for These Times
Telegraph Quartet
David James’s GPS
Paul Dresher Ensemble
Myra Melford
Circadian String Quartet
Diana Gameros Trio
Lisa Mezzacappa’s avantNOIR
Stenberg | Cahill Duo
Jon Jangtet
Sylvestris Quartet
Mario Guarneri’s tbd_a quartet
Ila Cantor’s Encanto
Kasey Knudsen Sextet
Vajra Voices
Redwood Tango Ensemble
Rova Saxophone Quartet
Amaranth Quartet
A/B Duo
Strobe
Ensemble in Residence
Baumer Quartet
VNote Ensemble
Sunset Duo
Ben Goldberg: Invisible Guy
Black Cedar Trio
After Everything
Pasados Del Presidio
SFMUSIC DAY

After Everything

Friday, September 16, 2016

6:00pm - 7:30pm

 

 

 

 

 

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As a rare ensemble dedicated to music for flute, cello, and guitar, Black Cedar creates, discovers, and re-imagines works for this combination for the widest range of audiences possible. With a debut album set for release in May 2016, the trio’s recent awards include a grant from the Zellerbach Family Foundation for a free public concert of their commissions at the San Francisco Public Library in June 2016, and an invitation to premiere their 2016 commission, Mark Fish’ “The Devil Inside,” at the National Flute Association’s 2016 Convention in August. Black Cedar commissioned “Miscellaneous Music” in 2015 by Bay Area composer Durwynne Hsieh, and – with a grant from the San Francisco Friends of Chamber Music – “Of Emblems” in 2014 by San Francisco’s Garrett Shatzer. Also in 2014, the Bay Area’s David Smith gifted Black Cedar with an adaptation of his “At A Busy Intersection” (2013), transforming it especially for Black Cedar’s unique sonorities. Other rarely-heard works uncovered by black Cedar include Cambodian composer Chinary Ung’s “Luminous Spirals” (1997), American composer Nathan Kolosko’s “Hungarian Trio” (2012), and New Zealand composer Ross Carey’s “Te Whanganui-a-Tara” (1994). In less than three years of existence Black Cedar has performed approximately 35 public concerts, with appearances at the Center for New Music in San Francisco, San Jose State University, the Santa Cruz Chamber Players, the San Mateo Public Library, the Subterranean Arthouse in Berkeley; San Francisco’s Noontime Concerts, the Davis Art Center, the Berkeley Arts Festival, the Rengstorff Art and Music Festival in Mountain View, the Bing Concert Series at Stanford, Classical Revolution in Oakland and San Francisco, and the Foothill Community Concert Series in San Jose. They have performed live on KALW 91.7 FM in San Francisco, KKUP 91.5 FM in San Jose, and KWMR 90.5 FM in Marin County.

 

 

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