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Thursday, July 30, 2009
Even Sweeter Music
The return of pianist Sarah Cahill's A Sweeter Music commissioning project, this time at Old First Concerts, 1751 Sacramento (at Van Ness), San Francisco, CA. July 31, 8 p.m.
That's tomorrow, you know. Be there, or be square. If you're there, you get to hear a couple of my favorites from the program she performed earlier this year at Hertz Hall and several works not yet performed or not yet performed in CA:
Meredith Monk- excerpt from Steppe Music Frederic Rzewski- Peace Dances Phil Kline- The Long Winter (California premiere) Jerome Kitzke- There Is a Field Peter Garland- from After the Wars (premiere) Kyle Gann- War is Just a Racket (California premiere) Michael Byron- Devotion to Peace Terry Riley- Be Kind to One Another