Luigi Nono: Hay Que Caminar Soñando By Adam Fong

In addition to three world premieres, the third concert of Project TenFourteen on February 22 will feature Luigi Nono’s searching violin duet Hay Que Caminar Soñando with guest violinist Gabriela Diaz alongside SFCMP’s Hrabba Altadottir. More info and tickets

February Nono

Meet composer Laurie San Martin By Adam Fong

Read about Laurie San Martin and her new work, which will be premiered on February 22 as part of Project TenFourteen; we turn in the night in the circle of fire features two violin soloists. Read more…

Laurie San Martin

Zetsu by Ken Ueno By Adam Fong

Attend the premiere of Ken Ueno’s new work Zetsu on February 22, as part of the third Project TenFourteen concert. More info and tickets…!

February Ueno

#SFCMPDrumming! January 31 By SFCMP

Get your tickets NOW for our exciting Steve Reich Drumming concert on January 31! Bay Area soprano Ann Moss joins us as special guest. #SFCMPDrumming

December Reich

November 16 Project TenFourteen Streaming By SFCMP

Listen to new works from Elena Ruehr, Gabriela Ortiz, and George Crumb on our website!

December Best Moment      

Coming Soon

Steve Reich Drumming

February 22, 2015

Project TenFourteen – San Martin, Ueno, Berio, Nono

March 29, 2015

Project Ten Fourteen – Nakano, Liang, Crumb, Wen-Chung, Varese

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About SFCMP

Forty-four seasons of new music. Nearly 200 commissions and over 1,200 regional or World Premieres — plus exciting new formats for public outreach. The artistic leadership of renowned music champion Steven Schick and an unflagging commitment to sharing the discovery of new music with all... There’s a reason why SFCMP is considered the Bay Area’s premier new music ensemble. The most long-standing new music ensemble in the West, we seek to give audiences and community members opportunities to discover musical repertoire that is new to them – and to use these experiences as ways to better understand, interact with, and enjoy our lives and our world. More...