The Players

San Francisco Contemporary Music Players

 

SFCMP was founded by Jean-Louis LeRoux, Marcella DeCray and Charles Boone in March 1971 and incorporated as a nonprofit in 1974. The San Francisco Contemporary Music Players is a unionized ensemble based out of San Francisco, California.

Side by Side Professional Development with SFCMP

SFCMP Education Professional Development Side by Side

 

SFCMP helps to develop emerging performers and audiences for contemporary classical music in the San Francisco Bay Area.

In our Side by Side program, pre-professional musicians rehearse and perform in a professional concert with the our ensemble.

 

 

2016-17 partnership with the San Francisco Conservatory of Music

Students and SFCMP Mentors:

György Ligeti “Chamber Concerto” (1969) (21’)
Tod Brody, flute; Kyle Bruckmann, oboe; Peter Josheff, soprano clarinet; Alex Camphouse, horn; Richard Worn, double bass; Kate Campbell, piano; Roy Malan, violin; Clio Tilton, viola; Helen Newby, cello; Andrew Friedman, SFCM student, bass clarinet; Albert Yan, SFCM student, violin

Michael Pisaro “ricefall” (18’):
Tod Brody, Kyle Bruckmann, Peter Josheff, Alex Camphouse, Kate Campbell, Roy Malan, Susan Freier, Stephen Harrison, Richard Worn, Andrew Friedman, SFCM student; Albert Yan, SFCM student, Trevor van der Velde, UC Berkeley student, Zhoushu Ziporyn, UC Berkeley student

Event Details 
Friday, Jan 20, 2017
4:00 pm Open dress rehearsal and composer talk with Kate Soper and Richard Festinger
7:30 pm Concert

Eventbrite - Works by Richard Festinger, Michael Pisaro, Kate Soper, and Gyorgy Ligeti $35 $15 students