Read Alex Ross’ New Yorker preview of the New York Concerts, and then get your tickets to see it here in San Francisco!
Steven Schick’s ONLY West Coast Recital in 2014!
Friday, February 14, 2014 – 8pm | Jewish Community Center of San Francisco (Silent auction opens at 6:30 pm)
SFCMP Artistic Director Steven Schick performs his first solo San Francisco recital in over 30 years, with works by Karlheinz Stockhausen, Morton Feldman, Alvin Lucier, Vinko Globokar, Brian Ferneyhough, and Iannis Xenakis. This will be Schick’s ONLY west-coast solo recital of a program also presented in New York at the Miller Theater.
The New York Times is choosing the NYC appearance as a top pick for the 13-14 cultural calendar: “Steven Schick. A star of solo percussion music celebrates his 60th birthday with a two-evening immersion in a repertory that is just about as old as he is. The first concert, “Origins,” traces the genre’s roots in works by composers like Stockhausen, Feldman and Xenakis.” Don’t miss out on the chance to experience this wonderful event here in San Francisco!
|Gustavo Aguilar: Wendell’s History Pt. 1 (2008)|
|Karlheinz Stockhausen: Nr. 9 Zyklus (1959)|
|Morton Feldman: The King of Denmark (1964)|
|Vinko Globokar: Toucher (1972)|
|Iannis Xenakis: Rebonds (1989)|
|Brian Ferneyhough: Bone Alphabet (1992)|
|Alvin Lucier: Silver Streetcar for the Orchestra (1982)|
|Mark Applebaum: Aphasia (2010)|
|Iannis Xenakis: Psappha (1975)|
|Gustavo Aguilar: Wendell’s History Pt. 2 (2008)|
Our gracious hosts at the JCC Arts & Ideas program invite our ticket holders to park early in their garage, and leave their car while visiting a neighboring restaurant for dinner.
The Grand Hyatt in Union Square is offering a special romance package featuring late checkout and breakfast in bed.
The Westin St. Francis hotel is offering several unique menu items at their two award-winning restaurants, as well as a spa package that comes with champagne, truffles and a rose.
Family-friendly Hotel del Sol is offering specially-priced packages for patrons who call their hotel manager, Lili, and mention the San Francisco Contemporary Music Players.