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Our 2023-2024 Season

We invite you to join our adventurous and stimulating 2023-24 season by becoming a Member!

Our 53rd season contains ancillary events thematically linked such as our popular How Music is Made program, contemporary music masterclass, and community events. An exceptionally rich and colorful array of composers fills the season calendar.

Individual tickets as well as season subscriptions are available.

Nov
11

RE:voicing

  • Saturday, November 11th 2023

    7 PM – How Music is Made, with guest composer Raven Chacon
    8 PM – Concert
  • Saturday, November 11th 2023

    7 PM – How Music is Made, with guest composer Raven Chacon
    8 PM – Concert

As a point of departure for the season’s thematic journey, we consider the nature of voices – in both the literal and musical sense, and in the larger scope of historical interchange – in one of the city’s most resonant and awe-inspiring spaces for listening to instrumental and vocal music.

Location: Grace Cathedral

Jan
27

RE:visitations

  • Saturday, January 27th 2024

    7 PM – How Music is Made with Eric Dudley & Guests
    8 PM – Concert
  • Saturday, January 27th 2024

    7 PM – How Music is Made with Eric Dudley & Guests
    8 PM – Concert

Revisiting channels of inspiration that pandemic-era cancellations put on hold, this program riffs on the intersection of two seemingly disparate though surprisingly connected worlds: those of Prog Rock and High Modernism.

Location: Caroline H. Hume Concert Hall

Mar
2

Sound & Wine

  • Saturday, March 2nd 2024

  • Saturday, March 2nd 2024

San Francisco Contemporary Music Players’ annual fundraising party and celebration.

Location: Noe Valley Ministry

Apr
20

Spring MINI-FESTIVAL: Pierrot RE:WIND

  • April 20th–21st 2024

  • April 20th–21st 2024

Celebrating the 100th anniversary of its U.S. premiere this season, Arnold Schoenberg’s Pierrot Lunaire is one such work; a piece of music that almost from its inception has left a long-enduring impact, in both content and concept, on the way composers imagine the human voice, the spheres of poetry and text, and the very nature of instrumental resources.

Location: Taube Atrium Theater

Apr
20

Pierrot RE:imagined

  • Saturday, April 20th 2024

    7 PM – How Music is Made with Eric Dudley & Guests
    8 PM – Concert, with post-concert reception
  • Saturday, April 20th 2024

    7 PM – How Music is Made with Eric Dudley & Guests
    8 PM – Concert, with post-concert reception

Over the span of decades and centuries, certain ground-shifting works and ideas have a way of echoing long into the future – creating strands of interconnected outgrowths, and sometimes establishing entire pathways for creativity that span across generations.

Location: Taube Atrium Theater

Apr
21

Pierrot RE:encountered

  • Sunday, April 21st 2024

    2 PM – How Music is Made, with guest artist Rachel Calloway, mezzo-soprano
    3 PM – Concert, with post-concert reception
  • Sunday, April 21st 2024

    2 PM – How Music is Made, with guest artist Rachel Calloway, mezzo-soprano
    3 PM – Concert, with post-concert reception

Over the span of decades and centuries, certain ground-shifting works and ideas have a way of echoing long into the future – creating strands of interconnected outgrowths, and sometimes establishing entire pathways for creativity that span across generations.

Location: Taube Atrium Theater

May
30

RE:voicing 2: Worlds Apart

  • Thursday, May 30th 2024

    7 PM – How Music is Made, with guest composer Richard Festinger
    8 PM – Concert
  • Thursday, May 30th 2024

    7 PM – How Music is Made, with guest composer Richard Festinger
    8 PM – Concert

Ending the season squarely in the realm of voices, we partner with VOLTI ensemble to present an evening of choral and chamber orchestral music through the lens of multifold texts and themes.

Location: Caroline H. Hume Concert Hall