SFCMP Season by Series 2021-22
in the COMMUNITY series
encouraging the exploration of contemporary music in a festive community atmosphere
SUN, DEC 19, 2021
Sound Encounters in collaboration with CNMAT, UC Berkeley
THURS, FEB 17, 2022
Sound & Wine Online
5:30pm – 6:00pm
at the CROSSROADS series
celebrating the work of legacy composers alongside cutting-edge voices from across generations
Drama and Poetry
SAT-SUN, APR 2-3, 2022
DETAILS AND TICKETS
developing emerging audiences for contemporary music through the education and mentorship of emerging composers and musicians
Side by Side Professional Development – Performance
Pre-professional students join our ensemble for a week of rehearsals which culminate in a performance on a subscription-series concert.
Side by Side Professional Development – Composition
Pre-professional composers write for and collaborate with one of our ensemble members for a semester of rehearsals which culminate in a performance on a subscription-series concert.
SFCMP Contemporary Music Masterclass
Pre-professional music students learn from our renowned ensemble members in front of a live audience. Students perform selected works while being mentored in the techniques, skills, and myriad styles
of contemporary music.
POSTPONED. NEW DATE TBA – Brendan Lai-Tong, trombone Details
How Music is Made
In the afternoon before each concert, we invite the public to join us for music demonstrations, followed by a discussion about the work with the composer, followed by the full concert that evening.
Learn more here
Nov 2021 composer Edward Simon
Apr 2022 composer Amadeus Regucera
Victor Salvo Music Composition Scholarship
Each year, one San Francisco Bay Area high school music student wins 5 hours of mentoring sessions with an advising professional composer, a private score reading by San Francisco Contemporary Music Players of the student’s work, feedback from the musicians, and a video recording of the reading.
SF Search for Scores
Each season, emerging composers submit scores that speak to the life and legacy of our headlining spring-concert composer. One winning composer under 30 receives a score reading and feedback session with SFCMP, a public performance on the spring-series concert, and an archival recording. In addition the winning composers receive a $1,000 stipend.