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Pianist Sarah Cahill receives 2018 Champion of New Music Award from American Composers Forum

Pianist Sarah Cahill is a recipient of the 2018 Champion of New Music Award from American Composers Forum (ACF) along with flutist, composer, educator Nicole Mitchell and Jim Staley, founder of the new music venue Roulette in Brooklyn, NY. The Champion of New Music Award was established by the ACF Board of Directors in 2005 as a national […]

Sarah Cahill performs at Terry Riley festival (Aug 27) and announces Riley box set release

Pianist Sarah Cahill will perform on the final day of Grand Piano Weekend, the three-day season finale of the second annual Sri Moonshine Music Series, curated by composer Terry Riley on Sunday, August 27, 2017 at 3pm at the Camptonville Performing Arts Center (15333 Cleveland Ave). Cahill will perform works by Riley including Fandango on the […]

Pianist Sarah Cahill Embarks on Nationwide Lou Harrison Centennial Tour in 2017

In celebration of composer Lou Harrison’s 2017 centennial, pianist Sarah Cahill will perform concerts of his music spanning half a century, as well as music by his close friends and colleagues, in a nationwide tour to cities including San Francisco, Los Angeles, Boston, Miami, Cleveland, Orlando, Maui, Chicago, and more. Her concerts will range from […]

“Acclaimed pianist Sarah Cahill makes thorny music inviting” – The San Diego Union Tribune

Pianist Sarah Cahill is featured in The San Diego Union Tribune ahead of her concert at the Fresh Sound Music Series, which takes place Friday, November 4, 7:30pm at Bread & Salt.  The San Diego Union Tribune writes, “She brings an inviting eloquence and visceral impact to anything she performs. She also digs as deep as necessary to […]

The Success of SoundBox

SoundBox, the San Francisco Symphony’s attempt to draw in a younger crowd with late-evening, monthly concerts in a nightclub style setting, has been successful on a scale that probably nobody ever imagined. The Meyer Sound System has transformed an acoustically dead rehearsal stage at the back of Davies Hall into a reverberant concert hall, the […]

Classics Today gives “Patterns of Plants” Top Marks

Classics Today has given “MAMORU FUJIEDA PATTERNS OF PLANTS” a perfect 10 out of 10 for artistic quality and sound quality. From the Review: “Fujieda’s Plant Patterns are tonal (or modal), but their outward, post-minimalist simplicity conceals real sophistication of technique. The pieces are built out of a few basic ideas: repetition of the initial […]

A Piano Party for Terry Riley at 80

2015 is the eightieth birthday year of composer-pianist Terry Riley, who has had a profound influence on generations of composers and musicians. As a master pianist himself, he writes virtuoso pieces which encompass his wide-ranging musical pursuits, from classical music to blues to ragtime, from Indian raga to jazz. This 80th birthday milestone deserves a […]

PIANO CONCERT at Dance Palace in Pt. Reyes

Looking forward to being at the Point Reyes Dance Palace tomorrow afternoon with two extraordinary musicians, violinist Stuart Canin and cellist Gianna Abondolo. We’ll play Schubert’s Trio in B-flat major, and Stuart and I will perform Beethoven’s “Soring” Sonata and Mozart’s E-minor Sonata. It’s an honor to be playing music with them.  https://dancepalace.org/events/piano-concert-series-featuring-sarah-cahill-violinist-stuart-canin-and-cellist-gianna

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