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Upcoming Events

  • Sat
    11
    Apr
    2020

    concert at Dresher Studio

    Paul Dresher Studio- contact Sarah for more information

    Sarah performs a few selected movements of Frederic Rzewski’s new six-movement work Humanitas, Paul Dresher’s Two Entwined, Gabriela Ortiz’s Prelude and Etude No. 3, Lois V Vierk’s Yeah Yeah Yeah, and other recent compositions.

  • Sun
    26
    Apr
    2020

    San Francisco Performances Family Day

    afternoon

    War Memorial Building, San Francisco

    Sarah performs compositions from her project The Future is Female during a free all-day celebration of San Francisco Performances’ Fortieth Anniversary.

  • Tue
    19
    May
    2020

    Piano Talk: Sarah Cahill

    7:30pm

    San Francisco Conservatory of Music, Recital Hall
    50 Oak Street, San Francisco, CA 94102

    Sarah Cahill presents work by female composers from the 17th to early 20th centuries in this Piano Talk as a celebration of the centennial of the 19th Amendment.
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  • Sat
    27
    Jun
    2020

    Munich Chamber Orchestra: Terry Riley Program

    10:00pm

    Pinakothek der Moderne
    Barer Str. 40, 80333 München, Germany

    “The Gift“ from Salome Dances for Peace  (1985/6)
    Fandango on the Heaven Ladder (1996)
    Keyboard Study No. 1 (1965)
    In C (1964)
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  • Sat
    06
    Mar
    2021

    Barbican Centre: The Future is Female

    2 pm

    Milton Court Concert Hall, 1 Milton St, London, United Kingdom

    In a sonic monument to marginalised creativity and a celebration of music from across four centuries, “the doyenne of contemporary keyboard music” (Financial Times) performs a calvacade of music by female composers.

    Cahill’s truly epic performance feat is the centrepiece around which co-curator Helen Wallace has built a day of discussion, readings and debate, inviting you to re-examine preconceptions, to question established narratives, and to immerse yourself in a life-enhancing river of music, played by one of the most thought-provoking pianists of our time.

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any composer could dream of”

– San Francisco Chronicle