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  • Sun
    07
    May
    2017

    An Evening with Sarah Cahill: Lou Harrison on the Piano

    8 pm

    Center for New Music, 55 Taylor Street, San Francisco, CA 94102

    Sarah Cahill celebrates the centennial of maverick composer Lou Harrison as part of MicroFest North. Her program features Harrison's Summerfield Set, several movements from the Suite, two Cembalo Sonatas, the early Jig and Range-Song, and several unpublished and rarely performed works.

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  • Wed
    10
    May
    2017

    Lou Harrison Centennial Concert

    Berkeley Museum of Art, 2155 Center St, Berkeley, CA 94720

  • Sat
    13
    May
    2017

    Pre-Lou Harrison Centennial Celebration

    7 pm

    Peace United Church of Christ, Fellowship Hall, 900 High St, Santa Cruz, CA 95060

    Sarah joins Bob Hughes, Larry Polansky, and Bill Alves for a panel discussion moderated by Phil Collins, part of a pre-Lou Harrison Centennial Celebration event.

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  • Sun
    14
    May
    2017

    Lou's Day Presented by New Music Works

    3 pm and 7 pm

    Peace United Church of Christ, 900 High St, Santa Cruz, CA 95060

    Designated as “Lou Harrison Day” by Santa Cruz Mayor Cynthia Mathews, Sarah performs solo piano music by Lou Harrison in celebration of his 100th birthday, presented by New Music Works. Other musicians performing are William Winant Percussion Group, organist Vlada Moran, microtonal guitarist John Schneider,choreographer/dancer Tandy Beal, Farallon Recorder Trio, The Saint Cecilia Society Men’s Chorus, nMw Ensemble, and conductor Philip Collins.

    Part of Sarah's Lou Harrison Centennial Tour.

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  • Sat
    20
    May
    2017

    Ebb and Flow Arts

    Time TBA

    Castle Theater - Kahului, 1 Cameron Way, Kahului, HI 96732

    Sarah performs works by Lou Harrison and Terry Riley. Part of Sarah's Lou Harrison Centennial Tour.

    www.ebbandflowarts.org

  • Sun
    21
    May
    2017

    Ebb and Flow Arts

    Time TBA

    Waki’i Ranch, Kamuela, HI 96743

    Sarah performs works by Lou Harrison, Ruth Crawford, Terry Riley, Leo Ornstein, Johanna Beyer, George Antheil, and others. Part of Sarah's Lou Harrison Centennial Tour.

    www.ebbandflowarts.org

  • Fri
    07
    Jul
    2017

    Old First Concerts

    Old First Church
    1751 Sacramento Street
    San Francisco, CA 94109

    Sarah Cahill performs a program of music written for her by young local composers along with the West Coast premiere of Luciano Chessa's Green Sea.

  • Tue
    11
    Jul
    2017

    Mendocino Music Festival

    2:30 pm

    Preston Hall
    44867 Main Street
    Mendocino, CA 95460

    Violinist Kate Stenberg, pianist Sarah Cahill, and percussionist William Winant celebrate composer Lou Harrison's centennial year with a program featuring Harrison’s Varied Trio, Grand Duo, A Summerfield Set, Largo Ostinato, Tandy’s Tango, Jig and Range-Song, Changing Moment, and Dance for Lisa Karon.

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  • Sun
    30
    Jul
    2017

    World Youth Symphony Orchestra

    8 pm

    Kresge Auditorium
    Interlochen Center for the Arts
    4000 M-137
    Interlochen, MI 49643

    Conductor Carlos Izcaray leads Interlochen's World Youth Symphony Orchestra and special guest pianists Alon Goldstein and Sarah Cahill through repertoire that includes Adams' Chairman Dances: Foxtrot for Orchestra, Takemitsu's Quotation of Dream: Say Sea, Take Me! and Debussy’s La Mer.

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  • Wed
    24
    Jan
    2018

    San Francisco Performances: PIVOT series

    8:30 pm

    The Strand Theater
    1127 Market St
    San Francisco, CA 94103

    In an intensive five-day exploration, PIVOT celebrates creator-performers on the American artistic edge. Bay Area pianist and contemporary music specialist Sarah Cahill will lead a celebration of visionary California composer Lou Harrison’s 100th birthday, partnering with the Alexander String Quartet and William Winant Percussion Group, who will perform on instruments built by Harrison himself.

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