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  • Sun
    30
    Jul
    2017

    Interlochen Festival

    8 pm

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

    Sarah joins pianist Alon Goldstein as soloists for Takemitsu's Quotation of Dream: Say Sea, Take Me! with Carlos Izcaray conducting Interlochen's World Youth Symphony Orchestra Also on the program are John Adams' The Chairman Dances: Foxtrot for Orchestra and Debussy’s La Mer.

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  • Sun
    27
    Aug
    2017

    Sri Moonshine Music Series

    2 pm

    Camptonville Performing Arts Center, 15333 Cleveland Avenue, Camptonville, CA 95922.

    Sarah performs the culminating concert of a "Grand Piano Weekend" organized by Terry Riley as part of his Sri Moonshine Music Series.  Her program includes Terry Riley's Be Kind to One Another and Fandango on the Heaven Ladder as well as works by Ravel and Debussy.  http://terryriley.net/moonshine_music_series.htm

  • Sat
    09
    Sep
    2017

    Community School of Music and Arts

    Mountain View Community School, 230 San Antonio Circle, Mountain View, CA

  • Sat
    23
    Sep
    2017

    CCM 50th Anniversary Concert

    Mills College, Oakland, CA

    Sarah and Regina Myers perform "Blue" Gene Tyranny's The Decertified Highway of Dreams for a concert celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Center for Contemporary Music at Mills.

  • 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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