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Season 10 was an inspiring year as we emerged from the pandemic crisis, looked back at our 10-year history, and dreamed of what we could do next. Season 11 is our first step into the next decade of our mission-driven work to partner with living composers and integrate these works into the fabric of our community. The power of working with living composers is their ability to capture our lived experiences in the here and now. We have had ample time to sit in contemplation and questioning during these past two years. As we hold the mirror up to ourselves and look inward, we also look outward. As we seek answers to the future, we often must look at our past. As we seek comfort, one must look to our home––a person, a place, a feeling. These thoughts, which speak to the core of our human experience, served as the narrative thread for Season 11. The vibrantly diverse selection of composers, texts, sounds, and guest artists will offer our listeners a compelling, thought-provoking, and inspiring music curation this season.
Brandon Elliott, Artistic Director
- Sun, Nov 12St. Mark Presbyterian ChurchNov 12, 4:30 PM PSTSt. Mark Presbyterian Church, 2200 San Joaquin Hills Rd, Newport Beach, CA 92660, USAEmbark on a profound and introspective journey into the intricate tapestry of human existence and its interplay with time and the natural world.
- Sun, Mar 10St. Wilfrid's Episcopal ChurchMar 10, 2024, 4:30 PM PDTSt. Wilfrid's Episcopal Church, 18631 Chapel Ln, Huntington Beach, CA 92646, USATapestry of Becoming takes you on a beautiful journey of self-discovery, resilience, transformation, and love. Featuring four commissioned works, the pieces talk about finding your place in the world, loving yourself, and appreciating everything life has to offer.
- Fri, Jun 28Zhang Hall–Concordia University IrvineJun 28, 2024, 7:00 PM PDTZhang Hall–Concordia University Irvine , Borland-Manske Center: Music, Irvine, CA 92612, USASeason 12 culminates with 12 world premieres by emerging composers across the world! Hear music that is so new, the ink on the page may still be wet.
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