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An Elevate Season Subscription Pass gets you access to all four shows of the 2017/18 Concert Season, while saving you 25% off the regular season ticket price!

Elevate's 2017/18 Season includes two world premieres from composer-in-residence Julie Barwick, a culinary-musical event held in a breathtaking SF art studio, and more. Take a look at the full season below and reserve your Season Subscription Pass today!

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Stravinsky Legacy
Saturday, October 7th, 2017
Caroline H. Hume Concert Hall, San Francisco Conservatory of Music, 8 PM Show

Stravinsky's quirky, offbeat Soldier’s Tale has been inspiring composers and audiences alike since its 1918 premiere. Come hear the lilting melodies of the original along with two pieces that pay tribute!

We’ll be presenting the world premiere of a new piece by Elevate composer-in-residence Julie Barwick that picks up the story 33 years after the end of the original Soldier’s Tale. We’ll also be performing Chris Cerrone’s Recovering, which freezes a moment from the Stravinsky to create something new and wonderful. Also on the program is Gordon Stout’s Astral Dance, with a mystical theme that parallels Soldier’s Tale.

Concert program:

Gordon Stout - Astral Dance
Julie Barwick - Thirty-Three Years (World Premiere)
Christopher Cerrone - Recovering
Stravinsky - L’histoire du soldat (Soldier’s Tale) Concert Suite

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Pedal to the Metal
Saturday, December 9th, 2017
Private Art Studio in SOMA District, 8 PM Show

Come hear an all-brass program in a unique art studio that features one-of-a-kind views of SF’s elevated freeways. The evening will be filled with delicious hors d’oeuvres, an open bar, and a program of inspiring music—all while watching the city zooming by.

The program will feature rarely heard masterpieces by Dutch and American mavericks including Otto Ketting, Matthew Joseph Payne, Walter Hartley, Anthony Plog, and more.

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Old Girls Club
Saturday, March 10th, 2018
Center for New Music, 8 PM Show

So many women are writing amazing music today, there’s really no excuse for the continued overrepresentation of male composers on concert programs. Elevate has always believed in the importance of promoting female composers, but we wanted to do more to balance the scales.

That’s why we’re excited to present this all-female program, featuring music by a handful of the many innovative women composers who deserve to be heard more broadly.

Composers on the program include Canadian Ana Sokolović, Americans Edie Hill and Jocelyn Hagen, and several others, presented in conjunction with curator Emma Logan at the Center for New Music.

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Transformations
Saturday May 19th, 2018
SOMArts Cultural Center, 8 PM Show

Come hear a piece that changed music forever. Arnold Schoenberg’s pivotal Chamber Symphony was one of the first to blur the line between tonality and atonality. It also transformed the concept of the chamber orchestra, proving that a rich symphonic sound could be produced by only 15 instrumentalists.

Elevate is pairing Schoenberg’s Chamber Symphony with several other musical firsts, including a newly commissioned chamber symphony from composer-in-residence Julie Barwick, the winning selection from our second annual call for scores, and Stravinsky’s Pastorale. Don’t miss it!

The program includes:

Igor Stravinsky - Pastorale
Julie Barwick - Chamber Symphony (World Premiere)
Second Annual Call-for-Scores Winner (TBD)
Arnold Schoenberg - Chamber Symphony

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