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Hear why SF Classical Voice says BARS' "earnestness in music-making is truly a breath of fresh air in the classical music scene." (Rebecca Liao, SFCV)

Part of the BARS LGBTQ Composer & Performing Artist seriesPart of BARS' LGBTQ Composer and Performing Artist Series, which strives to redefine perceptions of LGBTQ music and increase awareness of the beauty, talents, and accomplishments of fellow LGBTQ individuals and groups.

September 14, 2014, 4 pm

San Francisco Conservatory of Music, 50 Oak St at Van Ness, SF 94102 (Map)(Tickets)


Christine Brandes, soprano

Christine Brandes, soprano

Dawn Harms,  Music Director

Dawn Harms,
Music Director

Part of the BARS LGBTQ Composer & Performing Artist seriesDawn Harms, Music Director & Conductor

 

Gabrieli – Canzon Septimi Toni No. 2

 

Part of the BARS LGBTQ Composer & Performing Artist seriesArmer – Call of the West

 

Mahler – Symphony No. 4

Part of the BARS LGBTQ Composer & Performing Artist seriesChristine Brandes, soprano

 


Elinor Armer, composer

Elinor Armer, composer

 


These events are sponsored in part by a grant from Grants for the Arts/San Francisco Hotel Tax Fund

Part of the BARS LGBTQ Composer & Performing Artist seriesPart of BARS’ LGBTQ Composer and Performing Artist Series, which strives to redefine perceptions of LGBTQ music and increase awareness of the beauty, talents, and accomplishments of fellow LGBTQ individuals and groups.

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November 22, 2014, 8 p.m.

Calvary Presbyterian Church, 2515 Fillmore St at Jackson, SF 94115 (Map)(Tickets)

Michael Morgan, guest conductor

Michael Morgan, guest conductor

Part of the BARS LGBTQ Composer & Performing Artist seriesMichael Morgan, Guest Conductor

 

 Part of the BARS LGBTQ Composer & Performing Artist seriesConrad Susa – The Blue Hour

 

 Mahler – Kindertotenlieder

               Part of the BARS LGBTQ Composer & Performing Artist seriesZachary Gordin, baritone

 

 Part of the BARS LGBTQ Composer & Performing Artist seriesTchaikovsky – Symphony No. 2

 

Zachary Gordin, baritone

Zachary Gordin, baritone


Part of the BARS LGBTQ Composer & Performing Artist seriesPart of BARS’ LGBTQ Composer and Performing Artist Series, which strives to redefine perceptions of LGBTQ music and increase awareness of the beauty, talents, and accomplishments of fellow LGBTQ individuals and groups.

These events are sponsored in part by a grant from Grants for the Arts/San Francisco Hotel Tax Fund

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Saturday Nov 1, 2014 at 6 p.m. Rainbow Chamber Players

St. Matthew’s Lutheran Church, 3281 16th St, San Francisco @ Dolores (Map)

 

Rainbow Chamber Players: Only Air


Rainbow Chamber

Robert Muczynski: Wind Quintet

 

Miguel del Aguila: Salon Buenos Aires (excerpt)

 

David Del Tredici: Acrostic Song (Chamber version)

 

Dennis Tobenski: Only Air (Chamber version, West Coast Premiere)

 

Johann Strauss II/ arr. Arnold Schoenberg: Kaiser-Walzer (Emperor Waltz)


Cost: Free, voluntary donations accepted for the Bay Area Rainbow Symphony.

Reception will follow the performance.

Part of the LGBTQ Performers and Composers Series

 

Rainbow Chamber Players is made up of member of Bay Area Rainbow Symphony (BARS). BARS is dedicated to increasing visibility and challenging stereotypes of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and (LGBT) composers and instrumentalists, connecting with audiences from all communities.

 

Public Transportation: Muni J Church, 16th St; BART 16th St. Mission

 

Doors open at 5:30 pm

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March 14, 2015, 8 pm

Everett Middle School, 450 Church St between 16 & 17th St, SF 94114 (Map)(Tickets)

Natalie Parker, clarinet

Natalie Parker, clarinet

Dawn Harms,  Music Director

Dawn Harms,
Music Director


 

Part of the BARS LGBTQ Composer & Performing Artist seriesDawn Harms, Music Director & Conductor

 

Part of the BARS LGBTQ Composer & Performing Artist seriesMarko Bajzer – Codex

 

Weber – Clarinet Concerto No. 1

 

Brahms – Symphony No. 3

 

 

Marko Bajzer, composer

Marko Bajzer, composer

 


These events are sponsored in part by a grant from Grants for the Arts/San Francisco Hotel Tax Fund

Part of the BARS LGBTQ Composer & Performing Artist seriesPart of BARS’ LGBTQ Composer and Performing Artist Series, which strives to redefine perceptions of LGBTQ music and increase awareness of the beauty, talents, and accomplishments of fellow LGBTQ individuals and groups.

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June 6, 2015 8pm

San Francisco Conservatory of Music, 50 Oak St at Van Ness, SF 94102 (Map)(Tickets)
 

Sara Davis Buechner, piano

Sara Davis Buechner, piano

Dawn Harms,  Music Director

Dawn Harms,
Music Director

A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Woman

 

Part of the BARS LGBTQ Composer & Performing Artist seriesDawn Harms, Music Director & Conductor

 

Kaprálová – Partita for Piano and Strings

 

Clara Wieck Schumann – Piano Concerto

 

Part of the BARS LGBTQ Composer & Performing Artist seriesSara Davis Buechner, piano
 

Part of the BARS LGBTQ Composer & Performing Artist seriesSmyth – Serenade

 

Kapralova, composer

Kapralova, composer

Smyth, composer

Smyth, composer

Schumann, composer

Schumann, composer

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Part of the BARS LGBTQ Composer & Performing Artist seriesPart of BARS’ LGBTQ Composer and Performing Artist Series, which strives to redefine perceptions of LGBTQ music and increase awareness of the beauty, talents, and accomplishments of fellow LGBTQ individuals and groups.

These events are sponsored in part by a grant from Grants for the Arts/San Francisco Hotel Tax Fund



About Sara Davis Buechner, piano

Sara Davis Buechner is one of the leading concert pianists of our time. She has been praised worldwide as a musician of “intelligence, integrity and all-encompassing technical prowess” (New York Times). Japan’s InTune magazine says: “When it comes to clarity, flawless tempo selection, phrasing and precise control of timbre, Buechner has no superior.”
In her twenties, Ms. Buechner won the Gold Medal at the 1984 Gina Bachauer International Piano Competition, and was a Bronze Medalist of the 1986 Tschaikowsky International Piano Competition in Moscow.
 
With an active repertoire of more than 100 piano concertos ranging from A (Albeníz) to Z (Zimbalist) — one of the largest of any concert pianist today — she has appeared as soloist with many of the world’s prominent orchestras. Audiences throughout North America have applauded Ms. Buechner’s recitals in venues such as Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, Kennedy Center and the Hollywood Bowl; and she enjoys wide success throughout Asia where she tours annually.
 
Sara Davis Buechner’s numerous CD and DVD recordings have received prominent critical appraisal. She can be seen and heard on numerous live video and audio recordings on her website and YouTube Channel; and she has created many essays in written, spoken and film format on her blog “Sara Says.”
 
She is a Professor of Piano at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, and an Honorary Visiting Professor of Music at the University of Shanghai. Sara Davis Buechner is a Yamaha artist.

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June 6, 3:00 pm Recital

San Francisco Conservatory of Music, 50 Oak St at Van Ness, SF 94102 (Map)(Tickets)

Sara Davis Buechner, piano

Sara Davis Buechner, piano



Crossing the Concourse: Sara Davis Buechner in Music and Words

Part of the BARS LGBTQ Composer & Performing Artist seriesSara Davis Buechner, piano

 

 
 

 

These events are sponsored in part by a grant from Grants for the Arts/San Francisco Hotel Tax Fund

Crossing the Concourse: Sara Davis Buechner in Music and Words. Sara will illustrate her life story and transgender journey with short piano pieces, including one of her own compositions. She will talk about being the T in LGBTQ and share with dignity and humor what she has learned along the way about gender, gender roles, and discuss how preconceptions have both limited and enhanced her own life. Followed by a Q&A session.

Sara Davis Buechner is one of the leading concert pianists of our time. She has been praised worldwide as a musician of “intelligence, integrity and all-encompassing technical prowess” (New York Times). Japan’s InTune magazine says: “When it comes to clarity, flawless tempo selection, phrasing and precise control of timbre, Buechner has no superior.”

In her twenties, Ms. Buechner won the Gold Medal at the 1984 Gina Bachauer International Piano Competition, and was a Bronze Medalist of the 1986 Tschaikowsky International Piano Competition in Moscow.

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