Cabrillo Festival of Contemporary Music | Program Guide 2017 - page 5

broadcast schedule
SarahCahill
,hostofKALW’s
Revolutions Per Minute
, will
present the 2017 Cabrillo
Festival Concert Broadcasts on 91.7FM in the San
FranciscoBayAreaandstreamingatKALW.ORGon
the followingschedule:
DEPARTURES
Sunday,
September3
, 8:00pm
TRIBUTES:pt.1
Monday,
September4
, 9:00pm
CONBRIO
Sunday,
September10
, 8:00pm
TRIBUTES:pt.2
Monday,
September11
, 9:00pm
(unless otherwisenoted) events subject to change, websitehasmost
accurate information:
CABRILLOMUSIC.ORG
FRI
AUG4
SAT
AUG5
6:30-7:45p
Alfresco
Dinner
7:00-7:30p
Pre-Concert Talk
withCristianMăcelaru
8:00-10:00p
Departures
MichaelGandolfi:
PointsofDeparture: Cabrillo
[WP/FC]
ClariceAssad: PercussionConcerto
AD INFINITUM
(EvelynGlennie,
percussion) [WP/FC]
Aaron JayKernis: SecondSymphony
11:00a-8:00p
Church Street Fair
1:30-2:30p
Meet theComposers
Măcelarumoderatesapanel discussion
withcomposersAssad, Gandolfi, Kernis,
Little,McTee, Smith, andStephenson.
8:00-10:00p
Tributes: Part2
GabrielaLenaFrank:
ThreeLatinAmericanDances
JamesStephenson: ViolinConcerto,
Tributes
(Jennifer Frautschi, violin) [WCP]
DavidT. Little:
TheConjuredLife
[WP/FC]
CindyMcTee:
DoublePlay
SAT
AUG12
FRI
AUG11
8:00-10:00p
ConBrio
WilliamBolcom: SymphonyNo. 9 [WCP]
GeraldBarry: PianoConcerto
(JasonHardink, piano) [USP]
JörgWidmann:
ConBrio
CindyMcTee: SymphonyNo. 1:
Ballet forOrchestra
3:00-4:00p
StudentStaff
EnsembleConcert
8:00-10:00p
Tributes: Part2
JakeHeggie:
Moby-Dick
Orchestral Suite [WP/FC]
ChristopherRountree:
Overture to
LaHaine
[WP/FC]
GabriellaSmith:
FieldGuide
[WP/FC]
KarimAl-Zand:
ThePrisoner
(Jonathan
Lemalu, bass-baritone) [WP/FC]
FollowedbyDessertReception!
Reservations required
$
42-
$
70
$
37-
$
65
$
37-
$
65
$
37-
$
65
$
32
$
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5
touch the sound
film screening
8p
WED
AUG2
DelMar Theatre$18
Sponsoredby
TheDavidKaunand
AbigailKaunFund
at Community
FoundationSantaCruzCounty
I
n
Touch the Sound: A Sound Journey with
Evelyn Glennie
, German documentary
filmmaker Thomas Riedelsheimer (Rivers
and Tides) turned his camera on percussionist
Evelyn Glennie, who is profoundly deaf and
experiences sound through vibration and touch.
UsingGlennie’suniquemusical sensibilitiesasa
jumping-off point, he allows viewers to feel like
they’rehearing theworld for the very first time. A
Q&AsessionwithGlennie follows thescreening!
Purchaseadvance tickets:
DelMarBoxOffice
1124PacificAvenue,SantaCruz
oronlineat:http://bit.ly/GlennieMovie
CALENDAR
Screening
followedby
Q&Awith
EvelynGlennie!
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