Posts by diane

The Grand Duchess of Gerolstein

Posted by on May 27, 2022 in Past Performances | 0 comments

Pocket Opera presents Offenbach’s opéra bouffe poking fun at militarism in general and at a young Grand Duchess specifically who learns that she cannot always get her way. Sunday, June 12, 20222pmHillside Club2286 Cedar StreetBerkeley Friday, June 17, 20227pmJarvis Conservatory1711 Main StreetNapa Sunday, June 19, 20222:30Mountain View Center for the Performing Arts500 Castro StreetMountain View Sunday, June 26, 20222pmGunn TheatreLegion of Honor100 34th AvenueSan Francisco Tickets and more information...

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Grisey, Oliveros & Sciarrino

Posted by on May 13, 2022 in Past Performances | 0 comments

SFSOUNDGROUP performs three iconic chamber music works from the late 20th century: GÉRARD GRISEY – Talea (1986)PAULINE OLIVEROS – The Inner​/​Outer Sound Matrix (for sfSound) (2007)SALVATORE SCIARRINO – Lo Spazio Inverso (1985) The “house band” for the Mosswood Sound Series, SFSOUNDGROUP is a unique collection of performer-composers that have presented their own compositions, improvisations, new commissions, electronic music, and standard avant-garde repertoire for over two decades. With a mix of works from the European, American, and contemporary Californian avant-garde, their concerts...

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Welch, Grubbe & Allen @ Mosswood

Posted by on May 13, 2022 in Past Performances | 0 comments

Matthew Welch presents a solo set focusing on Anthony Braxton’s#247, a species of Braxton’s Ghost Trance Music written especially for Welch’s bagpipes. Diane Grubbe performs Mario Lavista’s Lamento for bass flute and Orlando Jacinto García’s cuando el mar besa al Malecón for piccolo, flute, alto flute, bass flute and electronics. Tenor Saxophonist Josh Allen performs a solo improvisation that strives to present non linear visual concepts in sonic linear form. Friday, May 6, 20228pmMosswood Sound Series3630 Telegraph AvenueOakland $10 –...

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“Searsville, 1891-2015”

Posted by on May 13, 2022 in Past Performances | 0 comments

Composer Marc Evanstein’s composition based on pollen data from a sediment core in Jasper Ridge Biological Preserve. Through this translation from data to music, listeners are offered a window into the dynamic and interconnected quality of the natural world, and the way in which this balance has been impacted by human activities over the last 120 years. Watch the discussion and performance here. Diane Grubbe, flute soloLeslie Tagorda, clarinet soloStanford New Ensemble & members of Quinteto Latino May 7, 2022Stanford...

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Merry Widow

Posted by on Mar 13, 2022 in Past Performances | 0 comments

Pocket Opera presents Lehár’s delightfully romantic operetta. Sunday, March 27, 20222pmHillside Club2286 Cedar StreetBerkeley Sunday, April 3, 20222:30Mountain View Center for the Performing Arts Sunday, April 10, 20222pmGunn TheatreLegion of Honor100 34th AvenueSan Francisco

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