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SFCM Clarinet Ensemble - Helia Music Collective Recital

Venue

Caroline H. Hume Concert Hall
50 Oak Street, San Francisco, CA 94102
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Full Vaccination Required, including Booster if eligible

Departments

The SFCM Clarinet Ensemble collaborates with Helia Music Collective to present a program of works by female composers, including the world premieres of four new works by Julie Barwick, Emma Logan, Shawne Anell Workman, and Theresa Wong.

Jeff Anderleconductor

Elinor Armer (b. 1939)
Double Sonnet for Two B-flat Clarinets
Clayton Luckadoo and Yijin Wang, clarinets

Belinda Reynolds (b. 1967)
Custom Made Music
     III. Blocks
     IV. Angles
Luis Cruz and Meli Everson, clarinets

Anna Meadors (b. 1989)
Hopes to Be
Nicholas Weathers and Eugenia Coe, clarinets
Taylor Barlow and Caleb Rose, bass clarinets

-Intermission-

Shawne Anell Workman (b. 1967)
Three Spaces for 9 Clarinets [WORLD PREMIERE]
     One
     Two
     Three
Luis Cruz, Eugenia Coe, Nicholas Weathers, Clayton Luckadoo, Meli Everson, and Yijin Wang, clarinets
Lindsey Ha, Caleb Rose, and Taylor Barlow, bass clarinets

Theresa Wong (b. 1976)
Tuyshtak [WORLD PREMIERE]
Luis Cruz, Eugenia Coe, Nicholas Weathers, Clayton Luckadoo, Meli Everson, and Yijin Wang, clarinets

Emma Logan (b. 1990)
Mapping Out a Sky [WORLD PREMIERE]
Luis Cruz, Eugenia Coe, Nicholas Weathers, Clayton Luckadoo, and Meli Everson, clarinets
Lindsey Ha, Caleb Rose, and Taylor Barlow, bass clarinets

Julie Barwick (b. 1983)
In Transit [WORLD PREMIERE]
     I. Steady
     II. Fleeting
     III. Flowing
Luis Cruz, Eugenia Coe, Nicholas Weathers, Clayton Luckadoo, Meli Everson, and Yijin Wang, clarinets
Lindsey Ha, Caleb Rose, and Taylor Barlow, bass clarinets

About SFCM’s Clarinet Department

Personalized instruction and abundant performance opportunities build better clarinetists. Four forward-thinking teachers—including three members of the San Francisco Symphony—are ready to help you transform your playing. As one of fewer than 10 students, you’ll have a wealth of opportunities to collaborate and perform with other departments. Whether you have a penchant for bass or Eb, Classical or 21st-century repertoire, you'll find an expert here to bring you to the next level. You’ll also have the opportunity to enter the biennial Woodwind Concerto Competition.

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