- Performance Calendar
- Faculty Artist Series
Faculty Artist Series: Jeff Anderle and Telegraph Quartet
Ian Scarfe, piano
Eric Chin and Joseph Maile, violins
Pei-Ling Lin, viola
Jeremiah Shaw, cello
Mary Kouyoumdjian (b. 1983)
Peony (arranged for solo clarinet)
Kevin Day (b. 1996)
Unquiet Waters (arranged for clarinet and piano)
I. fast, turbulent
Ian Scarfe, piano
Osvaldo Golijov (b. 1960)
The Dreams and Prayers of Isaac the Blind
Prelude: Calmo, Sospeso
I. Agitato - Con Fuoco - Maestoso - Senza Misura, Oscilante
II. Teneramente - Ruvido - Presto
III. Calmo, Sospeso - Allegro Pesante
Postlude: Lento, Liberamente
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.
About SFCM’s String and Piano Chamber Music Department
SFCM’s chamber music ensemble experience strongly emphasizes studying, hearing, and performing the wide variety of works in chamber music literature. Performances are given in both informal and formal workshops, and in numerous public concerts at the Conservatory each semester.
Faculty chamber music concerts held throughout the year include advanced students in mixed ensembles. Guest artists are often invited to rehearse and perform with chamber music students and faculty, and to conduct chamber music master classes.
Also a dedicated track of study, our degree programs in chamber music are two of the most elite majors we offer. With a department size never exceeding 10 (one quartet and up to six individuals), students get unrivaled access to faculty and visiting artists. As a student within the chamber music department, you’ll be connected with performance opportunities throughout the Bay Area—and with the networking opportunities that come with them.
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