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  1. Performance Calendar
  2. Graduate Recital

Pavle Gavrilović, Second Year Master's Composition 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

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Departments

Pavle Gavrilović, composer

Program

Two Songs on Jacques Prévert (2022)
     1. Song
     2. Sunday
Alaska Coombes, voice
Jarron Carlson, piano

String Quartet No. 1 (2022)
     I. Moderato
     II. Allegretto
     III. Adagio espressivo, poco rubato
     IV. Allegro ritmico
Friction Quartet
Otis Harriel and Kevin Rogers, violins
Rachyl Martinez, viola
Doug Machiz, cello

-Intermission-

Composition (2017) for clarinet and piano
Clayton Luckadoo, clarinet
Jarron Carlson, piano

6 Short Pieces for Orchestra (2022)

Conductor
Nicholas Sievers

Violin
Jessica Folson
Archie Brown
Alyssa Tong
Jennifer Redondas
Diego de la Cruz Iwadare
Clara Schubilske
Ericsson Hatfield

Viola
Paulina Flores
Kody Dunford
Hannah Wendorf

Cello
Octavio Mujica
Teo Dage
Weian Gu

Bass
Alan Jones
Lalita Perez Acosta

Flute
Alexei Wade

Oboe
Colton Potter

Clarinet
Clayton Luckadoo

Bassoon
Shelby Capozzoli
Oleksandr Kashlyuk

Horn
Henry Nordhorn
Jenessa Hettwer

Trumpet
Caleb Brosnac

Harp
Vicki Chen

Percussion
Eddie Virtgaym

About SFCM’s Composition Department

Prize-winning faculty develop and refine the skills of the next generation of great composers. The composition department both honors tradition and encourages innovation. Our four versatile faculty members closely mentor students while maintaining high-profile composing careers. We strongly emphasize interdepartmental collaboration, matching composers with performers, as well as offer frequent concerts and readings of student works. Every year, SFCM hosts the Highsmith Competition, an internal composition contest that grants the winner a performance of the submitted work by the Conservatory Orchestra. You'll be able to take advantage of the extraordinarily rich musical life of San Francisco, home to some of the most groundbreaking musical activity of the past half-century.

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Departments and Faculty Involved with This Event

Composition