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TAC for Climate Change


Caroline H. Hume Concert Hall
50 Oak Street, San Francisco, CA 94102
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Musical Call for Climate Action

Join the Technology and Applied Composition program and their collaborators, The ClimateMusic Project, for this special international event, merging live performances at SFCM with a concert hall in Vienna Austria, as well as a global audience live streaming.  

Featuring a range of climate-themed music from across music genres from classical to hip hop including our own Telegraph Quartet (SFCM Quartet in Residence) and 009 (TAC '23).  A highlight will be the premiere of a call to action by Oakland's Khafre Jay, Founder of Hip Hop for Change and Martin Luther McCoy.  Our partner in Vienna, Yury Revich, is internationally recognized as one the the world's most in-demand violin soloists.  The program includes interactive audience engagement, to provide ideas and resources for each one of us to make a difference in addressing climate change.

To accommodate time zones, the performance will begin at 11:00am, with audiences being asked to arrive at 10:30

About SFCM’s Technology and Applied Composition Department

Get ready for a career on the edge of art and technology. Since its inception only a few years ago, the Technology and Applied Composition (TAC) program has taken off like no one could have imagined. This highly exclusive course of study gives students a direct path into the worlds of film scoring, video game sound design, and other rewarding musical avenues. Featuring instruction from some of the most visible composers in the industry today, the TAC music degree readies you for a cutting-edge compositional life, bridging art and technology in the most dynamic ways imaginable.
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