01 February 2011

Hot Air Music Festival schedule

Here's the full schedule for the Hot Air Music Festival, this Sunday February 6, at the San Francisco Conservatory of Music. Sorry if this is a little messy, it's the sort of cut-and-paste thing I rarely do and I don't have time to fix it. I have to miss this myself, but it looks like an amazing afternoon/evening:

1:45 Triumphant Digitally Synthesized Fanfare To Hot Air Music Festival by Red Bennett
2:00 Michael Gordon’s Industry, Lou Harrison’s Concerto for Violin and Percussion and Osvaldo Golijov’s Dreams and Prayers of Isaac the Blind in the Recital Hall
3:00 Paul Bergel’s Winchester House of Mystery Suite and George Crumb’s Vox Balaenae in the Recital Hall
4:00 Music by Matthew Cmiel, John Russell, Derrick Spiva, Jr. and Christopher Porter in the Recital Hall
5:00 Music by Louis Cruz, Pantawit Kiangsiri, Pierre Jalbert and David Gottlieb in the Concert Hall / Music by Anthony Porter, Luciano Chessa, Harry Whitney and Alden Jenks in the Recital Hall
6:00 Music by Devon Farney and Stephen Hartke in the Concert Hall / Music by Clayton Moser, Aaron Pike and David Lang’s Little Match Girl Passion in the Recital Hall
7:00 Louis Andriessen’s Worker’s Union and Steve Reich’s Six Pianos in the Concert Hall
8:00 Samuel Adams’ Tension Study No.1, Arvo Paert’s Spiegel im Spiegel and Dan Becker’s Gridlock in the Concert Hall
9:00 Kajia Saariaho’s Pres and John Adams’ The Dharma at Big Sur in the Concerto Hall

You can find out more about the Festival here.

3 comments:

John Marcher said...

I'll be there. You can take your envy out on me at the foodcourt next week. Besides think of the audience for a "free" event- they would have just pissed you off to no end.

pjwv said...

Well, I can't be two places at once, and sometimes we miss out on things. And it's not as if I won't be happy to be where I'm going to be. So maybe next festival for me.

And yeah and hahaha! about the audience -- but what audience doesn't piss me off no end? The audience for this could really go either way, because it's new music and music-student-oriented: so people could be very dedicated and attentive, or they could be . . . well, you know -- an audience. Like those morons who were whispering at the CMASH concert last Friday.

John Marcher said...

subversively chuckles to himelf,,,,