Discover György Ligeti; Life and Legacy

Discover György Ligeti; Life and Legacy

"Ligeti emerged as a singular figure: a composer with a voice that evolved across a lifetime, a man alone, beholden to no school or “-ism.” Read more!

Festival Preview II

Festival Preview II

Program Two
Modern Times: Dreams of the Absurd

4pm, Saturday March 18
Noe Valley Ministry
1021 Sanchez St (at 23rd), San Francisco

Robert Schumann: Märchenerzählungen (Fairytales) for clarinet, viola, and piano
Gyula Krúdy: Short story reading
György Ligeti: Mysteries of the Macabre: Three arias from Le grande macabre
Luna Pearl Woolf and Samuel Beckett: Act Without Words I with a new musical score
Ligeti: Continuum for solo harpsichord
Ligeti: Études for Piano (selections)

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Festival Preview I

Festival Preview I

Program One:
Hungarian Roots

7:30pm, Friday, March 17
Noe Valley Ministry
1021 Sanchez St. (at 23rd), San Francisco

Transylvanian Folk Music by the New Moon Trio
Ligeti: Musica ricercata
Ligeti: Sonata for Solo Cello
Bartók: String Quartet No. 2
Roberto Sierra: Songs from the Diaspora

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Luna Pearl Woolf

Luna Pearl Woolf

Project Spotlight: New Music for Beckett

Part of our mission at Bard Music West is to create and promote new music. Which is why it was important to us to commission a composer starting with our very first season.

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