Three Truths at Hot Air Festival
Mar
17
12:00 PM12:00

Three Truths at Hot Air Festival

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Jacob Rogers’ solo piano piece Three Truths to have its West coast premiere at the Hot Air Music Festival held at San Francisco Conservatory of Music, an all-day new classical music extravaganza organized by SFCM students.

Phoebe will be performing in the first session of the day the first of three movements: Because I adore you.

Hot Air Music Festival is come and go as you like, and free.

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I Will Learn To | University of Windsor
Feb
15
12:00 PM12:00

I Will Learn To | University of Windsor

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I Will Learn To— a new classical music concert highlighting relationships and empowerment, originally inspired by the Me Too movement. The program ranges from solo works to works for the entire ensemble, culminating with Christopher Cerrone’s “I will learn to love a person” for soprano, clarinet, piano, and percussion. Other composers include Mayke Nas, Jennifer Higdon, and Fjóla Evans. Each piece performed completes the phrase: I will learn to… e.g., Laugh More Often; Empower Myself & Others; Love a Person.

Trevor Pittman, clarinet

Jocelyn Zelasko, voice

Jordan Curcuruto, percussion

Phoebe Wu, piano

Special thanks to University of Windor and SoCA for making this possible.

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I Will Learn To | Oakland University
Feb
13
7:00 PM19:00

I Will Learn To | Oakland University

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I Will Learn To— a new classical music concert highlighting relationships and empowerment, originally inspired by the Me Too movement. The program ranges from solo works to works for the entire ensemble, culminating with Christopher Cerrone’s “I will learn to love a person” for soprano, clarinet, piano, and percussion. Other composers include Mayke Nas, Griffin Candey, and Fjóla Evans. Each piece performed completes the phrase: I will learn to… e.g., Laugh More Often; Empower Myself & Others; Love a Person.

Nick Zoulek, saxophone

Jocelyn Zelasko, voice

Jordan Curcuruto, percussion

Phoebe Wu, piano

Special thanks to Oakland University and the OU School of Music, Theatre and Dance for making this possible.

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I Will Learn To | Sonare
Nov
8
8:00 PM20:00

I Will Learn To | Sonare

I Will Learn To— a new classical music concert highlighting relationships and empowerment, originally inspired by the Me Too movement. The program ranges from solo works to works for the entire ensemble, culminating with Christopher Cerrone’s “I will learn to love a person” for soprano, clarinet, piano, and percussion. Other composers include Jennifer Higdon, Mayke Nas, and Fjóla Evans. Each piece performed completes the phrase: I will learn to… e.g., Laugh More Often; Empower Myself & Others; Love a Person.

Chelsea Villanueva, clarinet

Jocelyn Zelasko, voice

Jordan Curcuruto, percussion

Phoebe Wu, piano

Pay what you want. Thanks to Sonare for making this event possible.

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I Will Learn To | C4NM
Nov
4
7:00 PM19:00

I Will Learn To | C4NM

A new classical music concert highlighting relationships and empowerment, originally inspired by the Me Too movement. Works by Christopher Cerrone, Jennifer Higdon, Mayke Nas, Fjóla Evans, and more. Each piece performed will complete the phrase: I will learn to… e.g., Laugh More Often; Empower Myself & Others; Love a Person.

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Yarn Wire Institute
Jun
19
to Jul 2

Yarn Wire Institute

Held at Stony Brook University, the Yarn/Wire Institute is a place for practitioners of modern music to hone their skills and collaborate with dedicated artists from across the globe. Now in its third year, the 13-day institute for pianists, percussionists, and composers focuses on the the music of today in its vast diversity of sound and style. Zosha Di Castri (Columbia University) and Mei-Fang Lin (Taipei National University) join the institute as composer collaborators.

Phoebe is excited to be attending with Andrew Grossman in their percussion/piano duo Slice n Dice.

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