June 7, 2021 @ 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm PDT
- Rain date: June 12, 5-6 pm
Performers: Sarah Kwak, Greg Ewer, violin; Charles Noble, Vali Phillips, viola; Nancy Ives, cello
Mozart: Duo in G major, K.423
Witold Lutoslawski: Bucolics for viola and cello
Mozart: String Quintet No.1 in B-flat Major, K.174
Address available at website below.
April 26, 2021 @ 7:30 pm
WHEN: Premiere broadcast at 7:30pm PT, Monday, April 26th
(available for 72 hours following the initial broadcast)
WHERE: Available to stream on Fear No Music’s YouTube channel
COST: $25 per household; $10 student and seniors
HOW: Visit fearnomusic.org to RSVP, donate, and receive concert links
Fear No Music’s season headliner features All-Star musicians Inés Voglar-Belgique (violin), Nancy Ives (cello), Michael Roberts (percussion), and musicians from BRAVO! Youth Orchestras in performance broadcast from The Old Church.
Jessie Montgomery, Rhapsody No. 1 for solo violin – an homage to the tradition of J.S. Bach’s solo violin Sonatas and Partitas, his Suites for solo cello and the six solo violin Sonatas of Eugène Ysaÿe
Marcos Balter, Descarga for solo percussion – a tribute to Balter’s Brazilian heritage, and the enormous percussion ensembles that perform during the official carnival parade in his hometown of Rio de Janeiro
James Lee III, Abraham’s Sons (In Memoriam: Trayvon Martin) for solo cello – a reaction to the tragic and unjust death of Trayvon Martin
BRAVO Youth Orchestras, NEW WORK (title TBD) World Premiere – a collective reaction of BRAVO’s student musicians to Nina Simone’s rendition of the yearning ballad, Tomorrow Is My Turn – featuring loops, beat makers, vocal recordings and the incorporation of their own instrumental sounds as well as performance clips from Fear No Music musicians
Daniel Bernard Roumain, Hip Hop Studies and Etudes (selections – surprise rendition) – “these vary greatly in style, from slow, introspective Neo-Classical ruminations to rhythmically complicated, riffy pieces that would not be out of place in a dance club” (Allan Kozinn, New York Times)
June 5, 2021 @ 7:00 pm
A virtual concert featuring 9 all-new compositions performed by all of PYP’s ensemble.
Commissioned composers for this round include Nicole Buetti, Alfonso Fuentes Colón, Kamran N. Ince, Nancy Ives, Texu Kim, Isabella Morrill, Reinaldo Moya, and PYP alumnus Kevin Walczyk.
E-tickets are on a “pay-what-you-can” scale. Paid orders include a $4 processing fee. All payments made towards our virtual concert are considered tax-deductible donations.
A free e-ticket is also an option.