Choral Chameleon, Group in Residence at Brooklyn's ground-breaking music incubator National Sawdust and known for their effortless mixed-genre programming - brings a preview of the final program of their 10th Anniversary concert series to San Francisco!
MIND: This concert-essay tells, from the musician's perspective, about what it takes to surrender to music and to become one's full musical self.
It explores the relationship between trusted teacher and eager student. It dabbles in solfège and other native musical languages, and it asserts and upholds the science behind the notion that musicians’ minds are different and special.
A true love song to their musician colleagues, the program will include works by THREE of Choral Chameleon's Composers-In-Residence thus far, as well as a surprise premiere or two on top!
At the center: Adam Ward's exquisite choral setting of texts from the famed book "Gradus ad Parnassum" for choir and cello - truly a piece not to be missed!
**There is also a second chance to hear this program at the San Francisco Conservatory of Music on Tuesday, May 8th at 7:30pm. More info will be available at SFCM.edu**