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Noe Valley Chamber Music Presents: Decoda
4:00 PM - 6:00 PM Noe Valley Chamber Music
Date: December 02, 2018 to December 02, 2018
Where: Noe Valley Chamber Music, 1021 Sanchez Street, San Francisco, California, United States, 94114
Phone: N/A
Event Type: Arts & Theater
Ticket Price: N/A
NVCM presents Decoda, the Affiliate Ensemble of Carnegie Hall. For NVCM, Decoda performs a chamber concert of delightful and virtuosic music by Prokofiev, Schubert, Evan Premo, and more.

James Austin Smith, oboe
Alicia Lee, clarinet
Evan Premo, composer and double bass
Mary Bonhag, soprano
Meena Bhasin, viola
Owen Dalby, violin

3:30pm Doors
4:00pm Performance

EVAN PREMO Seasonal Song Cycle
BENJAMIN BRITTEN Six Metamorphoses after Ovid
EVAN PREMO Lullaby and Polska
SAMUEL BARBER/arr. Premo Nuvoletta
PROKOFIEV Quintet, Op. 39
SCHUBERT/arr. Dalby Hirt auf dem Felsen ("Shepherd on the Rock") D. 965

The performance lasts approximately 2 hours, with a short intermission with wine and cheese. Hosted reception with the artists and a post concert conversation with Kai Christiansen at La Boulangerie de Noe immediately follows.

TICKETS are $15-40, FREE for children 12 and under.
($40 General Admission / $35 Seniors / $15 Students)

Childcare is available. Limited street parking.

About Decoda:

Decoda is a New York City-based modular chamber ensemble dedicated to creating meaningful musical experiences through dynamic performances, education, and a quest for social impact.

Decoda provides engaging performances, interactive concerts, and enlightening discussions serving the widest possible types of audiences.

Music for Transformation, Decoda's social justice initiative, brings creative songwriting projects to help empower vulnerable and disenfranchised voices. Decoda's exemplary work in maximum-security prisons and in the juvenile justice system has been recognized by CNN, Huffington Post, the Associated Press, the Washington Post, and Billboard Magazine. Decoda has on three separate occasions been invited to the White House to perform and advocate for arts programming as a means for criminal justice reform.