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Agata Zubel by Tomasz Kulak
Other Minds
and the Polish Cultural Institute in New York
present:


AGATA ZUBEL, composer and vocalist
Other Minds Festival of New Music - San Francisco


Tuesday, March 1, 2011 - Thursday, March 10, 2011

OTHER MINDS FESTIVAL
Kanbar Hall, JCC of San Francisco
3200 California Street at Presidio Avenue
San Francisco, CA 94118

Thursday & Friday, March 3 & 4

7:00 pm Panel Discussion
8:00 pm Concert


Tickets: $30- $40 single concert // $25 students, $77-$102 festival passes // $51 students
Tel. 415.292.1233
or online at www.jccsf.org/arts or www.otherminds.org

Click here for more about concerts
in Chicago and Seattle



The premier new music festival on the West Coast - Los Angeles Times


A Who's Who of the avant-garde - Weekend Edition, National Public Radio


Agata Zubel (b. 1978), prolific, award-winning, composer and singer, will perform in Chicago and Seattle and will be featured during the Other Minds Festival in San Francisco, as one of the nine most exciting and innovative composers from around the world. This 16th festival, with Director Charles Amirkhanian at the helm, continues an annual tradition of concerts and artists' talks by the most creative voices from across the musical spectrum.


Two works by Zubel will be presented during the festival: Cascando (2004) performed with the Seattle Chamber Players & Agata Zubel and Parlando (2000) performed by Agata Zubel (voice & electronics).


The 2011 festival will also feature Louis Andriessen (Netherlands), I Wayan Balawan (Indonesia), Han Bennink (Netherlands), Kyle Gann (USA), Janice Giteck (USA), David A. Jaffe (USA), and Jason Moran (USA)


Since 1993 the Other Minds Festival has featured over 150 composers and 500 guest performers from more than 35 countries, among them such artists as Laurie Anderson, Philip Glass, Ned Rorem, and Frederic Rzewski. Other Minds encourages contemporary music in all its forms through concerts, world premieres, panel discussions, workshops, and fosters cross-cultural exchange and creative dialogue by exploring areas in new music seldom addressed by mainstream institutions.



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