Pianist Sarah Cahill Announces Virtual Performances in March 2021
March 11: San Francisco Symphony’s SFSymphony+ Soundbox series
March 20: The Future is Female Concert presented by Community School of Music & Arts
San Francisco, CA – Sarah Cahill, described as “a sterling pianist and an intrepid illuminator of the classical avant-garde” by The New York Times, announces two virtual events in March 2021, including concerts presented by the San Francisco Symphony’s SFSymphony+ Soundbox series and the Community School of Music & Arts.
Cahill’s recent and upcoming streaming speaking engagements have included a two-day discussion presented by the Boulanger Initiative, The Future is Female: In Conversation and Performance (watch online); a Piano Talk presented by the Ross McKee Foundation titled Challenging the Canon (watch online); a panel presented by American Composers Forum on Advocating for Gender Equity; a webinar presented by the San Francisco Symphony, Five Composers You Should Know (Who Happen to be Women) (November 10); At Home with Sarah Cahill a workshop presented by Amateur Music Network, where Cahill spoke about her life in new music and performed a short concert (watch online).
Her previous streamed performances during the pandemic have included the Bang on a Can Marathon in June 2020, a concert presented by Harrison House in Joshua Tree as part of Cahill’s residency there (watch online); a Piano Break recital presented by the Ross McKee Foundation, featuring the world premiere of Regina Harris Baiocchi’s Piano Poems, inspired by poetry by Gwendolyn Brooks and Richard Wright (watch online); a faculty performance at the San Francisco Conservatory of Music, featuring the world premiere of Up for two pianos by Riley Nicholson, performed with Regina Myers (watch online); as well as appearances streamed by Musaics of the Bay and Old First Concerts.
Sarah Cahill’s Upcoming Virtual Performances
Thursday, March 11, 2021: San Francisco Symphony’s SFSymphony+ Soundbox series
Sarah Cahill performs Elizabeth Ogonek’s “In this uncontainable night,” from Orpheus Suite (after Rilke) and Bach’s Invention No. 13 in A minor, BWV 784 on this program curated by SF Symphony Collaborative Partner and classical vocalist Julia Bullock. This century-spanning program bridges defiant contrasts and unearths surprising connections, and also features members of the SF Symphony and Chorus and violinist Benjamin Beilman.
Saturday March 20 at 7:30pm PT: The Future is Female Concert presented by Community School of Music & Arts
To mark the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment, Sarah Cahill presents her third concert at CSMA, featuring classical works from her latest project, The Future is Female, including music by Hélène de Montgeroult, Clara Schumann, Teresa Carreño, Amy Beach, Vítězslava Kaprálová, and Margaret Bonds.
For more information about Sarah Cahill, visit www.sarahcahill.com.