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Sat, April 9, 2022, 7:30-9:30pm Pacific, in person and online\ \ Hybrid concert: Free in-person attendance at the Chi Cha Ming Hall, Bowes Center, SFConservatory of Music, SF (RSVP recommended) OR online on YouTube (RSVP requested)\ \ WORLD PREMIERES:\ \"Shimmer\" for percussion by Vivian Fung;\ \"Four-Vectors\" by E4TT co-founder David Garner, for vibraphone, cello, and double bass;\ Hydrocosmic Echoes for fixed media, cello, double bass, percussion, and piano by emerging Mills College graduate Stephanie Neumann;\ \"Where the Sun Blazes Like an Immortal Being\" for solo cello by Korean-American GLFCAM alumna Seo Yoon Soyoona Kim;\ \"Umbra\" for fixed media and double bass by Andrew Harlan;\ \"A Mind in the Branches\" for soprano, cello, double bass, vibraphone, and piano by Canadian composer Nicholas Denton Protsack.\ \ AND:\ \"Mystery\" (2020) for solo cello by Afghanistan refugee Milad Yousufi\ \"a bridge between starshine and clay\" (2018) for solo piano by two-spirit Quechua-Latinx composer inti figgis-vizueta;\ \"Where Branched Thoughts Murmur in the Wind\" (2000) for solo piano by Eric Moe.\ \ PLUS:\ The winner of the multimedia student composition competition, in collaboration with the SF Conservatory of Music Technical and Applied Composition Department.\ \ Performers: soprano Nanette McGuinness, cellist Abigail Monroe, and pianist Margaret Halbig will be joined by special guests percussionist Mika Nakamura and double bassist Yuchen Liu\ \ This concert is supported in part by a grant from The Phyllis C. Wattis Foundation. E4TT\'s 2021/22 home season is supported by a grant from the San Francisco Arts Commission, and sponsored, in part, by a grant from The Ross McKee Foundation. This activity is supported in part by the California Arts Council, a state agency. Learn more at\ \ Free\ \