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Join us for an exploration of new choral music by a diverse collection of contemporary composers.You will be part of the experience as singers and audience interact. "Quotations" features the world premiere of Argentine-American composer Ezequiel Vinao's The Wanderer, a setting of an ancient Anglo-Saxon poem. Fanfare magazine has commented, "the powerful, evocative music of Ezequiel Vinao is a real find. It is intensely communicative without sacrificing invention and originality." Works by Paul Schoenfield, Carlos Sanchez Gutierrez, Robert Kyr, Arthur Jarvinen and Steven Stucky round out the concert.

First Congregational Church, 2345 Channing Way
Sunday, September 17, 2006 / 7pm

San Francisco
TERRA, 511 Harrison Street
Friday, September 22, 2006 / 8pm
Sunday, September 24, 2006 / 7pm

Santa Clara
Mission Santa Clara, Santa Clara University
Saturday, September 23, 2006 / 8pm

Tickets are available through City Box Office (415-392-4400 or 800-407-1400) or online at www.chanticleer.org

Contact: Amy Bryan, Director of Marketing & PR, 415-252-8589 ext. 306 or email abryan@chanticleer.org


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