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Ensemble for These Times (E4TT) brings new, nearly new, forbidden, and forgotten music to light. We focus on 20th and 21st century music that is relevant, engaging, original and compelling—that resonates today and will speak to tomorrow—and we strongly believe in the power of artistic beauty, intelligence, wit, lyricism, and irony to create a deep understanding of our times and the human condition. E4TT's debut CD Surviving: Women's Words (Centaur CRC 3490) has been submitted for consideration for the 59th Grammy Awards and was reviewed at Examiner.com as "...four passionate meditations on the Holocaust experience delivered through a unique and highly compelling pair of voices, those of both composer and singer" and at American Record Guide as "fascinating," with music that is "...compelling, varied and harmonically interesting" and "creates a dark, contemplative atmosphere."

Congratulations to our 56x54 2016 CALL FOR SCORES composers , whose works will be performed in the 2016/17 and 2017/18 seasons. Read the press release and see more about them. Thank you all for sharing your artistry and talent with us!
E4TT has been awarded a Silver Medal in the 2016 Global Music Awards for "Surviving: Women's Words," as has E4TT composer David Garner for the recording of his "Spoon River Songs."

Next Concert

JANUARY
17
2017

Tuesday, January 17, 2017, 12:30 p.m., San Francisco

Old St. Mary's Cathedral, 660 California Street, San Francisco

Noontime Concerts

International/Modern: Music by 21st century international composers from E4TT's 2016 Call for Scores--Klaus Miehling (Germany) and Polina Nazaykinskaya (Russia)--plus 20th century international composers Henriette Bosmans (Netherlands), Erich Korngold (Czech Republic), Lajos Delej (Hungary), and Franz Waxman (Germany).

McGuinness, Tsang, and cellist Anne Lerner-Wright

Admission Free

Ensemble for These Times is honored to be a fiscally sponsored affiliate of the San Francisco Friends of Chamber Music, a non-profit organization dedicated to the service of chamber music in California.