Presenter Information

Congratulations on your acceptance!

We are looking forward to your presentations and performances. The final program has been posted to the website and a tech equipment letter emailed to each presenter. Please note, wifi isn’t available in 131 or 136 so please download required materials beforehand. (Internet will be available via an ethernet cord). 

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Special Concert Offer

As a presenter and registrant, there is a special offer of comp tickets to Eureka! participants for Earplay’s West Coast Legacies 30th Anniversary Concert. The first 10  Eureka! participants to email They will only be given to EUREKA! participants who sign up including their email contact. If participants want to bring a plus 1, them know student tix are only $10. So it’s a pretty cheap date for what is going to be an AMAZING evening of new music!

Earplay West Coast Legacies 30th Anniversary Season Concert

I don’t want to wear my compositional tools on my sleeve. — Lou Harrison

The third and final concert of Earplay’s milestone 30th season will be performed on May 18, 2015. San Francisco’s ODC Theater will play host to an evening that runs the gamut of new chamber music, and features five world premieres, including Carla Lucero’s El Castillo Interior: The Interior Castle, Guillermo Galindo’s Plink, a birthday in a box, Bruce Christian Bennett’s twasome, Peter Josheff’s Big Brother, and Nicolas Tztortzis’ Emak-Bakia, a score written to the Man Ray film of the same title. Also on the program is Lou Harrison’s Threnody for Carlos Chávez, written for viola and gamelan. Conducted by Mary Chun, the core members of Earplay include Terrie Baune, violin; Tod Brody, flutes; Peter Josheff, clarinets; Thalia Moore, cello; Ellen Ruth Rose, viola; and Brenda Tom, piano. Guest artists on Concert 3 include Leighton Fong (cello), Matt Ingalls, (clarinet), Stacey Pelinka (flute), Randall Wong (male soprano), and the U.C. Davis Gamelan Ensemble, led by Henry Spiller.

Time: May 18th, Preconcert talk with composers at 6:45pm; Concert at 7:30pm; reception following concert
Where: ODC Theater, 3153 17th Street (at Shotwell), San Francisco
Phone: 415.863.9834
Tickets: $25/general; $10/students
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