Sunday, September 24, 2023 at 4:00PMPiedmont Center for the Arts 801 Magnolia Ave, Piedmont, CA 94611
What does “American” music sound like to you? American Intersections reflect our country and communities: a culmination of people from all backgrounds with musical influences from across the globe. We invite you to listen to a colorful array of music that truly makes up the “American sound,” including jazz, folk, spirituals, and funk—influences that represent the variety of voices in America.
Join us as the music of Vijay Iyer, Margaret Bonds, Molly Joyce, Jessie Montgomery, and Anton Dvorak inspire your interpretation of what America sounds like.
Britt Day, piano
Emanuela Nikiforova, violin
Ilana Thomas, violin
Jacob Joseph, viola
Elaine Kreston, cello
Dig the Say
Anatomy is Destiny
String Quartet No. 12 in F major, Op. 96 "American"
Free Pre-Concert Chat 1 hour before
These informative and engaging pre-concert talks offer fascinating insights into the music you are about to experience. Learn about the program’s cultural and historical context, along with guided listening. Additionally, there will be live interviews with guest artists, composers, and orchestra musicians! Music talks take place one hour before all Symphonic Series concerts. Admission is free to all ticket holders.