Most recent past events for Julie Barwick
San Francisco-based new music trio, Slow Wave performs a new arrangement of my Trio in Two Movements as well as a premiere by Brett Austin Eastman, a piece by the Israeli composer Aviya Kopelman, and a 20th-century work by English composer, Gordon Jacob.
Ayslin Rice gives her second Masters Recital featuring clarinet works by women composers such as Joan Tower, Clara Schumann, Vera Ivanova, Belinda Reynolds, Irene Armitage and myself. Her bass clarinet duo with Ivan Ferguson, Just This, will perform my piece, Suite for E.D.
The Center for New Music hosts its third Tracking Series, a series of roundtable discussions on gender and racial equity in contemporary music. On 1/31, the conversation focuses on women composers and gender equity in contemporary music led by Emma Logan and Julie Barwick of Helia Music Collective.
Second performance! What happens when early and new music intersect? Liaison Ensemble and Helia Music Collective team up to explore new music by composers Emily Koh, Lily Chen, Julie Barwick, and Emma Logan in response to music by Baroque composers Barbara Strozzi and Francesca Caccini.
Winnie Nieh and Paul Dab perform my songs, Nature Songs, in addition to other songs inspired by animals. This program benefits Interfaith Welcome’s Bay Area Refugee Support initiative.
What happens when early and new music intersect? Liaison Ensemble and Helia Music Collective team up to explore new music by composers Emily Koh, Lily Chen, Julie Barwick, and Emma Logan in response to music by Baroque composers Barbara Strozzi and Francesca Caccini.
Programmed by Berkeley Symphony with Anna Clyne
Works by composers from three continents come together to soak in the full moon’s glow. Berkeley Symphony musicians and friends perform six small-ensemble pieces written by living composers from three cities: two from San Francisco, two from Hamburg, and two from Shanghai.
Composers, Inc., in its 34th season, will present the 5th annual !BAMM! (Bay Area Modern Music) concert this spring. !BAMM! brings together Bay Area composers and performers in a festival-like environment that brings an enthusiastic close to the season. This year, the featured ensembles are SopraDuo, Siroko Duo, and violinist/composer Michèle Walther.
In conjunction with curator Emma Logan at the Center for New Music, Elevate presents this all-woman program. The amazing Evan D. Kahn will be performing an early solo cello piece of mine, Media Luna. Elevate interviewed me about revisiting an early composition, and you can read it here.
The all-female group, Hubbard Quartet, presents a program of all female composers in their first concert tour of the West Coast. In collaboration with curator Emma Logan, the program includes Julie Barwick’s “Shroud” and Vivian Fine’s “Capriccio”, and the West Coast premiere of Devree Lewis’ “Luz de Agosto” and Marilyn Zupnick’s “Oboe Quartet No. 1.”
Elevate Ensemble presents a concert of pieces inspired by Stravinsky’s “The Soldier’s Tale” as well as the original piece itself. As part of my composer-in-residence with Elevate, they will be premiering my new piece that picks up the story 33 years after the end of the original “The Soldier’s Tale.”
Experience love, loss, struggle, strength and Mother Nature with soprano Winnie Nieh and pianist Paul Dab. Featuring female composers Clara Schumann, Libby Larsen, Emma Logan, Julie Barwick and Rita Zhang.