TAC Alumni—Fall Concert, October 13th

Join us on October 13th (Friday the 13th!), 2018 7:30pm at San Francisco Conservatory of Music. This'll be a concert of fresh works, live performance, dance and other arts, in the Recital Hall. We'll announce the program soon. Admission is free.

TAC Alumni—Behind the Scenes, June 2nd

“TAC* Behind the Scenes”: June 2, 2018 8:00pm at San Francisco Conservatory of Music. A look at writing music for dance, film and virtual reality. You'll see how a choreographer works with dancers to develop a short work; excerpts from films we've scored, and how the process works; and you'll see and hear how music is created for Virtual Reality [VR] games. Admission is free.

*TAC means Technology and Applied Composition at SFCM

Compositions by
 “Sky” (Jim Schuyler)
 Daria Novo
 Costas Dafnis
 Daniel De Togni
 Niko Korolog
Choreography by
 Khala Brannigan

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Help fund performances

Music makes a difference. And we support writing music. In many ways.

The project provides direct support for collaborative creation of music by emerging composers, including its staging, filming, video, live performance and recording. Admission to public events funded by the project is always free.

Funds you give here are used directly to pay musicians, dancers, choreographers, composers, venue, and the stage and tech experts for the public performances. The program is sponsored and administered by skyHi Digital, which fills the gap between what we raise and what we spend on these performances. (Your donation goes directly to those we support, and is not tax-deductible.)

“Sky Hi” Professional Development Grants
for SFCM students

For students enrolled at San Francisco Conservatory of Music.

 Fall 2017 award — Jose Soberanes
 Spring 2018 award — Thomas Soto

The Sky Hi Award supports the collaborative creation of new music for kinetic works and visual arts. This includes dance, multimedia, performance art, interactive performance, film, video virtual reality and animation. This award is intended to support both the creation of the music and the collaborative process with other artists.

Projects that utilize digital software workspaces or tools are preferred.

Applicants must include a letter of support from their collaborator, two representative work samples from within the last five years (in audio or video form), a one-page project proposal, and a project budget.

View more and apply at SFCM.EDU
Fall 2018 information will be available in September.

Who is this guy? What's behind this award?