Upcoming Event

KEYSCAPES 2024: New Identity in Improvisation for Piano and Percussion

featuring Ting Luo, Kevin Corcoran, Motoko Honda, and Kevin Lo

Presented by New Arts Collaboration at San Francisco International Arts Festival 


Get ready for an unforgettable musical journey as we proudly present "KEYSCAPES 2024: New Identity in Improvisation for Piano and Percussion," featuring an extraordinary lineup of Bay Area performing artists: pianist Ting Luo, percussionist Kevin Corcoran, pianist Motoko Honda, and pianist Kevin Lo. Each performer brings their unique interpretation of the new identity in contemporary and improvisational music.

Artists will perform using acoustic piano, prepared piano, and live electronics created through expressive gestures, and percussion showcasing extended techniques. The strategic positioning of the instruments throughout the venue will allow audiences the opportunity to fully immerse themselves in the experience. Audiences will have the option to explore the space and walk around to fully experience the soundscape.

This one-of-a-kind concert promises to push the boundaries of traditional piano and music performances, immersing you in a world of innovative sounds and captivating rhythmic and melodic ideas. Join us as these talented artists showcase their original improvisations.

Experience the enchantment of dynamic duets and trios, leading to a powerful culminating quartet performance. Brace yourself to be captivated by the boundless creativity of these innovative sound artists.


Date and Time: Sunday, May 12, 2:00 PM

Venue: Community Music Center, 544 Capp Street, SF, CA, 94110

More info, visit https://www.sfiaf.org/2024_new_art_collaboration

Buy Tickets, visit https://tikkl.com/sfiaf/c/festival?eventId=4304&section=buy-tickets




Ting Luo Piano Concert 

Presented by New Arts Collaboration 2024

Join us for an evening of groundbreaking music and multimedia art presented by New Arts Collaboration. This concert showcases the world premieres of "The Reef," "Points Becoming," and "Toy Phantasy," each bringing a unique blend of sound and visuals. These pieces delve into themes ranging from the fragility of marine ecosystems to the dynamic processes of transformation and imagination.

Featuring performances by the guest pianist Motoko Honda, composers Maria Kallionpää, Mark Winges, Vera Ivanova, the audio/visual group Dilate Ensemble, and visual artists including Andre Veloux, Anne Stagg, Jody Zellen, and Yalan Chang, the event promises to be an inspiring fusion of artistic disciplines. Experience the synergy of music, technology, and visual art in a setting that pushes the boundaries of contemporary performance.


Date and Time:

Venue: Old First Concerts, 1751 Sacramento Street, SF, CA 94109

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