On October 26 and 27, 2013, San Francisco's Crissy Field will be turned into a vast musical canvas as part of composer Lisa Bielawa's expansive new project, Airfield Broadcasts. Crissy Broadcast is a massive, spatialized symphony involving more than 800 professional, student, and amateur musicians including orchestras, bands, and experimental new music groups. These musicians will perform on Crissy Field for thousands of music lovers and park goers.
You can be a part of the experience! Individual amateur instrumentalists may apply to participate in this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity through a San Francisco Symphony Community of Music Makers partnership with Crissy Broadcast! There will be three sixty minute performances - two on Saturday, October 26, and on Sunday, October 27. You will work with composer Lisa Bielawa on Wednesday, October 2 and Friday, October 4 at a rehearsal space in Davies Symphony Hall and will gather at Crissy Field along with hundreds of other musicians to create this exciting new musical-environmental experience. There is no cost. You must participate in all three performances. Learn more at sfsymphony.org/musicmakers and airfieldbroadcasts.org
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