There currently aren't any scheduled shows. Check back soon!

Recent Shows

REED FAMILY CONCERT: BOULEZ'S REPONS La Jolla, CA +
9500 Muir College Dr.
La Jolla, CA 92093
(858) 534-TIXS (8497)

Distinguished Professor of Music and Reed Family Presidential Chair Steven Schick will conduct the second annual Reed Family Concert at UC San Diego's Mandeville Auditorium. The concert will feature musicians from the Renga and Palimpsest ensembles and will include a performance of Pierre Boulez' Repons.

Music and Nature Series with Steven Schick La Jolla, CA, USA +
Conrad Prebys Hall
Gilman Parking Structure
La Jolla, CA 92093
USA

Music and Nature Series with Steven Schick
JOEL AND ANN REED FAMILY CONCERT
Conducted by Steven Schick / Soloists Aleck Karis (piano) and Nicolee Kuester (horn)
Renga performs Messiaen's "Des Canyons aux Etoiles"
Conrad Prebys Concert Hall
FREE admission

Ojai at Berkeley Festival 2015 Berkeley, CA, USA +
Hertz Hall
101 Zellerbach Hall, #4800
Berkeley, CA 94720-4800
USA

Wolfe, Harrison, Chavez, Ginastera
-----------------------------
Steven Schick, conductor
Wu Man, pipa
Renga
red fish blue fish
Mellissa Hughes, soprano

WOLFE Four Marys

HARRISON Concerto for Pipa

CHAVEZ Toccata for Percussion

GINASTERA Cantata para América Mágica

Ojai Festival 2015 Ojai, CA, USA +
210 S Signal St
Ojai, CA 93023
USA

ICE
Renga
Steven Schick, conductor

JOHN LUTHER ADAMS: Become River – WEST COAST PREMIERE
AARON COPLAND: Appalachian Spring (chamber version)

John Luther Adams, a musical poet of nature’s wonders; Aaron Copland, the singer of a nation’s spirit – are joined together in a concert celebrating the flow of living things.

Ojai Festival 2015 Ojai, CA, USA +
210 S Signal St
Ojai, CA 93023
USA

ICE
Wu Man, pipa
Renga, string ensemble
Peter Evans, trumpet
Miller Puckett & Rand Steiger, electronics
Steven Schick, conductor

RAND STEIGER: Template for Improvising Trumpeter and Ensemble
GEORGE LEWIS: The Will to Adorn
IANNIS XENAKIS: Thallein
JULIA WOLFE: Four Marys (string orchestra version) – World Premiere
LOU HARRISON: Concerto for Pipa with String Orchestra

A concert in which beauty takes many forms – sometimes wild, exuberant in its excess; sometimes chaste and restrained with a friendly nod to neighbors near and far.