December 10, 2018​ ​- “All of The Future: In Celebration of Children" Famously described in a 1981 US Department of Health Survey as “one-third of the population and all of the future,” today’s children face unique and unprecedented challenges throughout the world. Fear No Music presents emotional new works that examine issues such as gun violence, homophobia, migration, suicide and grief. The program includes works by David Del Tredici, Larry Bell, and the only performance ever of Kenji Bunch’s ​Sandcastle No. 6.

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January 21, 2019​ ​- “Locally Sourced Sounds”
 Fear No Music has a long tradition of championing and supporting local talent and culture. This annual program celebrates music created right here in the Pacific Northwest by the composers living among us. Come hear brand new music, including the premiere of a work generated by the group’s Call For Scores. A post-concert reception offers opportunity for audience members to mingle with the composers while enjoying fine craft food and beverage offerings by prominent local vendors.
 

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March 25, 2019​ ​-  “Because Of Her, We Make Songs: ​Music for Female Poets” With a title borrowed from a poem by Luci Tapahonso, the first Poet Laureate of the Navajo Nations, this concert focuses on musical settings of text by women poets from around the world. The program features songs by Ricky Ian Gordon, Florence B. Price, Jenni Pinnock, and Lee Hoiby, among others.

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May 6, 2019​ ​- "Japanarama: The ​Ongoing​ Influence of Japanese Culture”  For a country the size of California, Japan has long provided an outsized influence on Western culture. In this special collaboration with Portland Taiko, Fear No Music celebrates continuing trends in today’s musical world. As part of the steadfast work of looking beyond borders with curiosity and respect, this program highlights the diverse fabric of our own neighborhoods.

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June 14, 2019​ ​(12pm)​ ​-  “​Folk you, too!” A re-airing of last season’s bonus concert, this program is a vibrantly diverse and creative showcase of music from countries around the world that have been maligned and misunderstood in our national conversation. Featured composers are Arturo Corrales of El Salvador, Joshua Uzoigwe of Nigeria, and Haitian-American Nathalie Joachim. The concert coincides with President Donald Trump’s birthday, and as a special tribute, concludes with Daniel Felsenfeld’s ​Presidential Address, a sober, unflinching setting of the President’s own words from the infamous ​Access: Hollywood​ tapes. Tickets for this concert are $10.

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