Watch our 2020 e-festival here. HEAR NOW brings you selections from our previous festivals online.


And in response to Covid-19, HEAR NOW Thursdays brings you a special work from a past festival. Click here.


April 23: UCLA Philharmonia, Neal Stulberg, conductor: selections from the 2018 HEAR NOW/Philharmonia program:
Peter Knell: Lines / Angles
Jeffrey Holmes: Tjur
Bruce Broughton: Salmagundi (with the Lyris Quartet as soloists)
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April 24: Electroacoustic program in collaboration with People Inside Electronics
featuring Brightwork newmusic
Selections from past PIE/HN programs:
Liviu Marinescu: Bent
Cristina Lord: 24
John Christopher Dobrian: Point of No Arrival
Peter S. Chin: Screaming Shapes
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April 30: Chamber Music Concert with selections from past festivals including:
John Adams: Road Music
Andrew Moses: see everything the sun glow
Reena Esmail: Teen Murti
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May 1: Chamber Music Program curated from past festivals
Saad Haddad: Kamen Fantasy
Kay Kyurim Rhie: Threshold
Vera Ivanova: Quiet Light
Patrick O’Malley: Abjoyndon Crest
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May 2: Chamber Music Program curated from past festivals
Mark Lanz Weiser: Flash
Andrew Norman: Mine, Mime, Meme
Alan Shockley: candlepin.bowling.deadwood
Fahad Siadat: The Vast Sea
Gernot Wolfgang: Route 33
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May 3: Chamber Music Program curated from past festivals
William Kraft: Concerto for Percussion and Chamber Ensemble                            
Nina Shekhar: Quirkhead
Dante De Silva: Hungry
Karen Tanaka: Water and Stone
Russell Steinberg: Subterranean Dance
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Check out videos from the previous years!

How are works selected for the Hear Now Music Festival?


More about HEAR NOW

Learn more about our first Hear Now-sponsored commissioned composer: Nina Shekhar

Brightworks newmusic heading to Paris!

Hear Now Associate Artistic Director and composer Sarah Gibson Talks Toy Pianos and Sound Investments

Harmony Project Students Reflect on Hear Now Workshop and Concert

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