The San Francisco Contemporary Music Players, in conjunction with the University of California at Berkeley, is performing a series of concerts over the next five months consisting largely of World Premieres of specially commissioned new works. The series, named Project TenFourteen, includes new music from ten of the world's most significant living composers and begins on Sunday, November 16 with a program that features two premieres from George Crumb. Yesteryear and Yellow Moon of Andalusia will both be performed by mezzo-soprano Tony Arnold and SFCMP pianist Kate Campbell, with percussionists William Winant and Nick Woodbury joining on the former. Crumb's Five Pieces for Piano will also be performed at this event. The final concert of the series, which will take place on March 29, 2015, will include yet another Crumb World Premiere as well as a new work by Chou Wen-Chung. Each program will include a pre-concert talk and a post-concert reception with the composers and artists. Click here to learn more about the first concert in this series and click here to purchase tickets to these concerts.