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Arts & Entertainment - March 25, 2022

'Imagine' that

A hundred artworks by local students inspired an ambitious new work by pianist Taylor Eigsti

by Heather Zimmerman

Jazz pianist and composer Taylor Eigsti had no shortage of inspiration when he was writing a new piece of music called "Imagine Our Future." The ideas behind the piece were actually crowdsourced: Eigsti drew on 100 works of art created by Bay Area students to compose the nine-movement work for a large ensemble.

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