It’s been a while since you’ve heard about any new music from me – but rest assured, I’ve been very hard at work, and now I’m thrilled to announce ‘mid the steep sky’s commotion, a new piece composed for the acclaimed Grammy-nominated choir The Crossing (they’re amazing, truly), in collaboration with visual artist Caroline Santa (also amazing). The Crossing will premiere the work on June 11, 2017 as the first concert of their 2017 Month of Moderns, in the Crane Arts Icebox in Philadelphia, PA. The work explores the enigmatic and impenetrable quality of wind, its singular and intimate relationship to the detritus of a city, and what this relationship suggests about language, time, and transience. Heady, but oh so cool.
Mark your calendars – this one is going to be special:
Sunday, June 11 @ 4pm
The Icebox at Crane Arts
1400 N. American St.
Philadelphia, PA 19122
Get your tickets here!
And stay tuned: over this next week, I’ll be sharing a bit about my process in writing the piece, with images and sounds, poems and musings.
Finally, if you’d like to learn more and contribute towards the work, go here.
Thanks, dear friends, and see you on June 11th!