Known for his poignant use of deteriorated archival footage to open new doors of perception about our shared history, filmmaker Bill Morrison has crafted his own detective story out of his latest film music venture with composer David Lang, aptly titled The Village Detective: a song cycle.
8explores the dimensional quality of sound, as part of a series of works by Michael Gordon that began with Timber for six percussionists, and includes Rushes for seven bassoonists and Amplified for four electric guitarists.
The long awaited follow-up by John Luther Adams and the Seattle Sympony is here June 14!
“Become Desert is both a celebration of the deserts we are given, and a lamentation of the deserts we create.”
Vicky Chow & Michael Gordon deliver “a delirium state of rare potency” (Pitchfork)
In his first return to Yiddish poetry since his Pulitzer-nominated and all the days were purple, composer Alex Weiser turns his focus to the city at night, setting to music three poems by Jewish immigrant poets of the turn of the 20th century.
Writing for the New York Times, Corinna da Fonseca-Wollheim digs into the work of John Luther Adams, including his new memoir Silences So Deep and the “...intoxicating introduction to Mr. Adams’s psychoacoustic geology of the spirit” that is The Become Trilogy.