Time is forever dividing itself toward innumerable futures | River to River Festival

Time is forever dividing itself toward innumerable futures | River to River Festival

Nelson A. Rockefeller Park (map)

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Premiere of Time is forever dividing itself toward innumerable futures, a collaboration with lauded choreographer Pam Tanowitz. The newly commissioned score by Ted Hearne is performed by the composer (voice/electronics) along with electric guitarist Taylor Levine  and four french horns. Tickets are free.

Time is forever dividing itself toward innumerable futures | River to River Festival

Time is forever dividing itself toward innumerable futures | River to River Festival

Nelson A. Rockefeller Park (map)

more information available here

Premiere of Time is forever dividing itself toward innumerable futures, a collaboration with lauded choreographer Pam Tanowitz. The newly commissioned score by Ted Hearne is performed by the composer (voice/electronics) along with electric guitarist Taylor Levine  and four french horns. Tickets are free.

Letter to my Father | Caramoor

Letter to my Father | Caramoor

Caramoor Center for Music and Arts (map)

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Grammy-winning experimental vocal project Roomful of Teeth performs Letter to my Father (from Coloring Book) on Caramoor’s summer series. Also on the program will be music by Caroline Shaw, Merrill Garbus, William Britelle, and Missy Mazzoli.

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Vocal Set | Resonant Bodies Festival

Vocal Set | Resonant Bodies Festival

Roulette (map)

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I’ll be previewing a piece commissioned by Carnegie Hall and a new song cycle set to Dorothea Lasky’s fearlessly frank yet seductively prophetic poetry collection AWE. Anaïs Maviel and Kate Soper will also perform sets as part of Resonant Bodies 2019 festival.

Ted Hearne, voice and electronics
Ashley Bathgate, cello 
Taylor Levine, electric guitar 
Nathan Koci, keyboards 
Diana Wade, viola 
Ron Wiltrout, drums 

Live Things | Walker Center

Live Things | Walker Center

Walker Art Center (map)

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“Some of the most expressive socially engaged music in recent memory—from any genre.” —Pitchfork

The lush, stingingly true poetry of Dorothea Lasky has inspired Los Angeles–based composer Ted Hearne’s new theatrical song cycle, igniting hearts and minds with ferocity and grace. With frank observations of the everyday intertwined with revelatory maneuverings of his own voice, Hearne’s smart mélange of traditional and contemporary tonalities has an accessible pop sheen. He is backed by a quintet of nationally in-demand musicians for this intimate 12-song suite that engages audiences in a complex loving meditation on the personal and the domestic, while savoring the depths of the wildness within. A real-time installation by conceptual artist Rachel Perry, with direction and lighting by Peabody Southwell, turns the music and poetry into a living, fruiting organism.

Program length: 75 minutes.

Copresented by the SPCO’s Liquid Music Series.

Ted Hearne, voice and electronics
Ashley Bathgate, cello 
Taylor Levine, electric guitar 
Nathan Koci, keyboards 
Diana Wade, viola 
Ron Wiltrout, drums 

Live Things | Walker Center

Live Things | Walker Center

Walker Art Center (map)

tickets and more information available here

“Some of the most expressive socially engaged music in recent memory—from any genre.” —Pitchfork

The lush, stingingly true poetry of Dorothea Lasky has inspired Los Angeles–based composer Ted Hearne’s new theatrical song cycle, igniting hearts and minds with ferocity and grace. With frank observations of the everyday intertwined with revelatory maneuverings of his own voice, Hearne’s smart mélange of traditional and contemporary tonalities has an accessible pop sheen. He is backed by a quintet of nationally in-demand musicians for this intimate 12-song suite that engages audiences in a complex loving meditation on the personal and the domestic, while savoring the depths of the wildness within. A real-time installation by conceptual artist Rachel Perry, with direction and lighting by Peabody Southwell, turns the music and poetry into a living, fruiting organism.

Program length: 75 minutes.

Copresented by the SPCO’s Liquid Music Series.

Ted Hearne, voice and electronics
Ashley Bathgate, cello 
Taylor Levine, electric guitar 
Nathan Koci, keyboards 
Diana Wade, viola 
Ron Wiltrout, drums