Ekmeles returns to live-streaming with another free event creatively mixing live and pre-recorded elements, with an opening audio/visual set by Phong Tran. The performance will go live on January 16th at 8PM, and will stay online for a week following.
Phong Tran’s Away Message is an ambient visual mixtape about a breakup via AOL instant messenger.
Cassandra Miller’s Guide brings together two trios and a duo of mixed live and pre-recorded performers from across the country, Jessie Marino’s SOTU is a wild collage of choreography and word, Martin Iddon’s hamadryads features wine glasses and five live performances synchronized online, and finally Kayleigh Butcher and Bethany Younge’s Her Disappearance features voices filtered through PVC pipes.
- Cassandra Miller – Guide (2013)
- Martin Iddon – hamadryads (2010)
- Kayleigh Butcher and Bethany Younge – Her Disappearance (2015)
- Jessie Marino – SOTU (2019)
Personnel for concert
- Phong Tran, music and visuals for first set
- Charlotte Mundy, soprano and video
- Elisa Sutherland, mezzo soprano and video
- Tim Keeler, countertenor
- Steven Bradshaw, tenor
- Jeffrey Gavett, baritone and director
- Steven Hrycelak, bass
- Charles Mueller, sound and video engineer
Ekmeles’s 2020-2021 season is made possible with funds from the Amphion Foundation, The Aaron Copland Fund for Music, The Alice M. Ditson Fund, The Fritz Reiner Center for Contemporary Music, and the generosity of private donors.
This program is made possible in part with public funds from Creative Engagement, supported by New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature and administered by LMCC; and funding from the Upper Manhattan Empowerment Zone Development Corporation and administered by LMCC.
This program is supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council.
Tags: Bethany Younge, Cassandra Miller, Jessie Marino, Kayleigh Butcher, Martin Iddon