09
Sep 21

John Luther Adams – Veils and Vesper

October 21 at 7PM at the Winter Garden in Brookfield Place, Ekmeles performs as part of John Luther Adams’s Veils and Vesper.

Experience an immersive sound installation within the Winter Garden palm trees as part of Brookfield Place‘s annual music series, New Sounds Live, curated by John Schaefer of WNYC.

The installation titled, Veils and Vesper, is a composition of synthetic sounds by John Luther Adams that is formed by the interactions of a mathematical algorithm and prime numbers to create a sensuous, ever-changing soundscape.

We will sing for one hour during this six-hour installation work for electronics that loops from October 16-24.

Further information here

  • John Luther Adams – Veils and Vesper (2006) World Premiere of version with live performers

Personnel for concert

Ekmeles’s 2021-2022 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 supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council.


03
Sep 21

Undoing Language

Brian O’Doherty, Structural Play: Vowel Grid, 1970. Performance, Grianan Aileach, Donegal, Ireland, 1998. 
Courtesy of the artist and Brenda Moore-McCann.

October 8 at 7PM at the Kitchen, we’re honored to participate in a program honoring Brian O’Doherty through the presentation of his early performance works. While we won’t be dressed as fashionably as the performers of the Vowel Grid above, we will be giving the very first performance of his Vowel Chorus for Five Voices!

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  • Patrick O’Doherty – Vowel Chorus for Five Voices (1968) World Premiere

Personnel for concert

Ekmeles’s 2021-2022 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 supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council.