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July 9, 2020

The Purity of Play in Yevgeniy Sharlat’s “Spare the Rod!”

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Yevgeniy Sharlat was busy in 2013 facing the greatest challenge a composer can endure — raising two toddlers. “They took over our lives, of...

For Its Latest Fest of Mini-Operas, One Ounce Celebrates Female Opera...

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One Ounce Opera launches its Fifth Annual Fresh Squeezed Ounce of Opera festival. And in a One Ounce Opera first, all four micro-operas performed on...

Small Moments of Life in the Face of “Everest”

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Austin Opera scales the musical and dramatic peaks of the sleek, tension-filled "Everest"

More Music for James Turrell Skyspace

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There's lots more music planned for "The Color Inside," James Turrell's skyspace atop the University of Texas' Student Activity Center. Landmarks, UT's public art program,...

A New Music Party Mix for the End of the Decade

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Perhaps too distracted by political hearings and debates, the 2020’s have snuck up on us. Still, it’s worth taking the time to take stock...

At 10, Line Upon Line Percussion Still Surprises

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Even after a decade of clapping in airline seats, bouncing buckshot off drums, and performing alongside digitally-zombified voices, Line Upon Line Percussion is showing...

Back for Black Friday — Grageriart’s “Design 4 Everyone”

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It's a new Thanksgiving tradition in Austin. Make that a Black Friday tradition. Grageriart is back with another showing of "Design 4 Everyone," a brilliantly...

Annie Gosfield Writes Music for Heavy Machinery, Radio Static, Noisy Trucks...

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The whine of a violin evokes the high-pitched hum of an industrial saw. Drums beat a pounding tattoo, echoing the rumble of massive equipment....

Playlists for UT’s Public Art

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Tapping the diversity of Austin's music community, the University of Texas' public art program Landmarks, has launched "Listening to Landmarks," a series of playlists...

How Graham Reynolds Built a Bridge Between Musical Genres

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When Graham Reynolds first arrived in Texas in 1993, working alongside country musicians seemed the furthest thing from possible. “Country music was such a world...

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