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April 9, 2020

A Music Series to Launch Inside James Turrell’s Skyspace at UT

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James Turrell's skyspace "The Color Inside" at the University of Texas has been inspiring music since it opened in 2013. Fittingly then that this fall...

Time Warp: New Music Co-op Reanimates Early Music in a New...

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  For one night only, Austin concertgoers can experience a parallel universe in which viols buck violins and clavichords belong on the main stage. That time-bending...

So what does a giraffe on horseback salad sound like?

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  The movie that never happened finally has the soundtrack that never happened either. "Giraffes on Horseback Salad" is a recently published graphic novel from local author,...

Carlos Cordero: Composing music as a means of communication

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Carlos Cordero and I met on a hot summer day outside an Austin coffee shop.Dressed casually, exuding a friendly demeanor, Cordero is extremely —...

Graham Reynolds dives into “The Marfa Country & Western Big Band...

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West Texas has a hold on Graham Reynolds' musical imagination. In 2013, the Austin-based composer and band leader launched "The Marfa Triptyph," an ambitious project...

“The Invisible Suburb” traces the sounds of domestic life

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  What does a former neighborhood sound like? For one night, Phonography Austin will present "The Invisible Suburb," an outdoor sonic art installation in a now-empty...

For composer Russell Podgorsek, music is potent — and playful

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Russell Podgorek’s office at the University of Texas’ Butler School of Music might be the key to understanding his compositional style. The working space...

Singing Pride: The work of LGBTQ composers celebrated in a free...

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For 11 years, the Austin Chamber Music Festival has presented a free concert that celebrates the creative contributions of LGBTQ composers. Composer Russell Reed curated...

KMFA 89.5 to build new permanent home

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  For the first time in its 52-year history, Austin's classical music radio station KMFA 89.5 will have its own permanent home. The non-profit radio station has...

Austin composers take a joy ride for “Traffic Jam”

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  Somehow, nine Austin composers have become automotively gridlocked in a parking garage downtown. It's the return of Steve Parker and Collide Arts’ "Traffic Jam," a...

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