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February 17, 2020

New Music Mixer: Innversion Ensemble

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Austin’s Inversion Ensemble is a choral collective made up of composers and singers who perform innovative choral works and to encourage the creation of...

Extended Play: For EAST, A Special New Music Mixer

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With the New Music Mixer overlapping this month with the East Austin Studio Tour, Sightlines and KMFA will host something of an extended play...

New Music Co-op’s Bound Together

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Austin's New Music Co-op typically stages small concerts in untraditional venues — on the tiny Bird Island in the middle of Ladybird Lake, for...

Beerthoven and Thalea String Quartet Raise a Toast to Musical Friendships

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For pianist Daniel Swayze, music-making means plenty of friends, food, and fun — all washed down with some celebratory libations. As founder and director...

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....

Getting conversationally uncanny with Line Upon Line

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  Music is its own language — and that language can actually be kind of freaky at times. “Fream Ad Wall” is the season closer for...

Wired sounds: Not your typical audiobooks

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The traditionally passive act of reading is finally getting the jolt of suspense — and individual direction — that you never knew it needed. “Wires”...

Twenty-five Years Strong, the Miró Quartet is a Living Tradition

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Having to share a birthday with one of history’s most-favored composers would understandably give most people a quarter-life crisis. But not the Miró Quartet. On...

Matthew Steinke Resurrects the Genius of an Unknown Inventor

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If you were to die today, what would the objects you leave behind say about your life — and how would those object sound? Matthew’s...

Kronos Quartet searches for utopia in “A Thousand Thoughts”

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On March 27, in Austin, Kronos Quartet will remind you that all music is temporary, and that everything will eventually end in oblivion —...