Owl Mirror: The Berlioz We Deserve

Spring is in the air and with it wafts in a sense of Romanticism. There’s nothing like the perfect musical accompaniment to a daytime stroll, and my recent research requires me to share the swoon-worthy Romanticism of Berlioz with you, my dear reader.

8 months ago   •   5 min read

For Lucie Vítková, Aging Brought the Melting of Melody

Things happen to people, and people make music. Therefore, there will always be a connection, conscious or unconscious, between the two. It was reaffirming to hear these views echoed by Brooklyn-based composer, improviser and performer Lucie Vítková when we discussed their upcoming album, "Aging".

9 months ago   •   8 min read
New Music

Sea Change in “Ocean Body”

The physical action of showing up to experience "Ocean Body" promotes intentional hearing but with a caveat: knowing that you will never hear or see the whole picture.

a year ago   •   8 min read
Vocal Music

Nicholas Cords and The Importance Of Being Oneself

Here’s the thing about playing the viola — you have to find your own way. But a remarkable result can emerge from the restricted repertoire and unregulated nature of the instrument itself. Nicholas Cords utilized these conditions to create his latest album, "Touch Harmonious".

a year ago   •   11 min read
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