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FEATHER & STONE | First Review

Damjan Rakonjac wrote this incredible review of our new CD FEATHER & STONE for his blog: the Artificialist  He totally gets it: “Wild Up is a phenomenon. It’s also an ensemble. In the span of just a few short years, Chris Rountree, the group’s founder and director, has not only created the most prominent new music collective on the West Coast (other organizations might

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10 Questions for Andrew McIntosh

WORK | Andrew McIntosh about Andrew: Composer, violinist, violist, and baroque violinist Andrew McIntosh has a unique and diverse approach to music-making, prioritizing his work as a composer and focusing his performances primarily around the repertoire of compelling and experimental music from the last 800 years. He is known for being a specialist in alternate tuning systems and also for being a member of the

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The Salt of the Earth – a record release awaits…

We’re working hard on releasing a limited number of vinyl copies of the recording that’s just been remastered from last May’s show at the Jensen Rec. Center. It includes Shostakovich’s Chamber Symphony, Op. 110a, and the B-side is Rzewski’s Les Moutons de Panurge.

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ASCO and the future.

This is fascinating. Today I’ll be speaking at the Association of California Symphony Orchestras conference in Pasadena—and I can’t think of anything more relevant then this brief article by Futurist, Jim Carroll. Article: Ten Things That Are True About the Future, Jim Carroll Talking to a friend after he attended the League of American Orchestras conference a month ago he said: “…it was like

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