Posts Tagged: Neue Meister

Julius Eastman ~ Evil N—–, Gay Guerrilla (Live)

For the past couple decades, the figure of Julius Eastman has been fruitfully revisited by interpreters, composers, scholars, and media, producing important reconsiderations of 1970s-1980s US avant-garde history. Their points are now relatively well-known, and the composer is the epicenter

Julius Eastman ~ Evil N—–, Gay Guerrilla (Live)

For the past couple decades, the figure of Julius Eastman has been fruitfully revisited by interpreters, composers, scholars, and media, producing important reconsiderations of 1970s-1980s US avant-garde history. Their points are now relatively well-known, and the composer is the epicenter

Sebastian Mullaert with musicians of the Tonhalle Orchester Zürich ~ Natthall

Astute readers may have been wondering whatever happened to this album, which we called “one of the season’s sweetest surprises” back in March.  Originally slated for release on April 3, the album became a victim of the pandemic and was

Sebastian Mullaert with musicians of the Tonhalle Orchester Zürich ~ Natthall

Astute readers may have been wondering whatever happened to this album, which we called “one of the season’s sweetest surprises” back in March.  Originally slated for release on April 3, the album became a victim of the pandemic and was

Sven Helbig ~ Tres Momentos

Tres Momentos is a unique release from a unique composer, whose previous works have ranged from choral to electronic.  The current stringed suite is a live performance, inspired by the I Ching and accompanied by a pensive puppetry video.  Directors Omayra Martínez Garzón and

Sven Helbig ~ Tres Momentos

Tres Momentos is a unique release from a unique composer, whose previous works have ranged from choral to electronic.  The current stringed suite is a live performance, inspired by the I Ching and accompanied by a pensive puppetry video.  Directors Omayra Martínez Garzón and