Passage through the city: interview and premiere with Spektral Quartet

Almost 1 year ago I had a short residency in Chicago at High Concept Labs, an interdisciplinary arts space on the north side of town. While in the city, I got started on a collaboration with the Spektral Quartet, a young string quartet that’s quickly established itself as one of Chicago’s premiere new music groups. The fruit of these labors will be unveiled on Saturday, June 29th at the Hideout (across the street from HCL). For a preview of what to expect, head over to the Spektral Quartet’s blog to check out a conversation about the project between myself and violinist Austin Wulliman. Tickets can be purchased here; more info on this special end-of-season event is on the Spektral’s website here. This is going to be a really great show at a fantastic venue: along with my piece, they’ll be playing some Haydn, Verdi, Liza White, and Ben Hjertmann, with premieres by Alex Temple and Castillo Trigueros. Hope to see you there.

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