Last month I went to the Brooklyn Museum for the 30th Anniversary of the Bang on a Can Marathon, an annual new music marathon concert which is the main activity of the Bang on a Can musical group. I sat behind the amazing Pulitzer-Prize winning composer–singer–violist Caroline Shaw, who later took to the stage to sing and play this fascinating solo set of her own compositions. In this performance, Shaw used an audio processor (a loop station) to create a layering of sounds from her voice and a viola.
Nee is a Ph.D. candidate in historical musicology. She specializes in post-1945 Western European and American classical music, with an emphasis on the current new music scene in the United States.
Dorian Mueller (virtually) presents at MaMI – May 31, 2020
The Covid diaries: how SMR is working from home – May 03, 2020
SMR alumna lands tenure-track position – April 29, 2020
Elizabeth McLain innovates with social media during COVID-19 – April 14, 2020
Message from SMR co-chairs – April 03, 2020
Dissertation Writing Group continues to meet – March 31, 2020