8:00 PM20:00

Alarm Will Sound Arrangements for Eartheater and Oren Ambarchi

Alarm Will Sound returns to Saint Louis and the Sheldon Concert Hall on May 9 to perform new music by DJ/producer King Britt, Alexandra Drewchin (Eartheater), and multi-instrumentalist Oren Ambarchi. These musical artists collaborate with Alarm Will Sound to create new work that brings together the diversity of their backgrounds, from electronica to classical from jazz to noise. This push to mix styles and defy genres is part of our Alarm System project whose world-class participants over the last four years have included jazz/avant-garde trio Medeski Martin & Wood, Warp Records artist Mira Calix, Brian Reitzell (composer of the soundtrack to the television show Hannibal), and St. Louis Native Ryan McNeely, to name a few.

King Britt (arr. Stark), The Intention;
King Britt (arr. Mayo), The Cosmos Feel Me;
King Britt (arr. Peck), The Moment of the Fall;
Eartheater, When Fire is Allowed to Finish;
Eartheater (arr. Parker), Iridescence of this Char;
Eartheater (arr. Winslow), The Slow Burning Chamber of My Heart;
Eartheater (arr. Parker), Frustra Incandescent;
Eartheater (arr. Snowden), Late Blooms in Fertile Ash;
Eartheater (arr. Snowden), Arson of Comfort or Claustrophobia;
Eartheater (arr. Snowden), Candied Inferno;
Oren Ambarchi (arr. Winslow), Quixotism Part 5;
Oren Ambarchi (arr. Balter), new work;

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7:00 PM19:00

Mivos Quartet

Performance of Outline.

Metropolis String Quartet Festival

March 26 & April 10

For their first of two appearances at the Metropolis String Quartet Festival, Mivos celebrates the 7th Annual Mivos/Kanter Prize Winner Jon Yu. Yu's winning work o reche modo will be featured alongside quartets by Carl Kanter, Conrad Winslow, and Patrick Higgins.

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to Jan 6

Robert Fleitz & Julie Zhu

Robert Fleitz performs harpsichord music at several concerts during the month of December on Julie Zhu's harpsichord installation for her Hunter College MFA thesis show. Featuring the world premiere of Apertures, composed for Robert.

  • Dec. 14 - 6-9 PM (opening event, short teaser)
  • Dec. 15 - 8 PM
  • Dec. 19 - 9 PM (shorter program)
  • Dec. 20 - 8 PM
  • Jan. 6 - 8 PM w/ Wind-Up Elephant
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