Spitting Image, a brand new Twin Cities composer collective, is pleased to announce their inaugural commissions and concert series, entitled The Hear and Now. The collective has commissioned five new works from Twin Cities composers to be premiered by top local performers at The Hear and Now concerts on June 6 and 8 in St. Paul and Minneapolis.
"Extinction" by Joshua Musikantow for electronics using Axis 64 A new work by Noah Keesecker for soprano and electronics "Nine Wee Drams" by Daniel Nass for clarinet and cello "An Uaimh Bhinn" by Ted Moore for bass clarinet and electronics "Phase Change" by Katherine Bergman for flute and cello
Performers include Carrie Henneman Shaw, soprano; Sarah Porwoll-Lee, clarinet; Lars Krogstad, cello; and James DeVoll, flute.
The Hear and Now
June 6, 7:30 p.m. Studio Z 275 E. 4th Street, Suite 200 St. Paul
$15 / $10 students
For tickets to the performance of The Hear and Now at Honey on Sunday, June 8: hearandnow2.bpt.me
Spitting Image is a composer collective with a mission of bringing together composers, performers, and listeners in order to strengthen the Minneapolis/St. Paul new music community. Their work includes commissioning new works from local composers, presenting new music in the Twin Cities, and organizing events for composers to share works-in-progress. Formed in 2013, the collective's members are Twin Cities composers Ted Moore, Katherine Bergman, and Daniel Nass. Find more information at www.spittingimage.org.
Studio Z (View)
275 E 4th St, Suite 200
Saint Paul, MN 55101