Wolfgang Rihm’s Will Sound
Rihm wrote this piece specifically for us—it’s in the title!
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It is in Alarm Will Sound’s DNA to be current: one of the missions of the group is to perform music that reflects the contemporary world. It is also in our DNA to take chances and put ourselves out of our comfort zones: … Continue reading
Alan Pierson, Alarm Will Sound artistic director, will lead the Alabama Symphony in a concert featuring music of Vivaldi, Haydn and Ruehr. I spoke to Alan about the performance, his preparation, relationships between old and new music and working … Continue reading
From January 15-17, 2015 New Music Gathering took place at the San Francisco Conservatory of Music. Performers, composers, educators, administrators and fans gathered to discuss everything from engaging the community to the economics of the industry to where to go for … Continue reading
Now: @AlarmWillSound plays at #pmcstl between @TheNineNetwork & @stlpublicradio in @GrandCenter. pic.twitter.com/5swlhVyahA — Michael K (@w0px) October 20, 2014 John Luther Adam's piece has the kids (people) captivated at #publicmediacommons — Willis Arnold (@WillisRArnold) October 20, 2014 #tenthousandbirds @alarmwillsound #pmcstl … Continue reading
Alarm Will Sound will premiere The Art of Levitation, a new work by Kate Moore at Carnegie’s Zankel Hall on April 27. Kate took the time to answer some questions about the piece: Michael Clayville: The piece you wrote is for the “(post)folk … Continue reading