September 17, 2016
The Touhill, St. Louis, MO

  • Donnacha Dennehy, The Hunger

March 11 and 12, 2017
St. Louis, MO

  • Steve Reich, The Cave

April 21, 2017
Toledo, OH

  • John Luther Adams, Ten Thousand Birds

April 23, 2017, 3:00pm
Cuyahoga Valley National Park, OH

  • John Luther Adams, Ten Thousand Birds

April 30, 2017, 4:30pm
Symphony Space, New York, NY

  • Steve Reich, Clapping Music
  • Steve Reich, City Music
  • Steve Reich, Four Genesis Settings from The Cave
  • Steve Reich, Radio Rewrite

May 10, 2017, 8pm
The Sheldon, St. Louis, MO

  • Aphex Twin (arr. Thompson), minipops 67
  • Valgeir Sigurðsson, Veej
  • Tyondai Braxton, Common Fate
  • Brian Reitzell (arr. Pierson), "Alise Came Back" from Hannibal
  • Brian Reitzell (arr. Thompson/Stark), "Will Remembers Ear" from Hannibal
  • Brian Reitzell (arr. Thompson/Stark), "Mason Trips" from Hannibal
  • Brian Reitzell (arr. Thompson/Stark), "Will Remembers" from Hannibal
  • Brian Reitzell (arr. Marks), "Will's Kill Aftermath" from Hannibal
  • Matt Rogers, Advanced Propulsion: Capricciototype
  • Gameshow Outpatient (arr. Thompson), Working for the Pea Fox
  • Gameshow Outpatient (arr. Thompson), Vole Sweeps Up

May 13, 2017
Merkin Concert Hall, New York, NY

  • Aphex Twin (arr. Thompson), minipops 67
  • Valgeir Sigurðsson, Veej
  • Tyondai Braxton, Common Fate
  • Brian Reitzell (arr. Pierson), "Alise Came Back" from Hannibal
  • Brian Reitzell (arr. Thompson/Stark), "Will Remembers Ear" from Hannibal
  • Brian Reitzell (arr. Thompson/Stark), "Mason Trips" from Hannibal
  • Brian Reitzell (arr. Thompson/Stark), "Will Remembers" from Hannibal
  • Brian Reitzell (arr. Marks), "Will's Kill Aftermath" from Hannibal
  • Gameshow Outpatient (arr. Thompson), Working for the Pea Fox
  • Gameshow Outpatient (arr. Thompson), Vole Sweeps Up

May 14, 2017, 3pm
Morningside Park, New York, NY

  • John Luther Adams, Ten Thousand Birds

July 27, 2017
Mizzou International Composers Festival
Missouri Theatre

  • Georg Friedrich Haas, REMIX
  • Don Freund, Hard Cells
  • Caleb Burhans, Escape Wisconsin (Alarm Remix)
  • Robert Sirota, Three Nocturnes
  • Dan Visconti, Psychedelia

July 29, 2017
Mizzou International Composers Festival
Missouri Theatre

  • Clare Glackin, Dance of the Hedgehogs and the Wood Fairies
  • Carolina Heredia, Essentia
  • Charles Peck, Vinyl
  • Christiopher Mayo, Beast
  • Aaron Parker, atholhu
  • Amadeus Regucera, CRVD
  • Selim Göncü, Post-Pandemoneum
  • Henry Breneman Stewart, Wreck

Venues

Where We Perform

Alarm Will Sound tours nationally and internationally, having been presented by

  • Carnegie Hall
  • Disney Hall
  • Lincoln Center
  • The Sheldon Concert Hall
  • (Le) Poisson Rouge
  • Miller Theatre
  • Bang on a Can Marathon
  • Merkin Concert Hall
  • The Kitchen
  • The Whitney Museum
  • Kimmel Center
  • Duke Performances
  • Cal Performances
  • Stanford Lively Arts
  • Library of Congress
  • Cleveland Museum of Art
  • The Newman Center
  • The Warhol Museum
  • The Barbican in London
  • Märzmusik in Berlin
  • Holland Festival in Amsterdam
  • Cork Opera House in Ireland
  • Elbphilharmonie in Hamburg
  • Pro Arte in St. Petersburg
  • ArtNovember in Moscow
  • Musikfest Bremen
  • Sacrum Profanum in Krakow
  • TransArt in Bolzano

Featured Recording

Patrick David Clark’s Ptolemy’s Carousel

This is our world premiere performance at the Mizzou International Composers Festival in 2011.

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Member Spotlight

Caleb Burhans

Caleb Burhans

Caleb almost went to Indiana University for college but he decided on Eastman partly because he didn’t like that IU had the highest-paid basketball coach in the country. His life could have turned out pretty differently if Bobby Knight made a little less money back in the late 90s. But Eastman it was.

As a 17-year old, Caleb had a thing for Ligeti’s music so he emailed Alan before he got to Eastman to ask for an audition with Ossia to play on their Ligeti concert. He was late to the first rehearsal because he was getting his nose pierced, but he soon became a regular. Just before graduating, he terrified his conservative grandmother by telling her he wanted to move to NYC to live paycheck to paycheck as a freelance musician. Now he’s doing exactly that (although maybe not living quite paycheck to paycheck) as a freelance violinist, violist, countertenor, composer, and improviser.

Caleb started singing in a boys’ choir at age 9 then quickly picked up several instruments. At 10, he wrote his first piano piece in C major. The only early composition he’ll live up to now is a piece for 2 violins that he wrote on his first day back to school as a high school sophomore called What a Shame. It was quite a shame that summer was over.

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