An interactive blog, curated by composers and performers, tracing the ideas and process behind the music, projects, and events organized by Sound of Late.
Anthony Green, Shawn E. Okpebholo, and Evan Williams are the winners of Sound of Late’s 2019 Call for Collaborators.
Sarah Kirkland Snider‘s Thread and Fray weaves aa single, meandering line that gradually fragments and breaks apart.
Alan Shockley, Alexander Elliot Miller, and Adriana Verdié are the winners of Sound of Late’s 2018 Call for Collaborators.
Rebecca Olason talks about her journey through programming a concert combining contemporary music and folk traditions.
Augusta Read Thomas is the sort of composer whose music always sounds fresh and spontaneous but somehow warm and familiar.
GRIME — for violin, viola, cello, and double bass — was written between March and May of 2013 for the Fresh Inc Festival.
The composers on our next concert respond to the very concept of change by creating amazing and original works.
When you participate in an obscure art such as contemporary classical music, it can be easy to feel alone. After spending a week at #NMG2016, I feel excited about the…
Nayla Mehdi is fascinated by the complex timbres found in sounds, urban and natural. Her meditative music seeks clarity amidst the noise.
We talked with Benjamin Penwell to learn more about his approach to writing music. His piece “Vellum” is featured on our upcoming concerts.