Can we find beauty in the midst of chaos? From the gritty and lyrical music of Missy Mazzoli to the noise landscapes of Benjamin J. Penwell, Sound of Late explores how composers transform everyday objects into moments of fury and rapture.
What to expect:
- An eclectic mix of styles as indie meets classical with a helping of noise and the avant-garde to round out your night.
- A casual, intimate, come-as-you-are show with no intermission.
Tickets $10 in advance // $15 at the door
Lies You Can Believe In
Magic with Everyday Objects
Tooth and Nail
friction (v.) (world premiere)
Sound of Late
*Indicates guest artist