The 2006 Spark Festival of Electronic Music and Art brings together digital artists of various stripes for a celebration of all things plugged in.
What do you get when you cross 16 pianos and a kitchen-sink collection of percussion with robots at the helm? Here, take a listen…
The Holocaust provides inspiration for two poignant but very different works.
A city seeped in contrast and filled with artists is, for now, a lively breeding ground for new electronic sounds. Who knows how long all this will last?
Local presenters come together to give the city a healthy dose of DBR and The Mission.
Take a listen to what the art world is sounding like these days.
A Cambridge improv scene staple blossoms into an independent music venue.
An overview of the improv scene in the Twin Cities reveals a diversity of artists, venues, and record labels.
Roberto Sierra’s Missa Latina gets a warm reception under Slatkin’s baton.
Fulcrum Point New Music Project gets elemental, devoting their entire season to music somehow connected to air.