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Brooklyn in Austin’s House

Brooklyn Rider

Providing great performances and cultural snapshots of Austin then and now, Copland and Mexico and Brooklyn Rider gave us an inside look into where we’ve been and where we’re going.

Phill Niblock & Elodie Lauten Receive Top FCA Awards

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The Foundation for Contemporary Arts announced the recipients of awards totalling $500,000: the biennial John Cage Award, the second Robert Rauschenberg Award, and 14 Grants to Artists awards in the disciplines of dance, music/sound, performance art/theatre, poetry, and visual arts.

New England’s Prospect: The Gift of Sound and Vision

Robert A. A. Lowe

Multimedia is a provocative tool to combat conformity, but hardly a foolproof one. Filmmaker/sound artist Ben Russell and musician Robert A. A. Lowe (a.k.a. Lichens) presented a joint show at Cambridge’s Middlesex Lounge, and that tension in the multimedia concept proved to be a running theme.

SXNY – The Big Apple heads to Austin

Emily Manzo and Jace Clayton

Two Big Apple bookends operating outside of the SXSW machine served to salvage an otherwise lost Spring Break. Jace Clayton was joined by narrator/singer Arooj Aftab and pianists David Friend and Emily Manzo to perform The Julius Eastman Memorial Dinner, while Brooklyn Rider played the first of two shows of their ten-day residency with Texas Performing Arts.

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