I’m so thrilled to be a core member of the new contemporary music ensemble, INTERSECTION. This Nashville based ensemble was born from the vision of conductor Kelly Corcoran to challenge the traditional ways that audiences interact with music in the concert experience.
Our debut program, entitled “Transfiguration” focuses on the works of Estonian, American, British, and Russian composers. Harvey: Valley of Aosta (1988) was inspired by a J.M.W. Turner painting of the same name, depicting a snowstorm. One of the highlights is that it features two harps – one tuned in concert pitch, the other 1/4 pitch down! That should be interesting!
Having the opportunity to introduce 20th and 21st century works to new audiences, including children, is an exciting prospect. We will work collaboratively on this first concert with the New Dialect Dance Company, Zeitgeist Gallery for visual effects, and perform in The Platform – an unusual local performance venue.
If you’re in or around Nashville, come hear and support our debut!
The Platform, 1500 2nd Ave. S., Nashville, TN, Thursday, March 26th, 7:30pm