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Listening Lab - Feb 2020

Updated: Nov 3, 2020

Waaaaaaay back in February, before COVID-19 changed the landscape, I starting hosting "Listening Labs" at the Hudson Valley Performing Arts Laboratory. The idea was to get together with others and hear some pieces by contemporary composers. My goal was to explore what new music is, introduce people to things they may not have heard before, and have a discussion. A big part was also to just listen for a bit, uninterrupted by other distractions. I'm hoping that they will continue once we can safely gather again.


Listening Lab; New Music

Presented by Eve Joslyn Madalengoitia

at the Hudson Valley Performing Arts Lab


Each of the links will take you to the video or audio of the piece played, and can also lead you to more info about the artist, performer and work. In some cases you will see the entire album (play more music!) or the artist’s profile on Bandcamp or Soundcloud. All of these are ways to hear more from the artist or record label, stream music, and purchase pieces to support the artists. 


Here’s a link to the pop-up concert that I mentioned for this Saturday in Beacon: https://www.howlandmusic.org/PopUp.html


Zoe Keating, “Arrival, Cello, 4:34 min

https://music.zoekeating.com/album/one-cello-x-16-ep


Andrew Norman, “For Ashley”, Performed by Ashley Bathhate, cello, 5:08 min

https://youtu.be/wsgr369Awb4


Caroline Shaw, “Entr’acte”, String quartet, performed by the Attacca Quartet, 11 min

https://carolineshaw.bandcamp.com/album/orange


Gabriela Smith, “Carrot revolution”, String quartet, performed by the Aizuri Quartet, 11 min

https://soundcloud.com/allegragabriellasmith/carrot-revolution


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Micheal Gordon, “I Moved”, Vocal, from the album “Anonymous Man”, 10:42

https://michaelgordonmusic.bandcamp.com/album/anonymous-man


Maura O’Reilly, I, II and III from “Hockets for Two Voices”, Vocal, 4 min

https://mearaoreilly.bandcamp.com/album/hockets-for-two-voices-ep


Timo Andres, “Art”, From the album “Work Songs”, Voices, guitar, piano, keyboard, accordion, 1:34 min

https://timoandres.bandcamp.com/album/work-songs


Reema Esmail, “Phenomenal Woman”, Women’s choir, 2:31 min

https://www.reenaesmail.com/i-rise-women-in-song/


Hildur Gudnaduttir, “Folk faer andliit”, Vocal, 5:10 min

https://youtu.be/RgxGfTpCQVU


info@hvpal.org

www.hvpal.org

Listening Lab Feb 18 playlist
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