A reconstructed historic barn is the perfect place to listen with fresh ears to intriguing, expanding sound worlds. Mesmerizing “music-making machines” make way for a “whimsical, mystical, generous world of sounds echoing and colliding” by the Pulitzer Prize-winning composer Caroline Shaw, and the wonderfully imaginative juxtapositions of Carrot Revolution. Bruch’s exuberant Octet is almost orchestral in its rich tones and expansive scale—lyrical and profoundly majestic.
Poème symphonique (for 100 metronomes)
Limestone & Felt
String Octet in B-flat major