Vanessa Ague talks to composers Gemma Peacocke and Cassie Wieland about the music they created for a Kinds of Kings residency concert at National Sawdust in March, now postponed and awaiting rescheduling.
About Vanessa Ague
Vanessa Ague is a violinist, avid concertgoer, and music blogger at theroadtosound.com, and the development and research associate at National Sawdust. She was a 2019 Bang on a Can Media Fellow, and holds a Bachelor's Degree from Yale University.
Entries by Vanessa Ague
Vanessa Ague reviews the annual “New Works” concert by the trio Bearthoven, featuring newly commissioned pieces composed by Shelley Washington and Michael Gordon.
The Bang on a Can All-Stars presented new works inspired by dance in this year’s People’s Commissioning Fund concert at the Kaufman Music Center, reviewed by Vanessa Ague.
Previewing a National Sawdust residency that gets underway Dec. 13, Vanessa Ague talks with Kinds of Kings founders Gemma Peacocke and Shelley Washington, and fellowship recipient Andrew M. Rodriguez.
Miller Theatre’s inviting Pop-Up format bolstered sensations of intimacy when the new-music ensemble counter)induction played works by Jessica Meyer, in a concert reviewed by Vanessa Ague.
The Glenn Branca Ensemble, reviewed by Vanessa Ague at Saint Vitus on what would have been its late founder’s 71st birthday, offered immeasurable, unending odes to ascension.