#386 Raíces Imaginadas

Raíces Imaginadas (Imagined Roots) presents four works written by Tomás Koljatic, @Igor Marques, @Felipe Pinto d’Aguiar, and @Vicente Atria, performed by the Nuevo Mundo Baroque Orchestra (Chile). The idea was to frame writing for historical instruments in contemporary perspectives; its title alludes to this notion and suggests a music that is speculative, nonexistent, or historically … Continue reading #386 Raíces Imaginadas

#385 Happy Juneteenth

Happy Juneteenth! Relevant Tones would like to extend a warm celebration for this day. We are featuring a plethora of new music that has been composed by a variety of Black American composers. As always, we are excited to share the depth and variety that these different artists and composers bring to their audiences. We … Continue reading #385 Happy Juneteenth

#384 Tina Davidson

Tina Davidson creates music that stands out for its emotional depth and lyricism. She has been acclaimed for her authentic voice, her “vivid ear for harmony and colors” (New York Times) and her works of “transfigured beauty” (OperaNews). Winner of the prestigious PEW Fellowship, Davidson has been commissioned and performed with performers and ensembles such as Hilary Hahn, Kronos Quartet, … Continue reading #384 Tina Davidson

#383 In Memorium: Kaija Saariaho

Kaija Saariaho was a force to be reckoned with in the new classical music world: an innovator in so many ways while maintaining the highest musical integrity. From her early work at IRCAM to her operas and the many works she wrote for ensembles large and small, Saariaho developed a distinctly individual voice that was … Continue reading #383 In Memorium: Kaija Saariaho