Tuesday, May 3, 2016
A very nice article about my polar music and upcoming May 11th concert was published in the San Francisco Chronicle last week. Check it out!
If you are planning on coming to this concert I highly recommend purchasing advance tickets and arriving early to get a good seat. The show is likely to sell out. You can buy tickets here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-nature-of-music-polar-soundscapes-tickets-19827278925
And now, back to rehearsing with the ice and penguin bones...
Sunday, February 14, 2016
Save the date! I've got a concert of polar music coming up on May 11 in Berkeley, California. This show will feature Meltwater, an Antarctic composition of mine which uses icicles "live" on stage, and several works with videos by visual artists Oona Stern and Genevieve Swifte.
WEDNESDAY MAY 11, 20167:30pm, $15 general, $12 students and teachers, $5 kids 12 and under
Advance tickets available here
2150 Allston Way
Berkeley, CA 94704
In this closing event for the Vanishing Ice exhibition, Other Minds and the Brower Center present composer, performer, and instrument-builder Cheryl E. Leonard, who will create a concert using Arctic and Antarctic field recordings and natural-object instruments including penguin bones, dried seaweed, ice, and seashells. Leonard, with Phillip Greenlief, will perform works about polar environments and climate change including Meltwater, a delicate and innovative composition produced with icicles. A post-concert Q&A will be hosted by Charles Amirkhanian.