Friday, April 5, 2013

"Two Songs for the Sounds Outside" by Kathleen Bader

Kathleen Bader joined Emerging Voices Project for our recent show at MinĂ¡s Gallery and Boutique (Baltimore, MD). Below you can watch her talk about our commissioned piece "Two Songs for the Sounds Outside", plus a live performance from our NYC CD release show! Funded in part through New Music USA’s MetLife Creative Connections program.

Pre-performance talk:

 EVP premiere in NYC, from 2011:

Thursday, April 4, 2013

Talk with Kathleen Bader

Funded in part through New Music USA's MetLife Creative Connections program. Before our recent Baltimore show, we got a chance to sit down with composer Kathleen Bader for an in-depth talk about her music, text writing, and love for Arizona.  Kathleen was commissioned by us for our CD project, resulting in "Two Songs for The Sounds Outside". We'll post again tomorrow to share a short talk and a performance video of her piece.

Funded in part through New Music USA's MetLife Creative Connections program.

Tuesday, February 26, 2013

Coming to Baltimore

Watch out, Baltimore!

We will be performing at Mina's Gallery on Saturday, March 23rd @ 5pm.

The Emerging Voices Project is winding to a close and this will most likely be our last Baltimore performance.

If you join us on the 23rd here are all the cool things you'll get:

1. Baltimore composer and performer Ruby Fulton as an opener
2. A live interview with EVP composer Kathleen Bader
3. The Maryland premier of Amy Beth Kirsten's piece "Fire Balloon"
4. Our awesome CD! ...if you pay us $10 :)

Hope to see you there!

Saturday, March 23rd @ 5pm
Mina's Gallery
815 West 36th Street
Baltimore, MD

Wednesday, January 9, 2013

Reviewed by I Care If You Listen

David Pearson wrote a review of our cd Emerging Voices over at the wonderful blog I Care If You Listen!
"On the whole I think this disc is a great success at putting the saxophone and soprano voice together, and will hopefully influence saxophonists to put greater attention to beauty and blend. The timbres and phrasing of both Herchen and Halliday reflect a lot of hard work and contemplation, and the composers likewise have molded their music to the unique qualities of this duo."
Read the full review: