Other Minds is in the News! Philip Campbell, Senior Music Critic of the Bay Area Reporter, outlines the experience of being at last week’s concert and outlines the rest of the Other Minds [...]
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People are still talking about OM Festival 22, which presented some of Lou Harrison’s most loved work, and a few rarely heard gems. Over 800 people attended the May 20, 2017 concert at San Francisco’s beautiful Mission Dolores Basilica. Meanwhile, our series The Nature of Music has presented artists from a variety of disciplines whose work combines environmentalism and the arts. Our Special Events run the gamut from intimate presentations of a composer’s work to bucket-list exotic blow-outs.
Six days of sound poetry flooded the ODC theater this April. The festival included many new works, including seven world premiers, and a night of historic works of sound poetry.
Marielle V. Jakobsons is a composer and intermedia artist based in Oakland, CA. Her compositions use a custom-built Macro-Cymatic Instrument to blend fluid visuals with her electronic dreamscapes.
In December of 2017, conductor/pianist Dennis Russell Davies and pianist Maki Namekawa came together for a night of music by Philip Glass at St. John’s Presbyterian Church in Berkeley, CA.
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Since January 2005, a program of new and unusual music by innovative composers and performers around the world, produced for KALW 91.7 FM San Francisco by Other Minds and presented by Randall Wong, Andrew Weathers, Liam Herb, Richard Friedman, Charles Amirkhanian, and Mark Abramson.
On the Next Music From Other Minds, Plains, Trains, And Machineries.
The program will include works of Alexandr Mosolov, Mikhail Matiushin,
George Antheil, Julius Meytuss, Arthur Honegger, and Arseny Abraamov
celebrating the modern industrial age of the 1920s and 30s.