Read all about it in her lukewarm review over at lies like truth. Based on her previous blog posts, I wonder if she might have more thoroughly enjoyed my recent performance of R. Kelly’s “Trapped in the Closet” and my own transcription (for baritone, chorus, and string quartet) of the immortal “Pantaloni sulla terra” at San Francisco’s Infusion Lounge. But that’s a subject for an entirely different blog…
Another blog post about the Euouae premiere over on Reverberate Hills. Thanks to Sid Chen for the facebook shout-out.
I had the pleasure of briefly meeting the lovely Maura Lafferty, from what I could gather a musically astute newbie in town, after Euouae’s debut concert at Old First. The performance apparently inspired a very thoughtful essay on the subject of Musical Context in the form of an open letter to yours truly, complete with a reference to Foucault. I feel smarter already!
Read the whole article over at La ci darem.
Stephen Smoliar offers a somewhat mixed review of Euouae’s recent performance, calling it a “a noble undertaking, providing vivid examples of where our music originated and how it progressed in its earliest stage.” He might get his facts mixed up in a few places, but I’ll take the attention where I can get it!
Read more about this Medieval Celebration.
Michael Zwiebach writes, “There’s a new choral group in town with a name that might make a PR consultant despair.”
Read all about it over at San Francisco Classical Voice.
Euouae is featured in 7×7′s Classical Roundup.