The members of the Israeli Chamber Project live all of the world, but they’ve managed to thrive as an ensemble. Here, members Assaff Weisman, Guy Ben-Ziony and Tibi Cziger discuss their work with Mark Rabideau.
When the International Contemporary Ensemble visited DePauw University, they invited students to take part in a performance of Michael Pisaro’s “ricefall,” a work that creates a soundscape from dropping thousands of grains of rice. Ross Karre documented their work in this video.
Sheku Kanneh-Mason was a soloist on the rise even before he became world-famous from his performance at the royal wedding for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. Here, Kanneh-Mason discusses his latest album, “Elgar,” his musical inspirations and the importance of music education.
Paul David Flood’s essay won third place in our “New Voices” essay contest. Reflecting on the question of whether artists have a responsibility to facilitate conversations on political and social issues, Flood examined the choral pieces “Consent” and “Animals” by Ted Hearne.