Pacific Pythagorean Music Festival by Theresa Wong

A marathon for adventurous ears! Thanks to Del Sol quartet and the Contemporary Jewish Museum for presenting an afternoon of eclectic music all rooted in just intonation. Daniel Libeskind’s Yud gallery resonated with soundings by Del Sol Quartet, Chris Brown, Kyle Bruckmann, Matt Ingalls, Ellen Fullman, Larry Polansky, Ben Johnston, Arjun Verma, Michael Harrison and yours truly.

A marathon for adventurous ears! Thanks to Del Sol quartet and the Contemporary Jewish Museum for presenting an afternoon of eclectic music all rooted in just intonation. Daniel Libeskind’s Yud gallery resonated with soundings by Del Sol Quartet, Chris Brown, Kyle Bruckmann, Matt Ingalls, Ellen Fullman, Larry Polansky, Ben Johnston, Arjun Verma, Michael Harrison and yours truly.

Fred Frith live at the Stone by Theresa Wong

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Over the moon to be part of this box release celebrating Fred Frith at the Stone- 3 CDs spanning 10 years of improvisations with an illustrious company of fellow mischief-makers. Gorgeous artwork by Heike Liss, and liner notes including an interview I did with Fred, one of the main master magicians in my book. Officially out on Intakt March 15th!

Splinter Reeds releases Hypothetical Islands by Theresa Wong

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Splinter Reeds releases their second full length album, Hypothetical Islands, out on New Focus Recordings on March 15th! The album includes my piece, “Letters To A Friend” (dedicated to Alessia Pugliatti) as well as works by Sky Macklay, Matthew Shlomowitz, Cara Haxo, Eric Wubbels and Yannis Kyriakides.
Preorder here:  https://newfocusrecordings.bandcamp.com/…/splinter-reeds-hy…
Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07NBC89FF
iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/…/…/hypothetical-islands/1453062288


The Eve of the March at Grace Cathedral by Theresa Wong

Thanks to everyone who came out to The Eve of the March on Friday - what an honor to premiere "To Burst To Bloom" at such a momentous occasion. Chapeau and gratitude to Karen Clark, Shira Cion, Janet Kutulas, Shira Kammen, Vajra Voices and all Kitka singers for this resounding evening of song!

The Eve of the March - Jan.18th save the date! by Theresa Wong

In honor and awe of the Women's March 2019, Vajra Voices & Kitka present The Eve of the March - a concert in the sacred space of Grace Cathedral where we will celebrate womens’ voices and the power of community. This is going to be quite a night! Join Vajra Voice, Kitka, multi-instrumentalist Shira Kammen and yours truly - I’ll be premiering  To Burst To Bloom  - 6 songs setting the texts of the 12th Century Chinese female Toaist, Sun Bu’er.  Tickets available here.

In honor and awe of the Women's March 2019, Vajra Voices & Kitka present The Eve of the March - a concert in the sacred space of Grace Cathedral where we will celebrate womens’ voices and the power of community. This is going to be quite a night! Join Vajra Voice, Kitka, multi-instrumentalist Shira Kammen and yours truly - I’ll be premiering To Burst To Bloom - 6 songs setting the texts of the 12th Century Chinese female Toaist, Sun Bu’er. Tickets available here.

Solo piano in the works... by Theresa Wong

I’m so honored to be a part of pianist Sarah’s Cahill’s new program  The Future is Female , a ritual installation and communal feminist immersive listening experience featuring more than fifty compositions by women around the globe – 15th century to the present day. Learn more about the works on this new page on Sarah’s website:  http://sarahcahill.com/the-future-is-female/  Stay tuned for my new piece inspired and dedicated to Audre Lorde and Nina Simone.

I’m so honored to be a part of pianist Sarah’s Cahill’s new program The Future is Female, a ritual installation and communal feminist immersive listening experience featuring more than fifty compositions by women around the globe – 15th century to the present day. Learn more about the works on this new page on Sarah’s website: http://sarahcahill.com/the-future-is-female/ Stay tuned for my new piece inspired and dedicated to Audre Lorde and Nina Simone.