Monthly: January 2022

Deutsches Symphonie Orchester Berlin Performs “Syntax of Snow”

The Deutsches Symphonie Orchester Berlin performed “Syntax of Snow” on a program including music by Beethoven, Dressner, Dean and featuring a fractured rendition of Beethoven’s Sixth Symphony in F Major, the Pastoral. The visionary program by Music Director Robin Ticciati  offered a landmark concert bringing together classical music and ecoacoustics. The concert is the subject […]

“THAW” premiere at Sydney Festival

Over ten-hours in one day, Legs On The Wall brings death-defying beauty to the current climate crisis, with the premiere of THAW. A lone woman on 2.7 tonnes of sculpted ice is suspended 20 metres over the waters of Sydney Harbour, from the foot of the Sydney Opera House.  https://www.legsonthewall.com.au/thaw The Woman performed by and […]

BBC Commission for “Auroras”

Matthew Burtner was commissioned by the BBC to compose “Auroras” a new work featuring audifications of the Northern Lights for the BBC Radio 3 documentary, “Songs of the Sky” by Kate Bissel. The work premiered on the BBC and was picked up by NPR Weekend Edition, the Economist, and the Guardian. Listen to the show […]