Announcing our Inaugural Season
earspace is embarking on our first season together and we are happy to share it with you. Our 2017/18 season includes a series of gripping projects which will culminate in a week-long residency at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. For our debut season, our projects are designed to both excite and challenge our audience. We hope that we can share these experiences with you.
October 8th, 7:30 pm
In the debut performance of earspace, the ensemble will present the music of Christopher Cerrone, Kaija Saariaho, and David Lang in collaboration with CAM Raleigh. Cerrone’s South Catalina, Sarriaho's Tocar, and Lang’s child are equal parts epic, energizing, and mesmerizing. Staged in the galleries at CAM, this performance explores the spatialization of this unique venue.
For Philip Guston
February 2nd, 7:00 pm
For Philip Guston, Morton Feldman's rarely performed, evening-length work is the feature of this program. The work's frail yet beautiful sonorities will take on fresh perspective in Raleigh's new and intimate performance venue, Imurj. The audience is encouraged to move throughout the space to create a personalized experience.
earspace returns to its roots in the highlight of its inaugural season. Many members of the ensemble met at the University of North Carolina and will honor the university during a week-long residency. The week will feature collaborations with students and faculty at UNC, lecture recitals, open rehearsals, and public performances. Check back here in January 2018 for details.