Author Archives: EarRelevant

The 1928 classic silent horror flick, "The Hands of Orlac," will be shown on Saturday at the Plaza Theater with live music by Paul Mercer Trio,

This Week: August 21 – 28, 2019

★ Posted on Mondays, the listings are for Wednesday through the following Tuesday. LOCAL & LIVE · BROADCASTS & STREAMS LOCAL AND LIVE SAT/24 TIMOTHY GUNTER, piano · Cathedral of St. Philip @ 4:00pm. BEETHOVEN: Piano Sonatas Nos. 6, […]

Flutist Demarre McGill solos in Marc-André Dalbavie's "Flute Concerto" on April 18, 2019, with the Seattle Symphony, Ludovec Morlot conducting. It's one of four works by Dalbavie featured on the Seattle Symphony's latest CD. (credit: James Holt)

CD Review: Marc-André Dalbavie’s “La source d’un regard” and three concertos, Seattle Symphony

Melinda Bargreen | 15 AUG 2019 Ludovic Morlot’s eight seasons as Seattle Symphony music director (2011-19) will likely be remembered for two important repertoire directions: premieres by the American composer John Luther Adams (“Become Ocean,” “Become Desert”), and contemporary […]

Composer, percussionist and contributing writer Olivia Kieffer – the "blue" selfie.

Composer’s Notebook: The Kieffer Chronicles

A quartet of articles by Olivia Kieffer gets published on NewMusicBox. Mark Gresham | 13 AUG 2019 Composer, percussionist and EarRelevant contributing writer Olivia Kieffer recently authored four articles that were published by NewMusicBox over the course of four […]

Derrick Wheatt (Sankara Harouna) and his mother (Deborah Nansteel) are separated by prison guards in Cincinnati Opera’s world premiere production of Blind Injustice. (credit: Philip Groshong)

Review: Cincinnati Opera’s Blind Injustice opens eyes with story of exonerated prisoners

Mark Gresham | 07 AUG, 2019 CINCINNATI, OH— “Reasonable doubt” is a term used in the justice systems of common law countries, like the United States, where evidence that is “beyond reasonable doubt” is the standard for validating criminal conviction. […]