Tag Archives: Stephen Wood

Composer Stephen Wood in a mountain wilderness. (courtesy of the composer)

CD Review: Untrammeled reflects wilderness inspirations

Karl Henning | 16 APR 2019 Composer Stephen Wood, who is also a naturalist by avocation, has reflected his residency in wild unspoilt places in an engaging and admirable divertimento entitled Untrammeled. The first number, Drosera: the morning dew […]

Composers Alvin Singleton and George Lewis. Their music will be performed as part of the April 9 concert by Bent Frequency.. Lewis will be in residence at GSU as Provost Visiting Scholar April 9 through 11.

2019 SoundNOW Festival offers Atlanta a full week of diverse, eclectic new music

Mark Gresham | 05 APR 2019 Now in its fourth year, the SoundNOW Atlanta Music Festival presents seven concerts of contemporary music performed by nine Atlanta area ensembles beginning this Sunday, April 7, through Saturday, April 13. Concert venues […]

Preview: “Profound impact” of Alaskan wilderness informs Stephen Wood’s new music [ArtsATL]

By Mark Gresham | 10 Aug 2013, ArtsATL The vast Alaskan interior is land of extremes. Mostly wilderness, the landscape rises from the low-lying boreal forests up to altitudes above the tree line … • READ MORE on ArtsATL