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Wednesday, September 11 • 7:00pm - 9:00pm
National Sawdust (Skylight Soundscapes Activation)

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National Sawdust, the performing arts institution and artist incubator in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, presents new music from performers and composers drawn from their many programs designed to support artists. The program includes no words, a new work by emerging composer inti figgis-vizueta, winner of the organization’s mentorship program, the Hildegard Competition; Waves & Lines by Kinds of Kings collective member Gemma Peacocke, Artist-in-Residence at the venue throughout the 2019–20 season; the premiere of ...and everywhere the sea by composer and pianist Jeremy Gill, performed with clarinetist Chris Grymes, a National Sawdust Curator and Artistic Advisory Council Chair; and Nathalie Joachim's Dam Mwen Yo, from National Sawdust Projects’ Forward Music Project 1.0, performed by cellist Amanda Gookin, who also collaborates with vocalist Magos Herrera in a tribute to João Gilberto.

Wednesday September 11, 2019 7:00pm - 9:00pm
Skylight Pavilion