An intimate acoustic rendition of “I Know” by Fiona Apple.
Pitchfork reports that yesterday, after an audience refused to quiet down for her performance at a fashion show in Tokyo, Fiona Apple stormed offstage. All we can say: The crowd must have been pretty oblivious to musical talent if they were capable of ignoring FIONA APPLE.
Case in point: check out Apple’s latest collaboration with filmmaker Paul Thomas Anderson: a music video of the song “Hot Knife.”
A revised version of “The Ballet of the Soul,” my choral setting of words by Beach Boys lyricist and poet Stephen John Kalinich, will be performed during Fall Convocation at Westminster Choir College on September 3 at 4:30 PM in Bristol Chapel. Under the direction of Magdalena Delgado, one of our talented choral conducting graduate students, twenty members of the incoming class will be singing the piece. Excited to rehearse it with them next week.
Out today, “Keep in the Dark,” a new single via Fat Possum by post-psych band Temples. Check out the video that accompanies the song, as well as a list of Temples’ tour dates, below.
Mon. Nov. 18 – Chicago, IL @ Empty Bottle
Tue. Nov. 19 – Detroit, MI @ The Loving Touch
Wed. Nov. 20 – Toronto, ON @ The Legendary Horseshoe Tavern
Thu. Nov. 21 – Montreal, PQ @ Le Petit Campus
Fri. Nov. 22 – Allston, MA @ Great Scott
Sat. Nov. 23 – Philadelphia, PA @ Kung Fu Necktie
Mon. Nov. 25 – New York, NY @ Bowery Ballroom
Tue. Nov. 26 – Brooklyn, NY @ Union Pool
Wed. Nov. 27 – Washington, DC @ DC9
DOUBLE BILL! RighteousGIRLS (Gina Izzo, flute & Erika Dohi, piano) team up with the Sirius Quartet (Fung Chern Hwei/ Gregor Huebner, violins; Ron Lawrence, viola; Jeremy Harman, cello)
RighteousGIRLS will perform works by Christian Carey, Jonathan Ragonese, Judd Greenstein, Andy Akiho & Dave Molk. They will also join forces with Sirius Quartet on a work by Pascal Le Boeuf & Remy Le Boeuf!