Composer Mikel Rouse designed the visual components of his multi-disciplinary work, Gravity Radio, a song cycle played by string quartet
Do gravity waves exist, like sound waves or light waves? This physics conundrum intrigues composer Mikel Rouse, who designed the visual components of his multi-disciplinary work, Gravity Radio, a song cycle played by string quartet that started touring last January. The piece was then reworked in Juniata, PA, for performances at BAM’s Harvey Theatre in New York in December, then on to Cleveland and more dates in the spring. “A lot of composers are interested in science,” says Rouse, whose ...
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