Present Music returns to the Lynden Sculpture Garden for its final concert of the season shaped in sound for the sight of the garden’s collection of more than 50 monumental sculptures in 40 acres of park, lake and woodland. A truly one-of-a-kind, moving concert that will surprise and delight the senses! Local musicians and other performers bring the Garden to life for what promises to be another sold-out finale for Present Music! Check this page often, as we will continue to post confirmed participants!
EXPERIENCE 13 PERFORMANCES @ SCULPTURES DURING PART I:
- Olivia Kieffer @ “Rhythm in Space” – performing a solo percussion composition
- UW-M Woodwinds @ “Tensione” – performing an explorative composition by Kevin Stalheim
- UW-M Woodwinds @ “Trio” – performing “Echolocations” by Aleksandra Vrebalov
- UW-M Brass (Led by Don Sipe) @ “Olympus“, “Double Up“, and “Upstart” – performing resonance-rich compositions by Kevin Stalheim
- Present Music Ensemble @ “Quartet” – performing “Carreteis II (Spools II)” by Alexandre Lunsqui
- Present Music Ensemble @ “Des Vaches: Mo, Ni, Que” – performing Mvmt I from “Garland Hirsch’s Cows” by Phillip Bimstein
- Projeto Arcomusical @ “Sky Fence” – performing “Apenas Seja” by Alexis Lamb
- Projeto Arcomusical @ “Kumo (Cloud)” – performing the piece, “Dreaming” from the full work entitled “Roda”, yet to be released by Elliot Cole
- Percussionists (Led by Michael Bettine) @ “Arch“, “Epicenter” and “Epicenter II” – performing “Gendhing in the Garden” by Carl Storniolo
- Emma Koi and Quasimondo performing a physical movement-based collaboration to the solo flute piece “Syrinx” by Claude Debussy
- Christal Wagner and Emma Koi @ “Twist for Max” – performing a surprise joint-collaboration!
EXPLORE YOUR CREATIVE SIDE WITH THESE ARTISTS FOR PART II:
Brooke Thiele – along with Hanna White-Hamalian and Kymberly McDaniel presenting “Take, Pause, Movement”, a brand new performance art piece involving animation and dance.
Melissa Dorn and several other local Milwaukee artists – creating new works inspired by the performances during Part I, and hosting a “House of Cards” card-making event to be collected for the Milwaukee Art Museum.
Gongtopia – Milwaukee’s own Gong Guy, Michael Bettine, providing a hands-on demonstration with his arsenal of metallic, vibrating instruments!
Program subject to change.