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We’re throwing a party!

Echo benefit
Happy new year, Echo-ites! To ring in 2017—and help support our commissioning and performing activities—we’re hosting our very first benefit/party, at our friends Scholes Street Studio, on Sat January 28, at 7p. Beyond a warm hob-nobbing environment, members of Echo Chamber will be performing music by composers we’ve worked with over the last year and a half, intermittently throughout the night. Plus, special guest composer-performers will including Molly Joyce and Anna Meadors, and Adam Cuthbert of slashsound will be DJing all night long. Come for the music, and stay for the raffle!

Entrance will be by suggested donation, starting at $15. Drinks will be served. Bring everybody you know. See you there!

What: Echo Chamber Winter Fundraiser/Benefit
Performances by members of Echo Chamber, plus special-guest performers Molly Joyce and Anna Meadors
When: Sat, January 28, starting at 7p
Where: Scholes St Studio, 375 Lorimer St, Brooklyn, NY
Suggested donation starting at $15

RSVP on Facebook.

If you can’t make it, please consider making a tax-deductible donation to Echo Chamber. We’re presenting FOUR new works in 2017, and even small donations help us support the music of our time. Check out the perks we offer on our support page. Thank you from all of us for your continued support.

Season Two, Show One

ShapeShifterPoster

Happy fall! We hope you’ve had a wonderful summer, and we cannot wait to dive into our sophomore season with you. We can’t believe our first show is already happening tomorrow, Tue October 18 at ShapeShifter Lab @ 8:15p in Gowanus, Bklyn. On tap is a brand new piece by the prodigious Florent Ghys, for our ensemble plus video. We’ll also reprise works by Brooks Frederickson, Matt Frey, and our own Kyle Tieman-Strauss. Check out more at the FB event and see you there!

What: ShapeShifter+ Presents: Echo Chamber
New work by Florent Ghys, plus music by Brooks Frederickson, Matt Frey, and Kyle Tieman-Strauss
When: Tue, October 18 @ 8:15p
Where: ShapeShifter Lab, 18 Whitwell Place, Bklyn NY
$12 at door

Our 2nd Season

We’re coming back from our summer break with some exciting concerts in the works for our second season! More exciting announcements to come about some of the composers we’re working with this season (including composer-double bassist prodigy Florent Ghys, composer-vocalist Derek Piotr, and a collaboration with performance duo SlashSound). Before we do that, we’re running a pre-season appeal to help fund our commissioning activities for 2016-2017.

Part of commissioning new works is a fair fee for the composer; this is where YOU come in! We could only make this new music happen through the support of contemporary music lovers like you. By making a tax-deductible donation to Echo Chamber, you help our emerging ensemble work with some of the most talented composers of the 21st century, allowing us to bring their music to new ears through concerts in New York City and beyond.

We make no secret of the fact that we love contemporary music; join us in bringing new works by composers we truly believe in to life! We offer some modest perks for supporting Echo Chamber; check them out on the support page.

Fractured Atlas!

Big news—Echo Chamber is now fiscally-sponsored by Fractured Atlas. Beyond providing some behind-the-scenes support, we’re now able to accept tax-deductible donations to support our commissioning and performing activities. We aim to pay all of our composers a fair commission fee, and we aim to bring their music to as many places as possible. Through workshops, free public performances, as well as the concert hall, our main goal is to bring New Music to as many people as we possibly can, making the music accessible while challenging audiences with unfamiliar sounds. We rely on our friends like you to help us make it happen!

Please check out our new Support page, where you can find information about making donations to Echo Chamber. You’ll be helping bring new contemporary music by young composers to the world, and you’ll have our deepest gratitude!

— KTS