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Music for Wood and Strings by Bryce Dessner and So Percussion

This shimmering 36-minute piece is performed by So Percussion on amplified, dulcimer-like “Chord Sticks” created by instrument builder Aron Sanchez of Buke and Gase. The sound is kaleidoscopic. Using sticks or violin bows, the players can sound either of two harmonies, or play individual strings, melodies, and drone tremolos. Music for Wood and Strings was commissioned by Carnegie Hall and premiered by So Percussion at Zankel Hall in 2013. The album will be issued as a CD and download on May 19 on the Brassland label (May 18 in the UK).

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NEWS


January 29, 2016

Cincinnati’s MusicNOW Festival Is Back This March 18 – 20


I’m very happy to announce that Cincinnati’s MusicNOW Festival is back for it’s 11th season this March 18-20. By keeping the festival small, using volunteers and creating a family vibe we’ve built something of a refuge for creativity here. Over the years, MusicNOW has invited contemporary musicians and risk-taking artists who do not fit neatly into genre defined categories, and we will continue that tradition this year. This year’s weekend-long series will feature The Punch Brothers, Sam Amidon, Luluc and Chris Thile, as well as performances by the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, Musical America Artist of the Year Jenny Koh, and Composer-in-Residence and Pultizer Prize winner Julia Wolfe. The weekend will also include a special world premiere version of my piece Aheym, performed by the CSO and Kronos Quartet, as well as the U.S. premiere of my piece Reponse Lutoslawski, performed by the CSO.

MusicNOW has been an incredibly special and significant part of my musical life for over a decade now and I hope you’ll be able to make it. The full line-up and tickets are available here. Stay tuned for updates and additions.

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PERFORMANCES


February 13, 2016Tenebre

City Recital Hall, Sydney, Australia
Performed by Pekka Kuusisto and the Australian Chamber Orchestra

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February 13, 2016Aheym

Opera House Dortmund, Dortmund, Germany
Performed as part of the Ballet Dortmund by Xin Peng Wang

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February 14, 2016Tenebre

Sydney Opera House, Sydney, Australia
Performed by Pekka Kuusisto and the Australian Chamber Orchestra

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February 15, 2016Tenebre

QPAC, Brisbane, Australia
Performed by Pekka Kuusisto and the Australian Chamber Orchestra

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February 16, 2016Tenebre

Sydney Recital Hall, Sydney, Australia
Performed by Pekka Kuusisto and the Australian Chamber Orchestra

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February 17, 2016Tenebre

Sydney Recital Hall, Sydney, Australia
Performed by Pekka Kuusisto and the Australian Chamber Orchestra

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February 19, 2016Aheym

Opera House Dortmund, Dortmund, Germany
Performed as part of the Ballet Dortmund by Xin Peng Wang

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February 19, 2016Tenebre

Sydney Recital Hall, Sydney, Australia
Performed by Pekka Kuusisto and the Australian Chamber Orchestra

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February 19, 2016The Most Incredible Thing

David H. Koch Theatre, New York, New York, USA
New composition for the New York City Ballet with dance choreographed by Justin Peck

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February 26, 2016Tenebre

Royal Festival Hall, Southbank Centre, London, England
Performed by Project Instrumental as part of Friday Tonic

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March 1-6, 2016The Most Incredible Thing

The Kennedy Center, Washington, DC, USA
New composition for the New York City Ballet with dance choreographed by Justin Peck

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March 7, 2016Murder Ballades

Terrace Theatre, The Kennedy Center, Washington DC, USA
Performed by eighth blackbird as part of Fortas Chamber Music Concerts

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March 11, 2016St. Carolyn by the Sea and Lachrimae

Dallas City Performance Hall, Dallas, Texas, USA
Performed by the Dallas Symphony Orchestra, with Bryce and Aaron Dessner on guitar for St. Carolyn by the Sea

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March 12, 2016St. Carolyn by the Sea and Lachrimae

Dallas City Performance Hall, Dallas, Texas, USA
Performed by the Dallas Symphony Orchestra, with Bryce and Aaron Dessner on guitar for St. Carolyn by the Sea

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March 13, 2016Aheym

Opera House Dortmund, Dortmund, Germany
Performed as part of the Ballet Dortmund by Xin Peng Wang

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March 18-20, 2016MusicNOW

Cincinnati, OH, USA
Musical worlds merge as this ground-breaking collaboration between the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra and MusicNOW Festival continues. This season the festival will feature performances by The Punch Brothers, Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, Sam Amidon, Luluc, Kronos Quartet and many more. This year’s festival will also feature the US premiere of Bryce Dessner’s Response Lutoslawski.  The first two nights of this year’s festival will be held at Cincinnati’s Music Hall and the third and final night of the festival will take place in The Cincinnati Masonic Center Auditorium.

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March 25, 2016Murder Ballades

Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, IL, USA
Performed by Artist in Residence eighth blackbird

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March 26, 2016Murder Ballades

Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, IL, USA
Performed by Artist in Residence eighth blackbird

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March 27, 2016Aheym

Opera House Dortmund, Dortmund, Germany
Performed as part of the Ballet Dortmund by Xin Peng Wang

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March 31, 2016Lachrimae

Big Ears Festival, Knoxville, TN, USA
Performed by Knoxville Symphony Orchestra

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April 1, 2016Aheym

Opera House Dortmund, Dortmund, Germany
Performed as part of the Ballet Dortmund by Xin Peng Wang

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April 1, 2016Murder Ballades

Big Ears Festival, Knoxville, TN, USA
Performed by eighth blackbird

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April 8, 2016New Work (Title TBA)

St. Andrew’s Hall, Norwich, England, UK
Performanced by Britten Sinfonia

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April 12, 2016New Work (Title TBA)

West Road Concert Hall, Cambridge, England, UK
Performanced by Britten Sinfonia

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April 13, 2016New Work (Title TBA)

Wigmore Hall, London, England, UK
Performanced by Britten Sinfonia

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April 21, 2016The Most Incredible Thing

David H. Koch Theatre, New York, New York, USA
New composition for the New York City Ballet with dance choreographed by Justin Peck

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April 21, 2016Quilting

Barbican Centre, London, England
Performed by BBC Symphony Orchestra

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April 30, 2016Murder Ballades

The Orpheum Annex, Vancouver, BC, Canada
Performed by eighth blackbird as part of Vancouver New Music

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April 30, 2016The Most Incredible Thing

David H. Koch Theatre, New York, New York, USA
New composition for the New York City Ballet with dance choreographed by Justin Peck

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May 1, 2016Aheym

Opera House Dortmund, Dortmund, Germany
Performed as part of the Ballet Dortmund by Xin Peng Wang

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May 7, 2016The Most Incredible Thing

David H. Koch Theatre, New York, New York, USA
New composition for the New York City Ballet with dance choreographed by Justin Peck

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May 13, 2016REPONSE LUTOSLAWSKI

Boettcher Concert Hall, Denver, Colorado, USA
U.S. Premiere performed by Colorado Symphony Orchestra

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May 15, 2016Black Mountain Songs

Catharinakerk, Eindhoven, Netherlands
Performed by the Brooklyn Youth Chorus

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May 21, 2016Aheym

Opera House Dortmund, Dortmund, Germany
Performed as part of the Ballet Dortmund by Xin Peng Wang

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May 29, 2016Tenebre

Dusseldorf Opera House, Dusseldorf, Germany
Performed by Dusseldorf Symphony Orchestra with ballet choreographed by Hubert Essakow

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June 4, 2016Aheym

Opera House Dortmund, Dortmund, Germany
Performed as part of the Ballet Dortmund by Xin Peng Wang

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July 1, 2016Aheym

Opera House Dortmund, Dortmund, Germany
Performed as part of the Ballet Dortmund by Xin Peng Wang

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August 12-13, 2016Eaux Claires Festival

Eau Claire, WI, USA
Live performance of Day of the Dead, curated by Bryce and Aaron Dessner. Featuring performances by Bryce, Aaron and friends

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August 12-13, 2016Eaux Claires Festival

Eau Claire, WI, USA
eighth blackbird with Bryce Dessner and Bonnie “Prince” Billy

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Following his acclaimed compositional release Aheym, Bryce Dessner released St. Carolyn by the Sea on March 4th. Released on Deutsche Grammophon/Universal Music, St. Carolyn by the Sea features debut recordings of three of Dessner’s compositions – the title work, “Lachrimae” and “Raphael” – performed by the Copenhagen Philharmonic under conductor Andre de Ridder. The pieces draw from a number of different influences including Jack Kerouac’s novel Big Sur on the title piece, compositional work from renaissance composer John Dowland on “Lachrimae,” and experimentation with an old harmonium on “Raphael.” The recordings feature performances on guitar by Dessner and his twin brother, Aaron. St. Carolyn by the Sea presents Dessner’s works alongside a suite by Radiohead’s Jonny Greenwood, one of Dessner’s peers as a rock guitarist and genre-bounding composer.

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Bryce Dessner released Aheym, an album of quartets, on November 5th on Anti- Records. The album finds Dessner collaborating with Grammy Award-winning Kronos Quartet, who are celebrating their 40th anniversary season. Aheym features four original compositions by Dessner performed by Kronos Quartet as well as an appearance by the Brooklyn Youth Chorus. Dessner and the quartet first crossed paths when Kronos founder David Harrington approached Dessner about writing a piece for the quartet’s performance at the Celebrate Brooklyn! festival at Brooklyn’s Prospect Park in 2009. The ensuing piece, “Aheym” (meaning “homeward” in Yiddish), was informed by the stories of Dessner’s Jewish immigrant grandparents who settled near the park and, as the pair’s collaboration grew, became the album’s title track.

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PRESS

“Bryce Dessner is a man who slips in and out of musical guises with disarming ease… this is gorgeous and full-hearted music.” – NPR

Bryce Dessner in Grammophone: read

Bryce Dessner interviews Philip Glass for Interview Magazine: read

Bryce Dessner on BBC Radio 4 Minimal Impact: Listen

Music For Wood & Strings

“Music for Wood and Strings” is proof that Dessner’s taste for experimentation outside indie rock is steadily becoming the more interesting side of his genre-blind personality.”
– The Washington Post

“The result is startlingly enjoyable. Dessner continuously indulges the listener, stacking his instruments’ unique timbre into appealing, consonant harmonies, and hocketing them into a elaborate rhythmic dialogues with each other.” – Q2

“The most impressive feature of Music for Wood and Strings is the diverse array of emotional impulses it cohesively presents. The piece feels unified and whole, like a rug woven together from a million particolored strands of yarn.” – Consequence of Sound

St. Carolyn By The Sea

“[Dessner] has spread his wings as a classical composer.” – New York Times

“It is glacial, patiently ecstatic… Dessner’s ear for string writing is particularly rich.” – Pitchfork

Aheym

“A gorgeous and compulsively listenable four-track album.” – Rolling Stone

“A series of captivating and compelling compositions… an excellent debut disc.” – Grammophone

“Mr. Dessner’s work begins in near-darkness and progresses to light…Kronos gave a taut performance, deeply felt.”
New York Times

New York Times Interactive feature on “Aheym”: view

Murder Ballades

“The score has vivid instrumentation with marvelous upward string slides.”
New York Times

Black Mountain Songs

“The result is “Black Mountain Songs,” an exhilarating 90-minute staged choral work…The sheer beauty of [Brooklyn Youth Chorus’] singing was captivating.”
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COMPOSITIONS


Tuusula2015

Cello Solo. 10 min.

Commissioned by Meidän Festivaali, Sounds from a Safe Harbor, and National Sawdust.

Median Organs2015

Organ Solo. 4 min.

Commissioned by The Southbank Centre. Premiered by James McVinnie on September 24, 2015 at Royal Festival Hall in London, England.

Garcia Counterpoint2015

Solo Electric Guitar And Tape. 8 min.

Commissioned by Muziekgebouw aan ‘t IJ, Amsterdam for Cross-Linx 2015. Supported by the AMMODO Foundation. Inspired by Steve Reich and Jerry Garcia.

Delphica2015

Solo Viola. 15 min.

Commissioned by Muziekgebouw aan ‘t IJ, Amsterdam for Cross-Linx 2015. Supported by the AMMODO Foundation. Written for Nadia Sirota.

Ornament and Crime2015

Solo Violin. 15 min.

Commissioned by Muziekgebouw aan ‘t IJ, Amsterdam for Cross-Linx 2015. Supported by the AMMODO Foundation. Written for Pekka Kuusisto.

Wave Movements2015

Strings, Timp, Percussion and solo voice, performed live to a film by Hiroshi Sugimoto. c. 60 min.

Co-composed with Richard Reed Parry. Commissioned by Barbican Centre, Edinburgh International Festival, Cork Opera House, Sydney Festival and St. Denis Festival in collaboration with MET Museum Presents for the NY Philharmonic Contact Ensemble.

Tromp Miniature2015

Marimba and Crotales. 5 min.

Commissioned by International Tromp Percussion Competition 2014.

Quilting2014

Orchestra. 17 min.

Commissioned by the Los Angeles Philharmonic, to be premiered by the Los Angeles Philharmonic, conducted by Gustavo Dudamel at the Walt Disney Performance Hall on May 28, 2015 in Los Angeles, CA, USA

Maximus to Gloucester, Letter 272015

Bass Clarinet, Vibraphone, Piano, Electric Guitar, Cello and Double Bass. 5 min.

Commissioned by Bang on a Can, Muziekgebouw Frits Philips Eindhoven, and Sacrum Profanum Festival. Premiered September 17, 2013 at Sacrum Profanum Festival in Krakow, Poland.

40 Canons2014

String Quartet and Guitar. 25 min.

Commissioned by the Kronos Quartet, premiered by Kronos and Bryce Dessner at the Barbican Concert Hall in London, England on May 14, 2014.

Reponse Lutoslawski2014

String Orchestra. 23 min.

Co-commissioned by the National Audiovisual Institute of Poland and the Mexico National Orchestra, premiered by the Polish National Radio Symphony Orchestra at Teatr Wielki-Polish National Opera in Warsaw, Poland on November 29, 2014.

Music For Wood And Strings2013

Percussion Quartet. 40 min.

Commissioned by Carnegie Hall, premiered by So Percussion at Carnegie Hall on November 23, 2013.

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Black Mountain Songs2013

Chorus A Capella / Chorus Plus Instruments. 70 min.

Co-curated with Richard Reed Parry. Music by Jherek Bischoff, Bryce Dessner, Tim Hecker, John King, Nico Muhly, Richard Reed Parry, Caroline Shaw, and Aleksandra Vrebalov. Commissioned by The Brooklyn Youth Chorus and Brooklyn Academy of Music, premiered April 13, 2013 at the MusicNOW Festival in Cincinnati, Ohio.

Murder Ballades2013

Flute, Clarinet, Percussion, Piano, Violin, Cello. 16 min.

Commissioned by eighth blackbird and Lunapark and funded by The Doelen Concert Hall Rotterdam, Muziekgebouw aan ‘t IJ Amsterdam, and Muziekgebouw Frits Philips Eindhoven, with the financial support of The Van Beinum Foundation, premiered April 5, 2013 at Muziekgebouw Eindhoven in the Netherlands.

Little Blue Something2012

String Quartet. 7 min.

Written for Kronos Quartet, premiered May 31, 2012 at Ensems Festival in Valencia, Spain.

Lachrimae2012

String orchestra. 15 min.

Commissioned by Amsterdam Sinfonietta, Scottish Ensemble, and the Norwegian Chamber Orchestra, premiered June 16, 2012 at the Holland Festival. Performed by Amsterdam Sinfonietta, conducted by Andre de Ridder.

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St. Carolyn by the Sea2011

Electric Guitars and Orchestra. 15 min.

Commissioned by American Composers Orchestra and Muziekcentrum Eindhoven.

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To The Sea 2011

Vocal. Variable Duration.

Premiered November 2, 2011 during the “Monstrance” installation collaboration with Matthew Ritchie at L&M Arts Los Angeles.

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The Long Winter2010

Solo Cello. 7 min.

Commissioned by Naive Records (FR) for cellist Zachary Miskin.

Tenebre2010

String Quartet and Pre-Recorded Track. 15 min.

Commissioned by Kronos Quartet and the Barbican (London).

Tour Eiffel2010

Chorus and Mixed Chamber Ensemble. 15 min.

Co-commissioned by the Brooklyn Youth Chorus with St. Ann’s Warehouse, Kaufman Center, Manhattan New Music Project and the Ectstatic Music Festival for performances at St. Ann’s on February 10-12, 2011 and at Merkin Concert Hall on March 12, 2011.

O Shut Your Eyes Against the Wind2010

Piano, Percussion, Electric Guitar, Cello, Double Bass and Clarinet. 15 min.

Commissioned by the People’s Commissioning Fund and Bang on a Can for the Ecstatic Music Festival, Merkin Concert Hall, NYC on February 10, 2011.

The Long Count2009

Orchestra and 4 singers. 70 min.

Co-composed with Aaron Dessner. Commissioned by the Brooklyn Academy of Music Next Wave Festival, premiered October 28-31, 2009.

Aheym2009

String Quartet. 12 min.

Commissioned by Kronos Quartet for the Celebrate Brooklyn! Festival. Soft Premiere March 12, 2009 at the Music Now Festival. NY premiere July 18, 2009 in Prospect Park, Brooklyn.

The Lincoln Shuffle2009

Brass Ensemble and Electric Guitars. 30 min.

Series of short pieces commissioned by the Rosenbach Library for Abraham Lincoln’s Bi-Centennial, premiered April 2, 2009 at the Rosenbach Library.

Propolis 2008

Bass Clarinet and Electronics. 40 min.

Co-composed with David Sheppard and Evan Ziporyn. Commissioned by Thyssen Bornemisza Art Contemporary (Vienna) for the Morning Line, a large outdoor sound pavilion by Matthew Ritchie, premiered in October 2008 at the 3rd International Biennial of Contemporary Art of Seville.

Raphael2007

Mixed Large Ensemble. 22 min.

Commissioned by the Kitchen and American Composers Forum, premiered March 13-14, 2007 at the Kitchen (NYC).

Quintets2007

Electric Guitar and String Quartet. 20 min.

Commissioned by the Kitchen and American Composers Forum, premiered March 13-14, 2007 at the Kitchen (NYC).

Turn the River 2007

Score for feature independent film Turn the River. Co-composed with Padma Newsome. Commissioned by Mr. Nice Film Productions.

Memorial 2006

Classical Guitar, Viola, Percussion. 8 min.

Commissioned by the New York Guitar Festival and 92nd Street Y, premiered December 1, 2006 at NY Guitar Festival at the 92nd Street Y.

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BRYCE DESSNER

Bryce Dessner is one of the most sought-after composers of his generation, with a rapidly expanding catalog of works commissioned by leading ensembles. His orchestral, chamber, and vocal compositions have been commissioned by the Los Angeles Philharmonic, Metropolitan Museum of Art (for the New York Philharmonic), Kronos Quartet, BAM Next Wave Festival, Barbican Centre, Edinburgh International Festival, Sydney Festival, eighth blackbird, Sō Percussion, New York City Ballet, and many others. He has created theatrical works in collaboration with choreographers Benjamin Millepied and Justin Peck, artists Matthew Ritchie, Hiroshi Sugimoto, Ragnar Kjartansson, Marcel Dzama, the Brooklyn Youth Chorus, Sufjan Stevens and Nico Muhly.

Dessner’s music – called “gorgeous, full-hearted” by NPR and “vibrant” by The New York Times – is marked by a keen sensitivity to instrumental color and texture. Propulsive rhythms often alternate with passages in which time is deftly suspended. His harmonies are expressive and flexible, ranging from the dense block chords of Aheym to the spacious modality of Music for Wood and Strings.

Bridging musical languages and communities comes naturally to Dessner, born 1976 in Cincinnati, Ohio. After early training on the flute, he switched to classical guitar in his teens. While in high school he started a band with his twin brother Aaron, also a guitarist. “I was playing classical guitar recitals, and people said, ‘You know, you can’t really do both things,’” recalled Dessner in Salon. “My intuition told me they were wrong… Someday that diversity of experience would be more enriching or rewarding than just going down one path.”

He earned his bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Yale University. While at Yale in the late 90’s, Dessner met the other members of the quartet that became Clogs, weaving compositions out of improvisations on classical instruments. Clogs has toured widely, releasing five albums since 2001.

Aheym, commissioned in 2009 by Kronos Quartet, was a breakthrough score. It made its debut before an audience of thousands in Brooklyn’s Prospect Park, not far from Dessner’s home. Since then, the ensemble has played the intense, anguished piece hundreds of times; it served as the centerpiece of a 2013 Kronos disc devoted to Dessner’s music on the Anti- label. St. Carolyn by the Sea followed in 2014 on Deutsche Grammophon, featuring the lyrical title work and two other Dessner compositions performed by the Copenhagen Philharmonic under Andre de Ridder. May 2015 marked the release on Brassland of Music for Wood and Strings, an album-length work performed by Sō Percussion on custom-built “Chord Sticks” that lend a shimmering, hammer dulcimer-like quality. Dessner also produced eighth blackbird’s 2015 record Filament, which features a recording of his piece “Murder Ballades.” The album is nominated for Best Chamber Music/Small Ensemble Performance in the 2016 Grammy’s.

As a performer and producer, Dessner has collaborated with a wide variety of musicians, among them Steve Reich, Philip Glass, David Lang, Bon Iver, Antony and the Johnsons, the Bang on a Can All-Stars, composer/guitarist Jonny Greenwood, singer Shara Worden, and multi-instrumentalist Richard Reed Parry.

His activities as a curator have grown as his career has expanded, allowing him to bring diverse artists and communities together in an organic way. Recently, he was tapped to curate ‘Mountains and Waves,’ a weekend celebration of his music at the Barbican in London, May 2015, with guests including Steve Reich, eighth blackbird, Sō Percussion, Caroline Shaw, and the Britten Sinfonia. In September of 2015, Dessner curated Sounds From a Safe Harbour, a weekend of performances at the Cork Opera House, Ireland.

MusicNOW, the Cincinnati-based contemporary music festival he founded in 2006, has featured Tinariwen, Justin Vernon, Joanna Newsom, David Lang, Grizzly Bear, Perfume Genius, and the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, among many others. In 2015, MusicNOW celebrated its 10 year anniversary. To mark the occasion, an album titled MusicNOW: 10 Years, comprised of the festival’s best live performances, was released. MusicNOW will present it’s 11th season March 18-20, 2016.

This past November Andre de Ridder conducted the New York Philharmonic in the U.S. premiere of Wave Movements, an orchestral work co-composed with Richard Reed Parry and featuring visuals by the photographer Hiroshi Sugimoto. Last May, Gustavo Dudamel conducted the Los Angeles Philharmonic in the premiere of Quilting, a 17-minute score co-commissioned with the BBC Symphony Orchestra. In October 2015, Dessner was tapped, along with Ryuichi Sakamoto and Alva Noto, to compose the score for the upcoming Alejandro González Iñárritu film, The Revenant, slated for release in January 2016. The music received a nomination for Best Original Score in the 2016 Golden Globes. February 2, 2016 saw the premiere of The Most Incredible Thing, a score composed by Dessner for the New York City Ballet and choreographed by Justin Peck.

Bryce Dessner’s music is published by Chester Music Ltd..


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