Mar
25
Mon
ice ‘n’ SPICE @ City Winery - Chicago, IL
Mar 25 @ 7:00 pm

Program

ice ‘n’ SPICE – Nina Shekhar
Electric Aroma – Viet Cuong
The Clarity of Cold Air – Jonathan Bailey Holland
 Lobster Tales and Turtle Soup – Holly Harrison
Eroding – Fjóla Evans
Stay On It – Julius Eastman

Mar
29
Fri
The Kennedy Center’s Direct Current Series presents Forward Music Project @ Dupont Underground
Mar 29 @ 8:00 pm – 10:00 pm

The Kennedy Center will present cellist Amanda Gookin performing her female program Forward Music Project, including Nathalie Joachim’s Dam Mwen Yo for solo cello and field recordings in collaboration with video artist, Katy Tucker. This performance is part of DIRECT CURRENT and National Sawdust Projects.

Apr
2
Tue
University of Richmond Residency @ Modlin Center for the Arts - Richmond, VA
Apr 2 – Apr 6 all-day
Apr
10
Wed
Michigan State University @ Fairchild Theater - Lansing, MI
Apr 10 @ 7:30 pm

Program

 ice ‘n’ SPICE – Nina Shekhar
Quimbombó – Angélica Negrón
The Clarity of Cold Air – Jonathan Bailey Holland
Lobster Tales and Turtle Soup – Holly Harrison
Rot Blau – Jessie Marino
Electric Aroma – Viet Cuong
Eroding – Fjóla Evans
Stay On It – Julius Eastman

May
17
Fri
Dissolve @ Steppenwolf 1700 Theatre
May 17 @ 8:00 pm

Program

Music for Pieces of Wood – Steve Reich
Quimbombó – Angelica Negrón
Rot Blau – Jessie Marino 
Four Rain Begging Songs – Alex Mills
Madam Bellegarde – Nathalie Joachim
Less is More – Molly Joyce 

Amygdala – Gemma Peacocke
Dissolve, O My Heart – Missy Mazzoli

May
18
Sat
Dissolve @ Steppenwolf 1700 Theatre
May 18 @ 8:00 pm

Program

Music for Pieces of Wood – Steve Reich
Quimbombó – Angelica Negrón
Rot Blau – Jessie Marino 
Four Rain Begging Songs – Alex Mills
Madam Bellegarde – Nathalie Joachim
Less is More – Molly Joyce 

Amygdala – Gemma Peacocke
Dissolve, O My Heart – Missy Mazzoli

May
30
Thu
The Wallis presents Forward Music Project @ Lovelace Studio Theater
May 30 @ 8:00 pm – 10:00 pm

NATIONAL SAWDUST @ THE WALLIS – May 30-31, 2019
“The startlingly visceral cellist Amanda Gookin performs stylistically contrasting commissions by seven female composers that explore a range of issues facing women today, from the LGBTQ+ to reproductive rights, sexual violence and empowerment.”

Program includes Nathalie Joachim’s Dam Mwen Yo for cello and field recordings. Additional composers include Angélica Negrón, Leila Adu, Jessica Meyer, Allison Loggins-Hull, Amanda Feery, Morgan Krauss

Jun
1
Sat
Noon to Midnight Festival @ Walt Disney Concert Hall - Los Angeles, CA
Jun 1 @ 8:00 pm