Category: Press

MUSIC, COGNITION, TECHNOLOGY AND SOCIETY POST-CONFERENCE REPORT

May 23, 2012 “Throw some Stephen Hartke and Thomas Larcher in a pot, add a dash of backyard gab, and you get this delightful foray into sandy fields and heavily tracked neighborhoods throughout which the baby rattle of progress bleats its weary song amid pointillist loveliness between violin and cello. Peaks in a glorious hoedown […]

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SOUTHERN INDIANA WIND ENSEMBLE SPRING CONCERT

May 8, 2012 “The concert will feature a work by Eric Lindsay, the winner of the first annual SIWE Composition Competition, Coronary Dance of the Destructive Sense…a colorful depiction of a married couple not quite getting along on the dance floor.” – Bloom Magazine  

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BEYOND WORDS

December 9, 2011 “The polyrhythmic percussion writing (and the execution thereof!) for Matthew Duval was inspired. It made for a post-minimalist sound but with more optimistic harmonies and not as strictly minimal.” (“Town’s Gonna Talk”) –Evan Kuchar, ChicagoNow

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COMING UP AT OLD FIRST CONCERTS

“Featured on this program is the World Premiere performance by the Adorno Ensemble of Eric Lindsay’s 2010 Koussevitzky Award-winning work, So I Want To Write A Piece About John Cage. In Eric Lindsay’s words, ‘So I Want To Write A Piece About John Cage is not merely about the continuation of Cage’s ideas in an […]

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NEW COMPOSITIONS AN ADVENTURE FOR MUSICIANS, LISTENERS

April 22, 2010 “Lindsay’s [“Piano” for mezzo-soprano and sinfonietta ensemble] left a strong and positive reaction…because of the aura engendered by the orchestration and the vocalist’s exclamatory story telling. Here, indeed, one could imagine present and past fusing.” –Peter Jacobi, Bloomington Herald-Times

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DIFFERING MUSICAL EXPRESSIONS CLEVER, MEMORABLE

January 25, 2010 “Eric Lindsay played 21st century cabaret in “Do You Feel Love?,” singing into machinery that altered everything possible about his voice and produced ever-changing circles and washes on screens behind him.” –Peter Jacobi, Bloomington Herald-Times

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NEWEST OF THE NEW PREMIERED AT CABRILLO MUSIC FESTIVAL

August 8, 2008 “Eric Lindsay billed his “Darkness Made Visible” as a dukeing-it-out between old-style classical music and aggressive modern fare. The resulting work, filled with cartoonish juxtapositions, blended lyricism with humor.” – Phyllis Rosenblum, The Santa Cruz Sentinel

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DAZZLING IN DOUBLE-TIME

August 6, 2008 “Eric Lindsay’s brief Darkness Made Visible impressively reconciled two opposing musical styles that ‘start out talking smack to each other.’” – Scott MacClelland, Metro Santa Cruz

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HALF-MEASURE BRILLIANCE

August 5, 2008 “Things picked up a bit with Eric Lindsay’s Darkness Made Visible, the premiere of the revised version of this 2003 work. Lindsay, a rising star still in his 20s, wrote the piece to depict the tension between traditional concert hall fare and new works, and the reluctance of orchestra audiences to embrace […]

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