This Week in Live Streamed Concerts 

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NICO MUHLY | WORKS & PROCESS
Created at home by artists familiar to Works & Process audiences, these virtual commissions financially support artists and champion their creative process during these challenging times.
Monday, July 13 at 7:30 PM Eastern Time

HOUSE MUSIC | METROPOLIS ENSEMBLE
Metropolis Ensemble’s series, House Music, reflects its values of putting community at the heart of its practice, and allows it to continue to create opportunities for artists to do what they do best: make and share new music. All artists are being paid for their work. Metropolis Ensemble is commissioning performers to present bite-sized works from contemporary composers, as well as composers to create new works specifically for this series, which are then recorded from wherever the artists are sheltering. “House Music” launched in late March and streams live every Tuesday and Thursday.
Tuesday, July 14 at 10:00 AM Eastern Time

DAN TEPFER | DIGITAL DISCOVERY FESTIVAL
This Discovery Concert kicks off a week of “music and technology” focus led by pianist and composer Dan Tepfer and a live artificial-intelligence driven composition for keys.
Tuesday, July 14 at 6:00 PM Eastern Time

AKI ONDA | ISOLATED FIELD RECORDING SERIES
In response to COVID-19’s impact, ISSUE is commissioning artists to produce field recordings to be streamed over the course of this challenging and isolated time. This series will support artists directly in an unprecedented moment of uncertainty, struggle, and financial risk and emphasize the solidarity of artists working in a situation where everyday life is confined and separated. Focusing on recordings from artists’ current conditions, the series will broadly approach the field recording as an expanded form and open invitation to experiment with home audio recording during this period of social distancing.
Wednesday, July 15 at 8:00 PM Eastern Time

HOUSE MUSIC | METROPOLIS ENSEMBLE
Metropolis Ensemble’s series, House Music, reflects its values of putting community at the heart of its practice, and allows it to continue to create opportunities for artists to do what they do best: make and share new music. All artists are being paid for their work. Metropolis Ensemble is commissioning performers to present bite-sized works from contemporary composers, as well as composers to create new works specifically for this series, which are then recorded from wherever the artists are sheltering. “House Music” launched in late March and streams live every Tuesday and Thursday.
Thursday, July 16 at 10:00 AM Eastern Time

VIRTUAL WORKS & PROCESS: LISA BIELAWA | WORKS & PROCESS
Works & Process at the Guggenheim Presents the Virtual Premiere of Lisa Bielawa’s Broadcast from Home Chapter 15 with Film for Chapter 4 by Anthony Hawley.
Thursday, July 16 at 7:30 PM Eastern Time

ALONE TOGETHER | JENNIFER KOH
Violinist Jennifer Koh’s Alone Together is an online commissioning project that brings composers together in support of the many freelancers among them. Twenty-one composers have each agreed to donate a new, 30-second micro-work for solo violin while also recommending a fellow composer to write their own 30-second solo violin work on paid commission from the artist-driven nonprofit ARCO Collaborative. Koh will premiere a selection of these donated and commissioned works each Saturday at 7:00 p.m Eastern Time.
Saturday, July 18 at 7:00 PM Eastern Time

PATHWAYS: ART & TECHNOLOGY, PART III
Join bespoken and the International Contemporary Ensemble for Part III of a free, four-part online series focusing on the intersection of technology and art. Each session will have different speakers discussing their artistry and practice across four disciplines – moving image, audio engineering, live-sound, and video – and how their work intersects within each area. How does technology and art come together in performance? How do we begin to work across disciplines? The series is not only educational but also a platform for empowerment, breaking down the barriers to using technology in an artist’s practice, & specifically for women & gender non-conforming artists.
Sunday, July 19 at 2:00 PM Eastern Time

LIVE@NATIONALSAWDUST
Live@NationalSawdust is a digital home for the voices and work of the artists they have hosted over the past 5 seasons in their Brooklyn venue. Live@NationalSawdust will feature weekly releases from their archive of live performances and is free for audiences across the globe.