music for clarinet, violin, vibraphone, electric guitar, cello, and synthesizer
Forests are defining geographical landmarks that have emotional, spiritual, and physical significance for humans. This music explores the loss of forests through musical interpretation of forest environments, loss of homeland, and the emotional belonging of people.
What does it mean to close a forest? Who has the ability to close a forest? Who does the forest belong to? How can a forest be closed?
Performed live on December 11, 2018 at CCS Bard Hessel Museum
released December 18, 2018
Eva Grunblatt: clarinet
Maeve: Schallert: violin
Ken Winfield: electric guitar
Nathan Matsubara: cello
Cooper Slack: synthesizer
Telo Hoy: composition, vibraphone