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Welcome to our 2019-2020 Season!

Density512 is pleased share our upcoming series of imaginatively curated live-music experiences. This season marks a turning point in our new collective. In addition to the contemporary orchestra performances you know and love, we are excited to branch out into presenting the eclectic and groundbreaking solo work of our brave and open musicians.

Please consider supporting the future of contemporary music in Austin, TX by subscribing to our 2019-2020 Season. Your subscription package entitles you admission to all 2019-2020 Season events and underwrites those that are free and open to the public:

Stack Overflow // Saturday, September 21, 8pm
Curated by local composer José Martínez, Stack Overflow presents the debut of C3 - Colombian Composers Collective

AUDIENCING // Sunday, September 22, 12:30pm
AUDIENCING explores the relationship between audiences and the objects of the audience.

fold in, fold out // October, TBA
Presentation and recording of three works by UT Austin graduates Nicholas Perry Clark, Akshaya Avril Tucker, and Russell Podgorsek.

The Timeless Sound // Sunday, November 17, 4 pm
Ben Carroll and Zach Morgan present an eclectic mix of historic hunting calls, electro-brass, and avant-garde works by living composers.

Kaleidoscope: benefit concert for Density512 // Sunday, December 8
Guests will experience a series of “micro-performances” curated by Jacob Schnitzer to showcase eclectic solo work by musicians in the collective.

Conduction: Bridging the Divide // Sunday, February 16, 4pm
Immerse yourself in an evening of deep listening and collaboration when songwriters and classical musicians join forces to improvise as a team.

What Status Quo? // Sunday, March 15, 4pm
Experience What Status Quo? - a three part multi-media performance that challenges the definition of new music with Kenken Gorder, trumpet

Eva and the Angel of Death // April 18 and 19
A new opera by composer Thomas B. Yee and librettist Aiden K. Feltkamp, Eva and the Angel of Death portrays the true story of Eva Mozes Kor, a child survivor of the Holocaust and Josef Mengele’s medical experiments.

Syllables and Circuits // May 17th, 4pm
The first presentation of the Electronic Integration Project, a commissioning of electronic music for solo percussion.