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Collaborative Projects


Nathan Davis: Hagoromo

Nathan Davis: Hagoromo

Du Yun: Dinosaur Scar

Du Yun: Dinosaur Scar

Anthony Cheung: Cycles and Arrows

Anthony Cheung: Cycles and Arrows

Steve Reich: Pulse / Quartet

Steve Reich: Pulse / Quartet

Dai Fujikura: Chance Monsoon

Dai Fujikura: Chance Monsoon

Chaya Czernowin: Wintersongs

Chaya Czernowin: Wintersongs

Dai Fujikura: my letter to the world

Dai Fujikura: my letter to the world

Chen/Davis: On the Nature of Thingness

Chen/Davis: On the Nature of Thingness

Dai Fujikura: Mina

Dai Fujikura: Mina

Mario Diaz de León: The Soul is the Arena

Mario Diaz de León: The Soul is the Arena

Nathan Davis & International Contemporary Ensemble: The Bright and Hollow Sky

Nathan Davis & International Contemporary Ensemble: The Bright and Hollow Sky

Matthias Pintscher: Sonic Eclipse

Matthias Pintscher: Sonic Eclipse

Jason Eckardt: Undersong

Jason Eckardt: Undersong

International Contemporary Ensemble: Abandoned Time

International Contemporary Ensemble: Abandoned Time

Mario Diaz de León: Enter Houses Of

Mario Diaz de León: Enter Houses Of

Huang Ruo: Chamber Concerto Cycle

Huang Ruo: Chamber Concerto Cycle

George Crumb Complete Edition, Volume 12

George Crumb Complete Edition, Volume 12

Arlene Sierra: Music Of Arlene Sierra, Vol. 1

Arlene Sierra: Music Of Arlene Sierra, Vol. 1

John Zorn: On The Torment Of Saints, The Casting Of Spells And The Evocation Of Spirits

John Zorn: On The Torment Of Saints, The Casting Of Spells And The Evocation Of Spirits

John Zorn: Commedia Dell’arte

John Zorn: Commedia Dell’arte

"With her newest album, "Density," [Claire] presents the most varied “American” program yet from any soloist in the International Contemporary Ensemble orbit." — Seth Colter Walls, WQXR ( Read More )

"With her newest album, "Density," [Claire] presents the most varied “American” program yet from any soloist in the International Contemporary Ensemble orbit." — Seth Colter Walls, WQXR (Read More)

"It’s a magical effect, but startling, too, because we have come to think of classical performers as transparent conduits for pure music. Bringing their breath and voice back into the performance is a way of asserting their physicality and individual sound. To do it well and remain within the confines of art takes the kind of combination of grace and guts that make Chase one of the more formidable forces on the classical scene – but the result is a full-throated affirmation of chamber music as human drama." — Corinna Da Fonseca-Wollheim, The Wall Street Journal ( Read More )

"It’s a magical effect, but startling, too, because we have come to think of classical performers as transparent conduits for pure music. Bringing their breath and voice back into the performance is a way of asserting their physicality and individual sound. To do it well and remain within the confines of art takes the kind of combination of grace and guts that make Chase one of the more formidable forces on the classical scene – but the result is a full-throated affirmation of chamber music as human drama." — Corinna Da Fonseca-Wollheim, The Wall Street Journal (Read More)

"I've always been ambiguous about the flute. But Chase is doing for classical music what Nicole Mitchell has done for jazz in my mind—making me realize that in the right hands (and I guess with the right lips) the flute can kill it." — Peter Margasak, Chicago Reader ( Read More )

"I've always been ambiguous about the flute. But Chase is doing for classical music what Nicole Mitchell has done for jazz in my mind—making me realize that in the right hands (and I guess with the right lips) the flute can kill it." — Peter Margasak, Chicago Reader (Read More)