Between Thought and Sound

The interpretation and reception of music is always in motion.

Acknowledging the limitations of our language, breaking down the boundaries between performer and audience, and inviting participation in the process of reading and composing, we are continuing a collective creative project. It’s possible that we are only at the beginning of an historical circle.

Ralph Waldo Emerson, “Circles,” from Selected Writings of Emerson, p. 263.

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