Austin New Music Co-op
Austin New Music Co-op, founded in 2001, has presented over 50 concerts featuring over 200 new works. Notable New Music Co-op concerts have included three collaborations with Ellen Fullman and her Long String Instrument, the first complete US performance of Cornelius Cardew’s seven-hour epic, The Great Learning, a commission of a program-length work by Berlin-based composer Arnold Dreyblatt, music for the extinct instruments of Luigi Russolo, and a three-day series of the works of the New York School composers. The Co-op was named “Outstanding Classical Ensemble” for 2011-2012 by the Austin Critics’ Table.
- New Music for Skyspace (Fusebox 2018)