October 3, 2020 — The Bowers Fader Duo performed Who will cry for her? on a concert of new American art song. Watch the video here.
August 2020 — The Bowers Fader Duo have recorded Who will cry for her?, a new song about how the pandemic has altered our experience of grief, with text by Rev. Kathleen W. Haynes. Watch the video here.
March 14th, 2020 — Clarinetist Emily Mehigh performed In Which They Are Received at The College Music Society’s Pacific Southwest Conference in Flagstaff, AZ. Watch a video (of the full program) here.
February 1st, 2020 — The Bowers Fader Duo included On Being Interrupted on a concert featuring American composers at Tenri Cultural Institute in New York City.
December 18th, 2019 — The Bold City Contemporary Ensemble included Iwa Ni on a concert of electroacoustic music in Jacksonville, FL.
December 6th & 7th, 2019 — Thompson Street Opera Company presented Apart/ment during their Faulty Systems: Hope & Home event in Chicago, engaging with a community of artists and activists around the issue of homelessness and housing insecurity.
October 18th, 2019 — The Bowers Fader Duo premiered On Being Interrupted on a concert featuring American composers in New York City. This piece examines the advice often recommended to women trying to be heard in male-dominated environments.
September 2019 — The Chorosynthesis Singers recording of socially conscious choral music is now available on iTunes, Spotify and Amazon. This album includes Rebekah’s song Out of Her Place, as well as works by Thomas Schuttenhelm, Steven Serpa, Kala Pierson, Eric Pazdziora, and more!
September 12th, 2019 — Third Angle New Music included Testing the Second Breath on their environmental-themed In Wildness concert in Portland, OR.
April 12th, 2019 — Clarinetist Emily Mehigh performed In Which They Are Received at Slate Arts and Performance in Chicago, IL. Watch the video.