Ting Luo, piano
Cosmic Cliffs – Multimedia Piano Concert presented by New Arts Collaboration x Emerging Composers
Aries Mond Sustain (2022) World Premiere
Cole Reyes Hold Close and Let Go (2022) World Premiere
Xuesi Xi Meteor Shuttle (2023) World Premiere
Emily Koh reperio (2022) West Coast Premiere
Juhi Bansal Through Cracked Mirrors (2018)
Sarah Wald Rhapsody on ‘Rahel Lastimoza’ (2023) World Premiere
Touch Improvisation with SuperCollider, audio programming by Joo Won Park (2017)
Dylan Findley Cosmic Cliffs (2023) World Premiere
New Arts Collaboration presents its unique program collaborating with talented composers in their early career around the US from the East Coast to the Bay Area. This innovative and experimental piano concert will feature new works by Xuesi Xu, Dylan Findley, Sarah Wald and Cole Reyes, performed by pianist Ting Luo alongside multimedia projections and electronic sounds. Furthermore, to commemorate the Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month in May, the concert will feature works by Emily Koh and Juhi Bansal as well as an improvisational piano piece with sounds programmed in Supercollider by Joo Woo Park! The concert also features the world premiere of Sustain for piano and electronics by French artist Aries Mond.
“Cosmic Cliffs finds inspiration in and uses imagery from NASA’s James Webb Telescope … both the audio and video interact with the performer during the performance.” – from the program note of Cosmic Cliffs by Dylan Findley.
Ting Luo, pianist and director of New Arts Collaboration, based in Bay Area. She has performed and lectured in prestigious venues in China and US, advocating contemporary music. Ting Luo has curated a multimedia music and art project NAC since 2020. She actively collaborates with artists from multiple disciplines including visual artists, composers, and sound artists. Works by NAC have been featured in The San Luis Obispo Museum of Art’s Digital Shorts Film Festival, Fresh Inc Festival and New Music Gathering Conference/Festival.
New Arts Collaboration is an interdisciplinary art project for sound and multimedia. NAC was curated by pianist Ting Luo in 2020. NAC connects with artists from multi-disciplined fields, forming a strong bond for artists to collaborate with each other, including living composers, sound artists, visual artists and so on. In our vision, sound as a human expression could be formed and interacted freely and experimentally with other mediums including electronics, tape, visuals, music, etc. *New Arts Collaboration is a fiscally-sponsored affiliate of InterMusic SF, a not-for-profit organization dedicated to small ensemble music in the San Francisco Bay Area.
NAC Fundraiser for supporting living composers and interdisciplinary art: https://newartscollaboration.org/fundraiser
More info: https://newartscollaboration.org/