Nico Muhly's Keep in Touch

Thursday, April 30, 2009

Nico Muhly Nico Muhly (Kmeron/flickr)

Nico Muhly's piece Keep in Touch is performed with the composer on piano and Overnight Music host Nadia Sirota on the viola. The composer describes the work as "a lament, a sort of chaconne divided up into sections by more freely composed cadenzas for the viola." Recorded live in the Jerome L. Greene space on April 30th 2009.


Nico Muhly and Nadia Sirota


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Comments [5]

Jedadiah from Portland, OR

I LOVE the frantic gestures to the sound technician.

this is a fierce performance. at moments, it had a lot more going for it than the recording on "Speaks Vols.", IMHO.

Jan. 18 2011 04:25 AM

This popped into my RSS feeds. I know it is available at WQXR|Videos; but, like the Beethoven 7th when it pops on in the car radio, it is nice that this has been brought forward,.

Oct. 02 2010 03:59 PM

Thanks. I knew it! I recognized that unique delivery from hearing him on I think, "Fresh Air".

I appreciate the confirmation.

Mar. 19 2010 01:25 PM


The voice was emanating from Nico's computer. It was Antony Hegarty, of Antony and the Johnsons.

Mar. 19 2010 11:40 AM

Who is the un-credited singer? If it is a recorded voice, whose voice?

Mar. 18 2010 03:43 PM

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