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About This Program

Approximate length 2:00

Liquid Music joins forces with pioneering organizations MASS MoCA, Baryshnikov Art Center and Indianapolis Museum of Art in commissioning and presenting Holographic, a new album and performance series created by Paris-born composer Daniel Wohl. Critics have celebrated Wohl’s work as a “boldy surreal aural experience” (The New York Times) and applauded his aptitude for crafting music that can “transport, unsettle and delight all at once" (NPR). Wohl’s sophomore album (releasing January 29 on New Amsterdam Records) produced by Paul Corley (Oneohtrix Point Never, Ben Frost) expands his lush sound world through collaborations with guest artists Lucky Dragons, Olga Bell, Caroline Shaw and ensembles Bang on a Can All-Stars, Mantra Percussion, Mivos Quartet and Iktus Percussion. For the Saint Paul iteration of Holographic, Wohl calls on the talents of Mantra Percussion and the Holographic String Quartet (featuring members of Flux Quartet and String Noise), blending the virtuosic talents of his performers with rich electronic creations to bring his spellbinding musical vision to life.

Album and live performance commissioned by Liquid Music, MASS MoCA (with support from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, Baryshnikov Arts Center and Indianapolis Museum of Art.

In collaboration with The Film Society of Minneapolis St. Paul.

Featured Artists

Daniel Wohl / Mantra Percussion / Holographic String Quartet

Liquid Music Series

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Mantra Percussion


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