chatterbird is a Nashville-based alternative classical ensemble, dedicated to exploring uniquely orchestrated chamber music.
Thanks for joining us for our 2016/17 season! Stay tuned and keep an eye on this space for 2017/18 news. The upcoming season will feature Wu Fei, chatterbird’s new Composer in Residence for the upcoming season, a December 2017 collaboration with composer and inventor Robbie Lynn Hunsinger, a large-scale project and residency in March 2018 with Jason Treuting, and a number of other exciting projects. More to come!
September 8, 11 AM: WPLN’s Live in Studio C. Tune in to hear chatterbird musicians + Wu Fei performing on WPLN’s Live in Studio C as a part of Radio Fest, 11 AM.
November 15, 2 PM: Nashville Public Library Auditorium. Collaborative concert featuring Wu Fei and chatterbird musicians presented in partnership with Music for Seniors. This concert will feature the silent film archives of the Nashville Public Library’s Audiovisual Conservation department. FREE, and sponsored in part by funding from the Tennessee Arts Commission’s Arts Build Communities program.
December 7, 8 PM: Ingram Hall, Vanderbilt University. An immersive visual concert featuring the music of Wu Fei, Robbie Hunsinger, Anna Thorvaldsdottir, and more. More information here.
January 30, 8 PM: Turner Hall, Vanderbilt University. A concert of music featuring the music of Wu Fei, chatterbird’s Composer in Residence for the 2017/18 season.
March 18, 8 PM: Ingram Hall, Vanderbilt University. Culminating concert for residency with Jason Treuting! chatterbird will perform his suite Amid the Noise, specially arranged for our group.
August 4, 8:30 PM: Continuum Music Festival, Memphis
More information and tickets here.
3/31/17 – 4/1/17: TED HEARNE RESIDENCY, at WELD Nashville
chatterbird hosted award-winning composer Ted Hearne for a weekend of his music, including the stunning, thought-provoking Katrina Ballads (4/1, 7:30 PM) as well as an intimate set of his songs (3/31, 7 PM).
MARCH 31, 2017: Outlanders, 7 PM, WELD NASHVILLE. Featuring an opening set by cellist Leah Coloff.
APRIL 1, 2017: Katrina Ballads. 7:30 PM, WELD NASHVILLE. Featuring original film by Bill Morrison.
Want to know more about the ART + ACTIVISM workshop? Read more here.
Thanks to the Nashville Scene for naming chatterbird Best Chamber Ensemble in 2015’s Best of Nashville awards!
“Founded just a year ago, the delightful alt-classical group chatterbird has
all but redefined Nashville’s classical landscape…” – John Pitcher, Nashville Scene
Thanks for joining us at WELD for our December concert with Wu Fei.
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