Kaufman Music Center presents Alarm Will Sound at Merkin Hall. In collaboration with Irish Arts Center, the program features The Hunger paired with When Fire is Allowed to Finish by Queens-based artist Alexandra Drewchin (A.K.A. Eartheater). Eartheater distills foley-filled digital production and classical composition into works suspended between reckless romanticism and precisely detailed sonic tapestries. When Fire is Allowed to Finish is comprised of six emotionally charged movements arranged by composers Aaron Parker, Steve Snowden, and Conrad Winslow and was premiered in May 2018. Irish Arts Center presents a 20-minute post-performance discussion to touch on the historical and cultural aspects of The Hunger in relation to how food insecurity is still a part of contemporary life.
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