O+A’s Requiem for fossil fuels, Thessaloniki, documenta 14

O+A performed their Requiem, as part of documenta 14, in the Rotunda of Galerius, Thessaloniki Greece.

An 8 channel “Orchestra of City resonances” played live by Sam Auinger, surrounded the audience and the four virtuoso singers:  Sarah Chalfy, soprano, Hai-Ting Chinn, mezzo-soprano, Christopher Sokolowski, tenor, and Mark Sans Uhleman, bass.  Bruce Odland conducted.  Sound, Mark Fuller.  The intact acoustics of this ancient roman building were astounding.  Below you can listen.


Tonic : O+A – West Hollywood

In May 2017 Tonic was given a facelift.  Bill Ballou, who has been maintaining the piece and helped to create it along with Cecile Bouchier, replaced the drivers and amplifiers.  We set new levels, based on the preferences of long time users who sit on the speakers day after day for years now, and know all the secrets of this sound installation. 


Harmonic Conduit: O+A

Harmonic Conduit, by O+A   sonically links two communities, Northeastern University and Lower Roxbury  with a new sound installation in Boston’s Ruggles Station. The asymetry of power between the communities can be heard in the soundscapes O+A tap to create a real-time harmony between the two. It runs 24 hours a day as part of the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum’s exhibition, “Listen Hear: The Art of Sound”, with funding by the Goethe Institut, Boston.