Archive for Month: October 2010
ALIAS picked in Best of Nashville 2010
We’re popping the Champagne — we were recognized in the 2010 Best of Nashville awards! A big thanks to Russell Johnston and the Nashville Scene for recognizing us in this year’s group of winners!
NASHVILLE SCENE: ‘Magnificent debut’ of Hilos
Here is an excerpt of another strong review from the Nashville Scene of Hilos: ”If you want to terrify a concert audience into fleeing a theater, you don’t have to shout “fire.” In many American cities you only have to whisper the words “modern music.”Fortunately, that’s not the case in Nashville, where the Alias Chamber Ensemble has developed a large and loyal following for its adventurous programming. Alias packed the Blair School of Music’s Turner Hall for its season-opening…. Read more inside
NEA BLOG: ‘Art Talk with Gabriela Lena Frank’
How does Gabriela Lena Frank view the artist’s role in the community? How does she define creativity? These answers and more are featured by the NEA in an in-depth interview with Frank about Hilos and The GLF Project with ALIAS.
Tennessean: Hilos ‘a joyous affair’
The Tennessean’s Evans Donnell gives the first review of the Hilos world premiere, performed Oct. 1 during ALIAS’ fall concert. The show was a success, and we nearly sold out the seats at Turner Hall! Details inside, including an excerpt and a link to the story.
WPLN: ALIAS Redefines Musical Success
Nina Cardona features ALIAS on this morning’s report on WPLN, the Nashville Public Radio station. Inside, we’ve included links to the full transcript and streaming audio of the segment.
Tennessean: Serendipity mixes musicians, composer
Great coverage in The Tennessean by writer Evans Donnell, featuring ALIAS and The GLF Project. We’ve included an excerpt, and a link to the full story…