Composer and performer Zoë Keating has spent the last 20 years exploring the landscape of sounds a string instrument can make. She coaxes sounds out of the very edges of her cello, adeptly layering them into “swoon inducing” (San Francisco Weekly) music that is unclassifiable yet “a distinctive mix of old and new” (National Public Radio). She is known for her use of technology – which she uses to record and sample her cello onstage and in the studio—and for her DIY approach—composing, recording, and producing her works on her own terms, without the help of a record label. Now based in Burlington, her latest projects include scoring for a three-part science series that will be revealed in Dec 2023 and a motion picture scheduled for release in 2023.
Programming at the Universalist Unitarian Church is presented by Burlington Telecom, Lake Champlain Chocolates, and Hello Burlington