Catalogue

Mackey & Treuting: Orpheus Unsung

Mackey & Treuting: Orpheus Unsung


October 6, 2017


A Production Conceived and Directed by Mark DeChiazza features So Percussion’s Jason Treuting, musicians of The Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra and dancers Sara Gurevich, Denisa Musilova, and Navarra Novy-Williams

Color Theory

Color Theory


April 14, 2017


American Grace

American Grace


February 25, 2014


Pianist Orli Shaham has established an impressive international reputation as one of today’s most gifted soloists and is admired for her interpretations of both standard and modern repertoire. It has long been a dream of Orli Shaham’s to make a statement with American piano music. For Shaham, the composers John Adams and Steven Mackey ‘are at the forefront of defining what it means to be an American pianist today.’ –WFMT Radio

It Is Time

It Is Time


September 27, 2011


Lonely Motel: Music From Slide

Lonely Motel: Music From Slide


September 27, 2011


Nominated for 4 grammies including Best Contemporary Composition and Best Small Ensemble Performance. Performed by eighth blackbird, Rinde Eckert and Steven Mackey. Cedille Records 2011

Dreamhouse

Dreamhouse


October 11, 2010


The DreamHouse portable greenhouse has 2 screened doors and 8 screened vent openings which allow for optimum air circulation. It also features a unique, zip-together design. You can zip one DreamHouse to another infinitely. The outer walls form partitions between the DreamHouse so you can create diverse growing environments to suit your needs.

Speak like the People, Write like the King

Speak like the People, Write like the King


March 1, 2009


A recording of Steven Mackey’s music, in collaboration with the Borromeo Quartet. The three pieces on this disc are all for string quartet, or two string quartets (Gaggle and Flock). Ars Moriendi, Latin for ‘the art of dying well’, in 9 sections, is an extremely personal composition, virtually a diary describing the demise of the composer’s father. ‘Lude was written as a companion piece to J.S. Bach’s Contrapunctis XI from “The Art of the Fugue”, and Gaggle and Flock was composed to celebrate collegial bonds between the two excellent quartets that share this recording.

Steven Mackey: Interior Design

Steven Mackey: Interior Design


December 14, 2005


This disc presents premiere recordings of three works by the American composer, Steven Mackey. The disc features violin virtuoso Curtis Macomber on all three works, and documents the long relationship that Macomber has had with Mackey’s music.

Heavy Light

Heavy Light


July 1, 2004


String Theory

String Theory


July 1, 2003


“The excellent Brentano Quartet, Princeton’s Quartet-in-residence, is more than equal to the tasks posed by these demanding pieces. Also included is Mackey’s delightful arrangement of Robert Pete Williams’s blues tune ‘I’ve Grown So Ugly’, an encore that would do the Kronos Quartet proud.”                                                                                                                          – American Record Guide

 

Tuck and Roll: The Music of Steven Mackey

Tuck and Roll: The Music of Steven Mackey


September 11, 2001


The Music of Steven Mackey, Michael Tilson Thomas conducting the New World Symphony, RCA Red Seal.