Inversion Ensemble presents Aether benefiting Travis Audubon

Sunday, September 29, 2019 at 3 PM
Redeemer Presbyterian Church 2111 Alexander Ave. Austin, Texas 78722
Students with ID free. $20 for general public. Season tickets $50 for preferred seating


The innovative and critically acclaimed choral group, Inversion Ensemble, explores the four alchemical elements of Earth, Air, Fire and Water in its fourth season, Aether. September 29 Inversion Ensemble presents the concert Air—inspiration/wind, exploring how ephemeral nature of this element represents the fleeting spirit of inspiration and change. Adding to Inversion Ensemble’s tally of over 57 world premières, the concert features brand new works written specially for Inversion Ensemble by local composers Adrienne Inglis and Robbie LaBanca. The concert also includes world première performances of works by the winner of the second annual Emerging Composer Contest, by Alsu Nigmatullina (selected through Carlos Cordero’s Happy Composer project), and by Chicago composer Bethany Younge. Artistic director Trevor Shaw will give a pre-concert with Q&A talk thirty minutes before each performance. A portion of the proceeds will benefit Travis Audubon Society.