Terroir New Music presents Terroir007: DIGITAL JUICE, a program of interactive electronic music featuring Null-state, paired with craft beer brewed by Hidden Springs Ale Works. Null-state is an electroacoustic duo and organization co-founded by Melody Chua and Benjamin D. Whiting, which specializes in live-electronics and live-coding performance via the sensor-augmented Chaosflöte. The concert will take place at 7:30 PM on Monday, October 22 at Hidden Springs Ale Works.
Terroir New Music continues its series of music by living composers, paired with locally-crafted beer, with Terroir006: to the earth at Fancy Free Nursery on Sunday, April 22 at 7:30 PM. This program is in celebration of Earth Day, and will feature two beers selected to compliment the program from neighboring brewery, Hidden Springs Ale Works.
Terroir New Music is proud to present the second concert of its inaugural season, terroir005: solera. This is an extension of an ongoing collaboration with c.1949 Florida Beer Garden, highlighting and pairing together two of Tampa’s best outputs: craft music and craft beer! After all, c.1949 was the location of Terroir’s very first concert event, terroir001:starter (May 4, 2017).
Terroir New Music is proud to present Terroir004: mothertongue, a concert in collaboration with Bake'n Babes featuring the music of all-female composer collective Kinds of Kings. The concert will take place Sunday, March 11 at 3 PM. mothertongue is being presented as a celebration of women composers everywhere, highlighting a demographic that is often underrepresented or overlooked in programming by many music organizations. It will take place right after International Women’s Day (March 8). This will be the first concert in Terroir New Music’s inaugural season.
Terroir New Music is proud to return with its second iteration of contemporary music and craft beer pairings in collaboration with c.1949.
(kick)starter reinvents the idea behind Terroir’s inaugural concert event in a celebratory kickoff for our 2018 Kickstarter campaign. “Starter” alludes to the culture used in the fermentation of many foods and alcohols (such as sourdough bread, or solera-aged liquors), and serves as a metaphor as we fundraise for our 2018 full series of concert events with food and alcohol pairings.