November 5, 2019



April 28, 2019

“Fresh Squeezed Opera 2019-20 year is a season of music that carefully examines the systems that are the most delicate today: the global environment, America’s justice system, gender and self identity, and love and partnership.”

Commissioned by FSO, PSYCHOGRAPHICS premieres Nov. 5, 2019, at the National Opera Center in NYC. For more info about FSO and their incredible 2019-2020 season, visit their website:

Commissioned by Derek Bermel and the Seattle Symphony Orchestra for the new high-tech performance space Octave 9, BIG DATA (clarinet quintet and electronics) will premiere April 28 alongside works by Bermel, Mason Bates, Nina C. Young, Steve Reich, Edgar Varese and Mary Kouyoumdjian.

“Inside Octave 9, a high-tech venue that lets Seattle Symphony explore the future of music” - GeekWire

“You have to hear it to believe it: Seattle Symphony’s Octave 9 is a performance venue that morphs to simulate various environments” - Seattle Times


Funeral sentences for damaged cells

June 1, 2019

As part of Kin of the Moon’s final concert of the 2018-19 season, soprano Emily Thorner will be in residence to premiere Eaton’s new work for electric violin, flute, and soprano. The creation of funeral sentences is made possible through the Seattle Office of Arts and Culture.

Wander and Wail: June 1


design by alex allen


Sea change within us

May 10-12, 2019

On May 10th - 12th, as part of Karin Steven Dance’s ongoing work in water concerns and climate change consequences, we will premiere a new work at Base: Experimental Arts + Space as a Base Independent Production. This 60 minute dance, with the audience seated on four sides, features 10 dancers moving 2-D planes into a dynamic 3-D installation by Roger Feldman, an original sound score by Seattle Composers Jessi Harvey and Kaley Lane Eaton, costumes by Sarah Mosher, and lighting design by Sara Torres.