10/20/18 Broadcasts

  • 6:30pm – 8:00pm Toledo Museum of Art: Legendary Composer & Pianist Harold Budd

    Great Performances: Harold Budd

    Saturday, Oct. 6: 6:30 p.m. artist talk/8 p.m. performance, Peristyle

    Tickets are $15 for Museum members, $35 for nonmembers and can be purchased in advance at toledomuseum.org or by phone during Museum hours at (419) 255-8000 ext. 7448. This concert is supported in part by Robert and Rose Wagner with additional support from the MidAmerican Center for Contemporary Music of the College of Musical Arts at Bowling Green State University. Great Performances is supported in part by the Dorothy MacKenzie Price Fund.

    Gallery Talk: Harold Budd

    Sunday, Oct. 7:  3 p.m., Gallery 1

    The event is free but registration is required; first-come-first-served tickets are available at toledomuseum.org. This program is supported in part by Robert and Rose Wagner.


    The Toledo Museum of Art (TMA) will welcome genre-defying artist Harold Budd to its classical concert hall and galleries for a one-of-a-kind artist residency this fall. Budd’s infrequent public concerts are intimate events that bring together music, visual art and spoken word within unique architectural settings. Considered a founder of minimalist, avant-garde, ambient and electronic music, Budd will give a master class, a rare career-spanning performance with string ensemble and a gallery talk. The master class will take place at Bowling Green State University Oct. 5, and the TMA programs will take place Oct. 6 and 7.

    On Oct. 6 at 8 p.m. in the Peristyle, Budd will perform the world premiere of Petits Souffles – a new work for piano, celeste and string quartet, the six parts of which were inspired by visual art from the first half of the 20th century – as well as other newly-composed and reworked pieces for keyboard and string ensemble and compositions from early in his career. A pre-concert talk at 6:30 p.m. will allow the audience to hear Budd share his creative process and the visual inspiration behind Petits Souffles. Tickets can be purchased online at toledomuseum.org.

    On Oct. 7 at 3 p.m. in Gallery 1, surrounded by work from TMA’s permanent collection, Budd will share his thoughts on finding musical inspiration in visual images, visual artists and architectural spaces. He will also reflect on his friendships and admiration for visual artists including Mark Rothko and Agnes Martin. The event is free but registration is required; first-come-first-served tickets will be available at toledomuseum.org.

    Harold Budd, over the course of his more than 50-year career, has composed and recorded in classical, neo-classical, jazz and avant-garde styles. His collaborations with bands such as the Cocteau Twins and producers Brian Eno (U2, Talking Heads) and Daniel Lanois (Bob Dylan, Peter Gabriel) resulted in ambient and rock albums that have gained him a devoted worldwide following. Budd, who is also a poet, frequently takes inspiration from visual art as he creates; in the 1960s, he composed an orchestral work inspired by Mark Rothko’s paintings, and eventually became friends with the artist himself. Budd’s extraordinary circle of friends also includes architect Josh Schweitzer, originally from Toledo, whose Monument House close to Joshua Tree National Park in California is an artist retreat where Budd has lived and served as caretaker for decades.

    Budd will begin his TMA residency by spending time in the permanent collection galleries and award-winning architectural spaces, initiating a creative process that will lead to new compositions. On Friday, Oct. 5, at 10 a.m. Budd will teach a master class for students and faculty of the College of Musical Arts at Bowling Green State University sharing how he often develops a new piece of music from a visual image, a phrase drawn from a poem or simply an artist’s name. The master class is open to the public and will take place in Kobacker Hall in the Moore Musical Arts Center at BGSU. Admission is free.

    “This is truly an unprecedented residency for the Toledo Museum of Art,” said Scott Boberg, TMA manager of programs. “Throughout his long career, Harold has enjoyed periods of concentrated creativity, and the Museum is thrilled that he is actively composing new work in anticipation of his visit to TMA. As a composer and performer, Harold is often inspired by art, architecture and physical spaces. To have him working in the Museum, a place with its own unique combination of classical and modern influences, is a marvelous collaboration and tribute to Harold’s varied interests and his legendary career.”

  • 9:00pm – 3:00am FROM GERMANY TO LA



    After From Berlin to LA 2016 and 2017, and The Lab 2017, we are doing it again!

    New festival curation by YMA coming up on October 5 + 6 in LA, and as usual, with a diverse lineup, affordable ticket price, and central venues. Some new artists, and some artists we are happy to work with again: art work by Opashona Ghosh and Serigraffeur, 3-d mapping and projections by CloakingLisa Wassmann, and Valquire Veljkovic, music by Alan Oldham, Anna Cavazos, Byrke Lou live, DJ Hell, Eric D. Clark, Kim Anh, Lady Starlight live, Nine Inch Nilina, Sky Deep live (presenting her Reclaim the Beats stage), Tyree Cooper, and Vulinej.

    The festival is part of Deutschlandjahr 2018/19, a collaborative initiative of the Federal Foreign Office and the Goethe-Institut, with the support of the Federation of German Industries/BDI. RSVP on Facebook for Friday 5 and Saturday 6,        grab your ticket HERE.

    Enquire about booking YMA’s artists or event curation worldwide HERE

  • 12:00pm – 5:00pm The World with Frosty & Morpho at Ace Hotel & Swim Club Palm Springs

    Frosty & Morpho bring you on a delightfully dizzy spin around the globe as they DJ poolside sets at Ace Hotel & Swim Club Palm Springs. Dive into the rhythmic sizzle!

  • 1:00pm – 6:00pm DUBLAB Presents: VIBING TIME at Ace Hotel Downtown LA w/ Mark Van de Maat

    dublab is a community supported web radio station and creative collective dedicated to the growth of progressive music, arts and culture. Since 1999 dublab has been exploring the wide spectrum of Future Roots music. dublab DJs dig deep to share music that blurs boundaries and elevates ears.

    dublab special guest Mark Van de Maat will share sun-soaked music selections from the rooftop of the Ace Hotel Downtown Los Angeles.

    Free / All Ages / Good Tunes / Bring Friends