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Wild Shore New Music, Artists in Residence, September 2023

Bunnell Street Arts Center welcomes Wild Shore New Music for concerts in Homer, Kenai and Anchorage, September 15 – 23nd. Wild Shore will perform Friday, Sept. 22nd 8 pm at Bunnell Street Arts Center, following a composer’s talk at 7pm, open to all ticketed guests.


Wild Shore New Music returns for its tenth season of contemporary classical music in Alaska with a program of intimate chamber music performed by the Wild Shore founding trio. Andie Tanning, Conrad Winslow, and Katie Cox perform a range of recently composed music for their instruments in various combinations and they welcome UAA professor of viola Miriam English Ward to join them on a new quartet about shifting landscapes. Homer-raised composer and pianist Conrad Winslow will offer a rare performance of Igor Stravinsky’s classic piano solo Serenade in A before presenting his third composition written for the Wild Shore founding trio featuring himself on piano, Katie Cox on flute, and Andie Tanning on violin.


Wild Shore New Music presents a composer talk with Conrad Winslow before the Wild Shore evening concert. Winslow will offer insights into his creative process, demonstrating links among visual art, political group formation and sound architecture, and discussing how emotional meaning is made in the cracks of uncertainty.


Bunnell Street Arts Center presents Wild Shore in concert for youth in Homer  at  Paul Banks Elementary Wednesday, September 20, 2023 at 1 pm (with Little Fireweed Academy also attending). Wild Shore’s concert for youth in Kenai is Saturday, September 23 at Kenai Fine Arts Center at (time TBA)


Wild Shore evening concert in Kenai, Saturday, Sept. 23, at Christ Lutheran Church in Kenai and Sunday, September 24, at UAA Fine Arts Building in Anchorage.

With grant support from RURAL CAP/Thriving Communities, Bunnell Street Arts Center is pleased to present a series of workshops in 2023-2024 to spark joy, health and healing for people living around Kachemak Bay. Wildshore’s residency is supported by the Harper Arts Touring Fund administered by the Alaska State Council on the Arts. 

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