Now in its fourth year, Brooklyn Bound is a popular series of concerts at Sō’s working studio in the Navy Yard section of Brooklyn. Casual and intimate, the concerts feature us and emerging ensembles.
So performs John Luther Adams, John Cage, and a set with Man Forever as part of this eclectic festival!
From Out a Darker Sea is inspired by the denizens of Seaham, England, a coastal town that has struggled to reinvent itself after the crushing loss of its mining industry.
Please join us for this U.S. premiere!
Dawn Upshaw, Gilbert Kalish and Sō Percussion perform an unforgettable program of music that focuses on the expansive limits of song and collaboration.
With their genre-blending productions and sensational interpretations of modern classics, Sō Percussion has redefined the scope and role of the modern percussion ensemble.
David Lang’s virtuosic percussion concerto "man made," crafted from found objects takes the stage with it's first international performance in Vilnius, Lithuania.
This two week tour will bring So Percussion's original evening-length work 'From Out a Darker Sea' to churches in 12 cities throughout the UK. Originally staged in St. John's church in Seaham
Groundbreaking percussion quartet Sō Percussion presents a program of 20th century American classics, new works, and original compositions by their own members.
Two powerhouse new-music ensembles come together for an evening of premieres, including a work by Carnegie Hall’s Richard and Barbara Debs Composer’s Chair Philip Glass.
A journey in ambience, rhythm, and texture featuring composers from California's past and present exploring works by Lou Harrison, Steve Reich, Nathaniel Stookey, and Mason Bates.
Five-time Grammy-winning soprano Dawn Upshaw is joined by one of today's leading percussion quartets, So Percussion. This contemporary pairing brings an exciting freshness to meaning collaboration.
Sō Percussion is a percussion-based music organization that creates and presents new collaborative works to adventurous and curious audiences in order to to unite people and forge deep social bonds.