The Living Earth Show

Reviews

Charleston City Paper The Living Earth Show November 5, 2018


"The Living Earth Show's quartertones and toothbrushes invigorate classical music... Meyerson and Andrews captivated the audience like rock stars."

Post & Courier The Living Earth Show November 5, 2018


"Dance Music unabashedly embraces the ridiculous and it succeeds every time."

WQXR The Living Earth Show November 5, 2018


San Francisco Chronicle The Living Earth Show November 5, 2018


San Francisco Chronicle The Living Earth Show November 2, 2018


"Here was a group of poets who came from the communities hit hardest by these forms of systemic inequality, bluntly addressing their struggles to an audience of gentrification’s beneficiaries. And yet, even though Echoes confronted its audience with their place in this cycle, the show got a standing ovation – a hopeful sign that its urgent message was received."

KQED The Living Earth Show November 2, 2018


"A vanguard effort of new chamber music."

The San Francisco Examiner The Living Earth Show November 1, 2018


"The tongue-in-cheek juxtaposition of the title High Art with the charmingly sophomoric album cover photo belies the deeply committed, totally focused playing of guitarist Travis Andrews and percussionist Andy Meyerson. In live performances, the musical communication between Meyerson and Andrews is at times astonishing and has the feeling of being completely natural."

NewMusicBox High Art November 1, 2018


"(The Living Earth Show) exhibited enough vision and energy to make them a much-sought-after presence on the indie-classical scene."

The San Francisco Classical Voice The Living Earth Show November 1, 2018


I Care If You Listen The Living Earth Show November 1, 2018


"I especially loved the Living Earth Show."

Lies Like Truth The Living Earth Show November 1, 2018


"They cover vast sonic territory, and they take the stage with neither safety net to catch ‘em nor sheet music to consult… yet they manage to play (unison and counterpoint) with seemingly-telepathic ease."

Imperfect Fifths The Living Earth Show November 1, 2018


"The most unique ensemble to come out of the San Francisco Conservatory."

The San Francisco Examiner The Living Earth Show November 1, 2018


"Each composition is the result of the pair working in parallel and counter-balance: guitar swirls upward to blanket the negative space left by the decay of chiming cymbal, while those triumphant pops of major key and bass drum radiate with the reactive glow of mutual thought."

ATTN:Magazine High Art November 1, 2018


"If you have that kind of long wavy hair which dries nicely to a session of headbanging then this will serve nicely."

MusicWeb International High Art November 1, 2018