Terroir New Music presents... Terroir004: mothertongue
Terroir New Music is proud to present Terroir004: mothertongue, a concert in collaboration with Bake’n Babes featuring the music of all-female composer collective Kinds of Kings. The concert will take place Sunday, March 11 at 3 PM at CAVU in Tampa. mothertongue is being presented as a celebration of women composers everywhere, highlighting a demographic that is often underrepresented or overlooked in programming by many music organizations. It will take place right after International Women’s Day (March 8). This will be the first concert in Terroir New Music’s inaugural season.
The program for mothertongue will feature six string quartet works by members of Kinds of Kings, an all-female collective consisting of international composers with diverse backgrounds. Each piece will be paired with sweet and savory desserts from Bake’n Babes alongside tea provided by Foundation Coffee Co.
Program (in alphabetical order of composers)
Susanna Hancock: platforms
Maria Kaoutzani: jaune doré
Finola Merivale: The Language Of Mountains Is Rain
Emma O’Halloran: Dying is a Wild Night
Gemma Peacocke: Erasure
Shelley Washington: MIDDLEGROUND
Tickets for this event are $30 per person in advance of the concert ($35 the day of/at the door). This price includes six desserts pairings (one for each piece of music), plus tea. Doors open at 2:30 - music begins at 3 PM. CAVU is located at 1601 N Franklin St, Tampa, FL 33602 in the Tampa Heights community just north of Downtown Tampa.
Please note: only one ticket level is available due to the nature of our events. We carefully curate our events to create a total experience (music + food/beverage). If you have any allergy or dietary concerns, please get in touch with us! We will do everything we can to accommodate your needs - please email us no later than one week prior to our event at firstname.lastname@example.org.