Aug 9, 2017
Whether on record or in a live setting, composer/multi-instrumentalist/vocalist Finnegan Shanahan's The Two Halves is hauntingly ambitious. The album, based on a Hudson River Railroad map (circa 1852), was released last year and has been performed with Contemporaneous, an ensemble Finnegan helped establish when he attended Bard College. New York's Rite of Summer music festival will feature the latest performance of The Two Halves during its 2017 season on Governors Island. This episode also includes an interview with Rite of Summer's co-artistic directors, Pam Goldberg and Blair McMillen. ["The Azimuth" from The Two Halves is included in its entirety.]
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