Catch up on Kronos’ 2018 releases

Listen to our year-end roundup on Spotify or YouTube.

This year, Kronos released:

Landfall, a collaborative album with Laurie Anderson (Nonesuch Records) Stream/purchase >

Clouded Yellow, a collection of works written for us by Bang on a Can founding composer Michael Gordon (Cantaloupe Music) Stream/purchase >

Five works as part of Kronos’ Fifty for the Future open access education project – Zaghlala by Islam Chipsy, Daughters of Sol by Aftab Darvishi, Quartet Satz by Philip Glass, just strings and a light wind above them by Onutė Narbutaitė and pencil sketch by Yevgeniy Sharlat. You can hear these works here and download the scores and parts to begin learning to play them here.

We made a guest appearance on:

San Francisco Girls Chorus’ final answer, performing with them “Opening: Forest” from Vireo: The Spiritual Biography of a Witch’s Accuser by Lisa Bielawa, Bubbles by Aleksandra Vrebalov and Music of Spheres by Sahba Aminikia (Orange Mountain Music) Stream/purchase >

We had reissued on vinyl:

Different Trains/Electric Counterpoint by Steve Reich, performed by Kronos and Pat Metheny respectively (1989, Nonesuch Records). Stream/purchase >

Lastly, we had remixes released for Clouded Yellow:

Clouded Yellow (David Harrington Remix) was produced in collaboration with Sunset Youth Services and created by Joel Tarman, Mali Q, Angelo Bishop and Kronos’ artistic director, founder and violinist David Harrington (Cantaloupe Music). Stream/purchase >

Clouded Yellow (Bill Frisell Remix) was arranged and engineered by Cantaloupe’s Adam Cuthbert and features guitar accompaniment by Bill Frisell (Cantaloupe Music). Stream/purchase >

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