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September 21, 2017

My Lai featured on WNYC public radio

Today, tenor Rinde Eckert and composer Jonathan Berger appeared on WNYC’s The Leonard Lopate Show to discuss My Lai: A monodrama for tenor, string quartet and Vietnamese instruments, which will be performed next week as part of BAM’s 2017 Next Wave Festival. Praised by the San Francisco Chronicle as “hauntingly beautiful” and “richly evocative” and by the Chicago Tribune as “absorbing” and “eloquent,” the chamber opera, composed by Berger with a libretto by novelist Harriet Scott Chessman, makes its New York debut September 27-30 at the BAM Harvey Theatre in Brooklyn (tickets are still available). Through an intimate character study of My Lai massacre whistleblower Hugh Thompson, Kronos, Eckert, and Vietnamese multi-instrumentalist Vân-Ánh Võ expose the tragedy and trauma of war. Listen to the interview >

Today, tenor Rinde Eckert and composer Jonathan Berger appeared on WNYC’s The Leonard Lopate Show to discuss My Lai: A monodrama for tenor, string quartet and Vietnamese instruments, which will be performed next week as part of BAM’s 2017 Next Wave Festival. Praised by the San Francisco Chronicle as “hauntingly beautiful” and “richly evocative” and by the Chicago Tribune as “absorbing” and “eloquent,” the chamber opera, composed by Berger with a libretto by novelist Harriet Scott Chessman, makes its New York debut September 27-30 at the BAM Harvey Theatre in Brooklyn (tickets are still available). Through an intimate character study of My Lai massacre whistleblower Hugh Thompson, Kronos, Eckert, and Vietnamese multi-instrumentalist Vân-Ánh Võ expose the tragedy and trauma of war. Listen to the interview >

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