Composer and performer Sarah Davachi makes her Northrop debut with an evening of solo organ works featuring her signature textural and harmonic experimentation, taking full advantage of the remarkable Northrop Aeolian-Skinner Opus 892. Davachi's highly environmental music travels through physical space and slow-moving time to reveal aural complexities that are both intimate and expansive. A visionary talent at the organ, Davachi creates a transcendent experience in the live presentation of her ethereal work. 

"Sarah Davachi builds temples out of tone…every project treats music as a space to become comfortably suspended inside."—Pitchfork

“[Music that’s] enthralling, enrapturing, invigorating, even.”—The Quietus

“There’s power in dissonance to unsettle and in harmony to please. Sarah Davachi is delving deep into the intervals between these states, to the place where emotion dwells, and is holding us down there until we can feel it roaring through our lungs. Just don’t forget to breathe.”—The Quietus

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Event Information

  • In-person Seating: General Admission
  • Doors: 6:00 pm
  • Event Begins: 7:00 pm
  • Program Length: Approximately 70 minutes
  • Accessibility: This event will be captioned, with other accessibility services available upon request.
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About The Liquid Music | Northrop series

Expand your idea of how music flows through contemporary dance, film, and beyond. The Liquid Music | Northrop series brings four boundary-pushing works to the Northrop stage in 2024. Immerse yourself in these dynamic performances from exceptional collaborations.