Hop@Home: Rabbit Rabbit Radio Living Room Concert
Live Living Room Concert

Rabbit Rabbit Radio

with Carla Kihlstedt and Matthias Bossi
May 19

Raw, sparse, beautiful music by a song-spinning husband-wife duo.

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Rabbit Rabbit Radio is the duo of Carla Kihlstedt (voice/violin) and Matthias Bossi (drums, piano/keyboard, voice). (You might remember Carla from her luminous Hop-commissioned composition Understory, premiered last spring by the Brooklyn Youth Chorus in the Hood Museum of Art's Russo Atrium!) Rendered on a motley assortment of instruments both old and new, Rabbit Rabbit Radio's songs draw on the couple's shared love of art and folk songs, industrial and improvised music, and heart-wrenching balladry. They drop a new song on the first day of every month to their subscribers at RabbitRabbitRadio.Bandcamp.com

In this, their first ever live-streamed concert, Carla and Matthias will play a few of their old favorites, and a couple of songs too new still to have names. They may even tap you for spontaneous lyric suggestions. (What else is a chat window good for?!)

More about Rabbit Rabbit Radio

Massachusetts-based Carla Kihlsted and Matthias Bossi are collectively founding members of a host of diverse bands and have made music with Tom Waits, Mike Patton, Bill Frisell, Ben Goldberg, Skeleton Key, Madeleine Peyroux, Tracy Chapman, John Vanderslice, St. Vincent, Carla Bozulich, Pretty Lights and The Tiger Lillies. Kihlstedt has written music for the International Contemporary Ensemble, the San Francisco Girls' Chorus, the Brooklyn Youth Chorus, Bang On a Can All-Stars, ROVA Saxophone Quartet and Brooklyn Rider, while Bossi has written extensively for video game creators Team Meat and for many podcasts, including This American Life and The Frontline Dispatch.

This event occurred as part of the 19/20 Hop@Home season. This is an archived view.

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