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By the time Lori Goldston released her evocative 2022 album High and Low, the acclaimed composer-cellist had already amassed an incredibly wide-ranging career.  Working enthusiastically for over 25 years, Golston has graced projects by the likes of David Byrne, Earth, Nirvana, Mirah, R. Ring, Laura Viers, and The Wedding Present; accompanied art and multimedia exhibits; scored operas, films, theater, and dance productions; and, between working with the Black Cat Ensemble and under her own name, accumulated one of those labyrinthine discographies that’s honestly a little challenging to pin down. Her farflung catalog features live improvised film scores (The Passion of Joan of Arc); collaborations with a wide spectrum of instrumentalists, songwriters, and vocalists (Very Old Songs, Things Opening, and Film Scores); and largely improvised solo or small group recordings (On a Moonlit Hill in Slovenia, Alloys). Clearly, Goldston keeps busy - and cultivates curiosity. As she puts it, “I have a restless nature; getting too comfortable makes me extremely uncomfortable.”

Press: George Corona III - Terrorbird

Tour Dates

4/30 - New Haven, CT @ Bradley Street Bike Co-Op w/ Kath Bloom & Austin Larkin

5/7 - Brooklyn, NYC @ Long Play Festival

5/9 - 10 - Brooklyn, NYC @ The Brick Theatre 'Ama the Diver' w/ Jim Fletcher & Katiana Rangel

5/11 - Brooklyn, NYC @ Green-wood Cemetery w/ Annie Lanzillotto

6/1 - Seattle, WA @ Northwest Film Forum, Live Score of Dreyer's 'The Passion of Joan of Arc'

West Coast Tour w/ Josephine Foster 2023

6/8 - Seattle, WA @ Good Shepard Center Chapel w/ Natasha El Sergany

6/9 - Whidbey Island, WA @ House Show (Message Lori for Details)

6/11 - San Juan Island, WA @ Grange

6/12 - Anacortes, WA @ The Business

6/13 - Bellingham, WA @ Lookout Arts Quarry

6/15 - Victoria, BC @ Centennial United Church

6/16 - Vancouver, BC @ Toast Collective

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