Entries by Aaron Siegel


Brother Brother is an operatic work for percussion, strings, choir, soloists and actors that explores the enigma of brotherhood. The story, follows the lives of two pairs of brothers–one historical (Orville and Wilbur Wright) and one contemporary and fictional (RED and BLUE)—as they discover the character of their bond to one another.

Recent Sightings

An enthusiastic review from Frank Oteri on NewMusicBox about the new CD release of Science is Only a Sometimes Friend. NewMusicBox – Sounds Heard: Aaron Siegel NPR and Q2 recently released a list of 100 composers under 40 who are “shaping our contemporary musical scene and defining what it means to be a composer in […]

What is ‘Monumental’?

I was walking around downtown New York last week with some friends when we stopped in front of the New York Stock Exchange to see if it would be a good site for an upcoming ‘staging’ of GROUP, the collective Sound Piece I am developing with Larry Legend. We discussed for a moment the ‘monumental’ […]

Introducing…LockStep Records

Now featuring re-releases of out-of-print 3″ CDRs from Memorize the Sky and an early electronic music EP by Aaron Siegel called Rooms and Spaces. Visit locksteprecords.com for more information or to purchase these digital downloads.


Collective sound iPhone application for public performers (2010)

Cued Up on Q2: Aaron Siegel, LIVE – WQXR

I am very excited to be the featured composer on this Sunday’s “Live” Q2 stream. Q2 is the invaluable online station of New York’s WQXR and a home for a lot of great new and adventuresome music. Listen to the stream at the link below. Cued Up on Q2: Aaron Siegel, LIVE – WQXR.


Not Necessarily New, Just This Year

With the end of the year fast approaching, here come the “Best Of” lists.  With them also comes the sense that so much of what inspired me this year, was not new this year at all.  Instead, for whatever reason, there were a number of things that I encountered this year for the first time, […]


New Memorize the Sky LP – “CREEKS”

“Creeks” (Broken Research) is Memorize the Sky’s third full-length record and first studio effort since 2006’s “Memorize the Sky” on 482 Music which was hailed as “an allusive, relentlessly surprising disc” (WIRE). “In Former Times” (Clean Feed, 2008) documents the band’s performance at the Ulrichsberg Kaleidaphon in the summer of 2007 and was praised as […]