Yarn/Wire is a quartet of two percussionists and two pianists. This instrumental combination allows the ensemble flexibility to slip effortlessly between classics of the repertoire and modern works that continue to forge new boundaries.
Founded in 2005, Yarn/Wire is admired for the energy and precision they bring to performances of today’s most adventurous music. The results of their collaborative initiatives with genre-bending artists such as Two-Headed Calf, Pete Swanson, and Tristan Perich point towards the emergence of a new and lasting repertoire that is “spare and strange and very, very new.” (Time Out NY)
(Applied Creativity founder Andrew Horwitz curated Yarn|Wire into the 2011 River To River Festival for a site-specific performance of Louis Andriessen’s Hoketus performed from the balconies and on the street in front of the New York Stock Exchange)