Meredith Monk

On stage

SUPPORT MEREDITH MONK/THE HOUSE FOUNDATION

Your gift will enable future productions and the beginning of the Meredith Monk Lineage Project*.


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Meredith Monk/The House Foundation for the Arts, Inc.
260 West Broadway
New York, NY 10013

2014-15 MARKED MEREDITH MONK'S 50TH SEASON. HELP US TO INSTILL A LUMINOUS FUTURE!

Our goal during Meredith’s 50th Season was to broaden public awareness of her work and gain further recognition for her important and pioneering role in contemporary music history.  Her appointment as the 2014-2015 Richard and Barbara Debs Composer’s Chair at Carnegie Hall, and unprecedented national recognition afforded both by The National Medal of Arts awarded by President Obama and feature on CBS Sunday Morning, has helped to achieve that goal, but it doesn’t end here.

We’re dedicated to continuing strategic plans to assure that Meredith’s remarkable work receives the support it deserves, while instilling a plan to help it live on, including our:

  • National Marketing Campaign — National TV and radio, local media in New York, San Francisco, Minneapolis, Los Angeles.   Print initiative for major critics to assess Meredith’s whole career to date.  Strong internet presence and social media campaign.
  • Landmark Performances — Meredith will begin working on a new piece in Fall 2015, tentatively titled Cellular Songs; Une voix mystique, a new book about her work, is being published in France; and plans are underway to create an immersive museum installation of Songs of Ascension with footage shot in Ann Hamilton’s Tower.
  • *Lineage Project — We’re launching a five-year initiative to complete existing scores, recordings and films, assess, archive and preserve material objects, train a new generation of artists, and digitize analog recordings, films and videos.

Photograph from Meredith Monk & Vocal Ensemble 50th Anniversary Concert, Carnegie Hall, May 2015, by Boyd Hagen.