by Melanie Wong
In preparation for their upcoming concert, composer collective Circles and Lines—Angelica Negron, Eric Lemmon, Dylan Glatthorn, Noam Faingold (via Skype), Conrad Winslow (absent)—and contemporary chamber group Cadillac Moon Ensemble—flutist Roberta Michel, violinist Patti Kilroy, cellist Meaghan Burke, and percussionist Sean Statser—sat down with FoM to discuss contemporary music and their unique collaboration.
FoM: What is the relationship between Cadillac Moon Ensemble (CME) and Circles and Lines (C&L)?
Patti: We’re all friends. The whole collaboration is built off of this idea that we have this longstanding relationship with Circles and Lines that is very healthy and nice.
FoM: What were some of the overall goals you had for this collaboration?