Wild Up

is creating community around sound

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Fan Club Member

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$5
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Your $5/month goes straight to Wild Up artists, giving us space to create and a place for an unmediated exchange with fans. We want to build a creative community that is connected, global, and having a great time and we want you to be a part of it.
  • Access to Darkness Sounding
  • Artist Q&As
  • Interactive Projects That Involve Fans
  • Exclusive access to creativity made outside the concert hall
  • Access to Early Release Material

Fan Club Member

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$10
per month
If $10/month feels to you the way $5/month might to someone else, consider joining the Fan Club at this higher tier.  You'll get all the same benefits as the standard level, but you'll know that your membership has twice the impact on artists.
  • Access to Darkness Sounding
  • Tax Deductible Donation (all above $60/year)
  • Interactive Projects That Involve Fans
  • Exclusive access to creativity made outside the concert hall
  • Access to Early Release Material
  • Artist Q&As

Fan Club Member

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$25
per month
If $25/month feels to you the way $5/month might to someone else, consider joining the Fan Club at this higher tier. You'll get all the same benefits as the standard level, but you'll know that your membership will go 5 times as far in helping us make music.
  • Access to Darkness Sounding
  • Tax Deductible Donation (all above $60/year)
  • Interactive Projects That Involve Fans
  • Access to Early Release Material
  • Exclusive access to creativity made outside the concert hall
  • Artist Q&As

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About Wild Up

We are “a raucous, grungy, irresistibly exuberant … fun-loving, exceptionally virtuosic family,” (or so says Zachary Woolfe of the New York Times) and our Fan Club is a way to bring more people into that family - on and off the stage.  Each month members of Wild Up will be bringing their own perspectives and curiosities and creations straight to fans.  We'll start with 3 artists contributing in August 2020 and we'll keep getting more and more artists involved as the fan club grows (with every 100 new fans or $500/month, an additional artist gets to join in the creation each month).  With the direct support of fans, we'll be making stuff too small for the stage, too big for the concert hall, outside the box, inside the apartment - and deliver it straight to the Fan Club.

So we hope you'll join the family by joining the FAN-ily. (Good pun? Bad pun.) Let us keep making music with you, for you, around you, within you, without you. (But not without you.) 

More about Wild Up:

The GRAMMY nominated ensemble was started by Artistic Director Christopher Rountree, his vision of a group of young musicians that rejected outdated traditions and threw classical repertoire into the context of pop culture, new music, and performance art. In 2020, the group celebrates 10 years of bringing people together around the belief that no music is off limits, that classical music concerts can defy convention and address the need for heart-wrenching, mind-bending experiences.

Over the past decade the group: accompanied Björk at Goldenvoice’s FYF Fest; premiered David Lang and Mark Dion’s “anatomy theater” at LA Opera; played the scores to “Under the Skin” by Mica Levi and “Punch Drunk Love” by Jon Brion live with the films at L.A.’s Regent Theater and Ace Hotel; premiered hundreds of new works including: a new opera by Julia Holter at Brooklyn’s National Sawdust, new pieces from avant-pop icon Scott Walker and celestial loop-maker Juliana Barwick at Walt Disney Concert Hall, and the West Coast premiere of Ragnar Kjartansson’s “Bliss” a 12-hour epic at REDCAT during the LA Phil Fluxus festival. They played a noise concert as fanfare for the groundbreaking of Frank Gehry’s new building on Grand Avenue and First Street in downtown L.A.; toured the country with their original projects “Future Folk,” and ”We the People;” championed the music of Julius Eastman; and founded the solstice series “darkness sounding.” They held residencies at the Los Angeles Philharmonic, the Colburn School, Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra, National Sawdust, and the Hammer Museum, and taught at dozens of educational institutions across the U.S.
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By becoming a patron, you'll instantly unlock access to 49 exclusive posts
14
Audio releases
2
Images
10
Links
5
Writings
18
Videos

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