|Nat Evans - Composer||
The Tortoise and His Raincoat: Music for a Very Long Walk is a 2,600 mile journey from Mexico to Canada along the Pacific Crest Trail. Nat Evans will be writing new work while hiking the Pacific Crest Trail, collaborating with 8 West Coast composers along the way, and releasing all these new works in 2015 on Quakebasket Records. Read more here.
Want to find out what #TheTortoise is up to all summer? Have a look at some of these links:
-Listen to sounds from the trail as they are posted every couple weeks on Soundcloud.
-Read updates about Evans' trip on a monthly blog he'll be writing on NewMusicBox.
-Visit The Henry Art Gallery June 21-September 15th.
-Have a look at pictures #TheTortoise posts on Instagram (@natevansmusic).
-Follow the progress of #TheTortoise on Twitter (@natevansmusic).
-This project is funded in part by a successful Hatchfund campaign - help keep #TheTortoise going by sending a donation!
Interview with Nat Evans in I Care If You Listen magazine
Overview of Evans' Pacific Crest Trail project on The Rambler by music writer Tim Rutherford-Johnson
Preview of Space Weather Listening Booth and new music by Nat Evans with City of Tomorrow in Portland in Willamette Week
Preview of concert of music by Leaha Villarreal and Nat Evans in The Sunbreak
Nat Evans featured on WNYC's New Sounds with John Schaefer
Watch The Narrow Aisle to the Deep North live at The Wulf on NME.com
Preview of live performance of Space Weather Listening Booth in the Seattle Times
Preview of Space Weather Listening Booth by Jen Graves at The Stranger
An in-depth profile of Nat Evans on Degenerate Art Stream
Preview of 7/22 performance of The Narrow Aisle to the Deep North in Seattle Weekly
Review of Hungry Ghosts in Ravenna Park in Seattle's free weekly The Stranger.
Photo essay on Hungry Ghosts in Ravenna Park in the Seattle Post-Intelligencer
Preview of Hungry Ghosts in Ravenna Park and Q&A with Nat Evans in Crosscut
Review of Evan Smith playing Two Old Ghosts in The Seattle Star
Preview of Space Weather Listening Booth live at Hollow Earth in The SunBreak
Preview of Space Weather Listening Booth live at Hollow Earth Radio in The Seattle Times
A note about Nat Evans' workspace in a post by Alexandra Gardner
Review of Space Weather Listening Booth at ONN/OF festival by Jen Graves in The Stranger