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Katie Young Featured in Wet Ink: 20, WasteLAnd Music Concert Series

Though composer, improviser, and bassoonist Katie Young is now based in Chicago—the "Third Coast"—she will also be present this autumn on America's other two coasts, featued by two leading new music ensembles. Wet Ink, the venerable new music organization based in New York, is celebrating its 20th anniversary season, and in conjunction, has released Wet Ink: 20, which features Young's like a halo. This sextet, performed by members of the Wet Ink Large Ensemble, accompanies works by Eric Wubbels, Sam Pluta, Anthony Braxton, Kate Soper, and Alex Mincek, on a masterfully produced album, recorded at Oktaven Audio, mixed by Pluta, and mastered by Matthew Mehlan. In conjunction with the release of the album on September 15th, Young's like a halo will also be released on Score Follower, to give listeners a chance to follow along in a visual medium. 

Young's work is also featured this season by the Los Angeles based WasteLAnd Music, which has programmed Young's works on five of its concerts. Throughout their season, WasteLAnd will perform Young's Puddles and Crumbs, slam creak bzzz, and Underworld (dancing), and at least six other works. On October 5th, WasteLAnd will premiere Young's BIOMES, an extended work for improvising performers using electroacoustic sound, light, video, movement, set design, or other means, which they also commissioned. Follow WasteLAnd on Facebook to keep up to date on their upcoming season! 

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