Aaron Otheim is a Los Angeles-based musician known for his genre-bending work as a keyboardist, arranger, and composer. Our book, Woodland, contains a new “score” by him, reinterpreting Edward MacDowell’s Woodland Sketches for the age of climate change and endless fires.
Raised in the Pacific Northwest, he studied improvised music at the University of Washington and helped establish Seattle’s highly regarded Racer Sessions. Aaron tours with the band Heatwarmer and has recently scored several dance and visual collaborations.
Hear some of his music on SoundCloud or learn more about his discography at his site, http://www.otheim.com.
Photo credit: Julieta Renteria
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A review for "Vicinity/Memoryall" has come in @dramainthehood and, honestly, it's not "GREAT!"— but hurrah for thoughtful reviewers going out to theater. You still have one more weekend to go make up your own mind about this play!
The story of the trunks that hold up the bar at 18th and Union Art Space is fantastic. Real Seattle history in there with Jessie Hass and New City Theater. Tickets to the final weekend of "Vicinity/Memoryall" can be found at Brown Paper Tickets: bit.ly/2NtusV5pic.twitter.com/qa13KTA15f