"Mr. Fisher has combined elements of opera, dance, Indian raga, Japanese Noh theater and more into fusions that have both a ritualistic intensity and an improvisatory freedom…a strong, unified and strikingly individual utterance of unambiguous beauty." -The New York Times

 

"Hypnotic post-Minimalist music takes on a ritual air in the idiosyncratic music dramas of Garrett Fisher, a Seattle composer who weaves elements of ancient Greek, Japanese and Indian theatrical traditions into stage works that are exotic and enticing." -The New York Times 

PRESS

"Famed Japanese Actor Embraces  the New" (Seattle Times) Read review... 

"Fisher Ensemble to sing of Nazi figure in 'Magda G'" (LA Times) Read review...

WQXR Review: 'Kocho': A 'Butterfly' by Any Other Name Read review...

"Psyche, the web opera: Visualizing the Invisible" (Seattles) Read review...

“Fisher Ensemble says yes to Noh in 'Kocho’” (Seattle Times) Read review...

“Ear Supply: Under the Plum Blossom” (Seattle Weekly) Read review...

“Noticed: Garrett Fisher Wows WSJ” (City Arts Magazine) Read review...

“Using Japanese Noh to Lift a Celtic Myth” (The New York Times) Read review...

“He Cross Borders” (The Wall Street Journal) Read review...

"At the Hawk's Well" (NewMusicBox) Read review...

“Garrett Fisher - At the Hawk’s Well” (The NewMusicBox) Read review...

“Opening Nights: At the Hawk’s Well” (Seattle Weekly) Read review...

“A daring take on Yeats work” (The Seattle Times) Read review...

"Outdoor 'Psyche' weaves story and landscape" (Seattle P-I) Read review...

"Composer's style is well-suited to his 'Zeus'" (Seattle P-I) Read review...

"Greek Tragedy Retold With Music, Dance" (The Seattle Times) Read review...

"Fisher: Passion of St. Thomas More" (Classics Today) Read review...

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