Infinite Palette is dedicated to the development and presentation of composed electro-acoustic music in the form of custom curated programming, immersive multi-media projects, and orchestral/chamber repertoire. Formed by composer-curators William Brittelle (NYC), Daniel Wohl (Los Angeles) and curator-producer Kate Nordstrum (Minneapolis) in 2016, IP’s programs connect the endless possibilities of electronic sound with the visceral expression of instrumental playing. At the core of IP’s philosophy lies a commitment to diversity and stylistic freedom, enveloping performance experiences, and a mandate to engage artists in ways that integrate their full range of influences and interests. In winter/spring 2017, IP’s first projects debuted with the Palm Springs Art Museum and Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art. Upcoming projects will be presented by MASS MoCA and Symphony Space (February 2018).
Individually, IP’s founders have extensive experience programming and performing – past and ongoing collaborative work includes lead roles in The Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra's Liquid Music Series, Sound/Source (with MoMA PS1), Ecstatic Summer Series, and New Amsterdam Records. Collectively, IP has worked with many of the top orchestras in the U.S., including the San Francisco, Baltimore, Los Angeles, Seattle, Indianapolis, and Chicago Symphonies, and had electro-acoustic work presented and performed internationally in venues such as the MET Museum (NYC), BAM (NYC), Barbican (London), Walker Art Center (Minneapolis), Teatro Colon in Buenes Aires (ARG), Hollywood Bowl (LA) the Perth International Arts Festival (AUS).