‘We Will Do the Worrying’ was featured in the Underrated/Overrated – “A nearly impossible to pin down flutist and composer…Paul has delivered another category-defying beauty with her latest album…a lush and dreamy take on modern chamber music.” -Chris Barton, LA Times
I’m very excited to be performing my new album ‘We Will Do the Worrying’ in it’s entirety at the Bootleg Theater in Echo Park, Los Angeles. It will be a ten piece ensemble featuring the Koan Quartet, Chris Speed, Nick Mancini, Afton Hefley, Stephanie Yavelow and myself! We will be sharing the bill with Vinny… Read more »
“Chamber music that has morphed into a kind of art song, nicely done.”
In anticipation of my latest album’s release show on November 20th at the Bootleg Theater, pre-orders are now available through Skirl Records or here at Bandcamp. https://leahpaul.bandcamp.com/album/we-will-do-the-worrying-2
I had a blast performing flute quartet arrangements I wrote the El Rey for the opening party of Ron Howard’s new Beatles documentary.
I’m very excited to announce the release date of my new album on Skirl Records ‘We Will Do The Worrying” is November 20th 2016. There will be a CD Release show November 20th at the Bootleg Theater in Los Angeles. Stay tuned for info about pre-orders.
Excited to have Dave King of the Bad Plus feature my woodwind quintet on this radio show on the Current! http://www.thecurrent.org/listen/minnesota/the_current/programs/2016/03/27/the_current_presents/the_current_presents_20160327
“Z for Zachariah” is now available on iTunes-I had a great time seeing it at the ArcLight here in LA, I worked on this film as an orchestrator and conductor! Also check out my Clarinet (CLARINET!!!) playing on the film “Manson Family Vacation” written and directed by the Duplass Brothers – it’s on Netflix, it’s… Read more »
Leah Paul will be performing her original works for winds and strings with her ensemble featuring Sara Schoenbeck (bassoon,) Mara Mayer (clarinet) and Tanya Kalmanovitch (viola.) Leah’s music is chamber/classical with an improvisational feel and spirit, the set will feature some new flute/clarinet duos, an adapted string quartet as well as music off of her… Read more »
“This is proudly proclaimed to be composed music, though many of the players, including Paul herself (who has played with Anthony Braxton), are associated with the free improvisation/jazz scene(s), clarinetist Chris Speed and bassoonist Sara Schoenbeck being the best known. There are two pieces, the two-movement Steps to Stairs, which opens the album, and California… Read more »