Linda Brumbach

About the Author

Linda Brumbach and Alisa E. Regas are independent creative producers based in New York City working across mediums of performance, visual art, and film. In 1998, they founded their company, Pomegranate Arts. Realizing an artist’s vision is the center of their practice, and they support ambitious, provocative work that often falls outside traditional genres and structures. Pomegranate Arts has produced the award-winning productions of Philip Glass and Robert Wilson’s Einstein on the Beach, Lucinda Childs’s Dance and Available Light, Taylor Mac’s A 24-Decade History of Popular Music for stage and film, Robin Frohardt’s The Plastic Bag Store, Laurie Anderson and the Kronos Quartet’s Landfall, and many more. Brumbach and Regas’s long association with Philip Glass has been one of their closest partnerships. Including the piano etudes, they have produced and toured over one thousand Philip Glass performances in fifty countries. This is their first publication.


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November 2023

  • The Philip Glass Piano Etudes at the Chicago Humanities Festival

    Performance by pianist Timo Andres followed by a conversation with John Schaefer of WNYC New York

    Chicago, IL

    Details and tickets here
  • Lincoln Center Presents Philip Glass's The Complete Piano Etudes

    Performance by 10 pianists, including Timo Andres, Inon Barnatan, Lara Downes, Daniela Liebman, Jenny Lin, Nico Muhly, Maki Namekawa, and Ursula Oppens 

    Lincoln Center | New York, NY

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  • Dancing with Glass: The Piano Etudes

    Choreographic perspectives on the etudes and a performance by guest pianist Maki Namekawa. Featuring works by Lucinda Childs, Chanon Judson, Justin Peck, Sandoval, and choreographers Bobbi Jene Smith and Or Schraiber.

    New York, NY

    Details and tickets here