"After the concert, as I walked back to my car, I found myself gazing up at the night sky and its myriad stars with a new appreciation for the music of the spheres and the harmony of the world." - Heather J. Morris, Santa Cruz SentinelView the new Trailer
James Waldo, John Mark Rozendaal, Mary Anne Ballard, Ronn McFarlane and Sarah Pillow at the Cloisters, NYC, March 2016. Photo by Marc Wagnon
News: Galileo's Daughters concert at the University of Hawaii at Manoa, Honolulu Galileo's Daughters enjoyed performing Perpetual Motion for the 50th anniversary of the Institute for Astronomy on June 27, 2017. The whole anniversary was a stellar success, and we were even treated to a VIP tour of the Mauna Kea observatories on the Big Island! Announcing Dava Sobel's latest book! The Glass Universe tells the story of the women who worked at the Harvard College Observatory from the late 1800s through the mid-1900s. Observatory director Edward Pickering hired them because he believed women were careful workers--and would accept lower pay than men. There was a broad field for “woman’s work”in that exciting period when photography upended astronomy.
Sarah Pillow's crossover of Henry Purcell's "O Let Me Weep" was featured in an encore broadcast from John Schaefer's WNYC New Sounds program. The whole program is a great listen, (program #2209) or cue ahead to 36:30 minutes into the program to hear Sarah. WNYC New Sounds
Read both Galileo's Daughters' stellar preview and review in the Santa Cruz, CA Sentinel about their performance of "Perpetual Motion: Galileo and His Revolutions"