Where to hear more
We've just launched a new way to share some of the music and images from Myrrh's unforgettable collaborations with other musicians, circus acrobats, filmmakers, dancers, and actors. Visit us on Patreon for more information and to try it out: for the price of a cup of coffee, be the first to hear everything we're working on as well as exclusive patron-only tracks, and The Secret Diary of Myrrh Larsen, your personal backstage pass to everything Myrrh creates.
This month: We are thrilled to be collaborating with the acrobats of Portland's premiere aerial arts studio, Night Flight Aerial, with a brand new, exclusive Myrrh Larsen recording debuting in their annual Fright Night Halloween show! Read more »
News from backstage
It’s an exciting day: our next multimedia show is halfway cast. We’re going to be developing this show for a while: it’s ambitious and involves a lot of people, a lot of music, and a lot of little vignettes that we want to connect into a cohesive story. That’s going to take work and time, but we’re fortunate to have some really great people on our team. Today, we added two more. We’ll say more and post some pictures Read more »
We’ve begun the process of auditioning dancers for our next massively ambitious narrative rock/multimedia/dance piece. It’s going to be an interesting process, and it feels good to be taking the first tentative steps towards it. It was also my first time sitting in on a movement audition. Basically, we spent two hours directing the actors in theatre games, character and movement exercises to see what kinds of ideas and follow-through they’ve got. So we’ve already found a couple of Read more »
We fell into it then, a cluster of swinging fists like mosquitos hovering at the edge of the campfire at dusk. Words spit from our lips like sour mouthfuls of stale tobacco, black at the edges and bereft of joy. Later on they’d say it started with a glance; one of us looked at the other the wrong way and the mercury lurched toward the upper degrees, but you and I know this trouble was born far earlier, out Read more »