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Composer Ted Hearne's new choral work, FARMING, takes its texts from Jeff Bezos and William Penn to explore connections between farming, colonialism and capitalism. Peter English/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Ted Hearne's choral work 'FARMING' raises food for thought

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Ted Hearne's latest work, a theatrical production reckoning with gentrification and privilege, was commissioned by the LA Philharmonic and was supposed to premiere on the West Coast in late March. Instead, Place was released as an album. Jen Rosenstein/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Ted Hearne On Exploring Gentrification Through The Music Of 'Place'

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