Julianna Barwick

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Julianna Barwick

w/ Malibu

SAT MAY 7 | 8:30PM
$25, $22 members (+$3 service fee)


Julianna Barwick is a Los Angeles based composer, vocalist, and producer who makes deep, reflective compositions rooted in the human voice. Over the years she has made six critically acclaimed records. Her self-released debut “Sanguine” came out in 2007, followed by "Florine" in 2009, and “The Magic Place” in 2011. In 2013, she released "Nepenthe," which marked Barwick’s first steps into collaborating, working with producer and film composer Alex Somers in Reykjavík. She expanded her parameters further on “Will,” her 2016 album, enlisting more collaborators in Mas Ysa's Thomas Arsenault, Dutch cellist Maarten Vos, and Chairlift percussionist Jamie Ingalls. In July 2020 she released "Healing Is A Miracle," which featured Jónsi (Sigur Rós), Mary Lattimore, and Nosaj Thing, earning Pitchfork's coveted 'Best New Music' for 2020.

Julianna has played shows with Yoko Ono, The Flaming Lips, Philip Glass, Tim Hecker, Grouper, Angel Olsen, Perfume Genius and more. Her many collaborations include, among others, the NYC dance company balletcollective, Ecstatic Music Festival, and an EP with Rafael Anton Isarri, on the super-limited Thesis label. She released “Circumstance Synthesis” EP, on RVNG Intl. sub-label Commend There, which were excerpts from a lobby score in partnership with Microsoft A.I., that responded to the environment in the downtown sky from New York’s Sister City Hotel, in 2019.

Julianna took a natural step into the world of composing for film when she co-scored the short film I Remember Nothing. She has since gone on to score a number of short films and documentaries and is now more actively pursuing this area of her career, taking on more scoring opportunities alongside her artist work.

Malibu is a French electronic musician whose work sails between ambient and ethereal. Forever inspired by soft reverbed vocals and melodic chord progressions, Malibu's sound is a sea of synthetic strings and choirs. "One Life" is her first record and most matured work, released in November 2019 on both Joyful Noise Recordings and Uno Nyc. 


Covid Safety Policy (as of March 4, 2022)

Amidst the ongoing effects of COVID-19, we continue to prioritize the health and well-being of staff, artists, youth, audiences, and our community. We are committed to following Baltimore City public health guidelines as we rehire, train, and work towards a full reopening in the fall. Thank you for bearing with us!

Vaccination Status:

  • All patrons ages 12+ visiting Creative Alliance for performances, screenings, workshops, other theater-based gatherings, gallery openings, or events in the lobby are required to show proof of vaccination against Covid-19. Proof of vaccination may include a physical card, a photo of a complete vaccination card, or digital immunization records. All patrons over the age of 18 will be asked to show a photo ID with their vaccination card.
  • Patrons that are not vaccinated are required to show proof of a negative COVID-19 PCR test completed within 48 hours of the event time. All patrons over the age of 18 will be asked to show a photo ID with their test results.




  • Visitors are required to wear facial masks regardless of vaccination status. Wear a mask at all times unless actively eating or drinking and be replaced when not eating or drinking.


  • Our bar will be open and beverages will be available for purchase and consumption prior to and during theater-based events. Outside food and drink are prohibited.
    • Events will be at full capacity. We are a small venue and physical distancing will be very limited.  For theater-based events, you will likely have fellow audience members sitting directly next to, in front of, and behind you, at a distance of less than 6 feet.

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