The Super Coda and Jason Anthony Harris team up to present a night of decadence, delirium, and DC. Featuring performances by Public Speaking, Jason Ajemian, Valerie Kuehne, Jon Mizrachi, Blue Sausage Infant (DC), Pilesar (DC).
Datathrash is a net label showcasing chip music's spiritual successor to hardcore punk rock, going by composition style, live energy, and lo-fi, DIY aesthetic. I/O Chip Music is proud to present some of the best musicians of the genre in this sweaty, mosh pit-inducing, pre-Blip Festival double-header basement show at Vaudeville Park. Come ready to create or be inserted into a mosh pit!!
Fri, May 4, 2012
THIS SHOW IS AT LEGION BAR 790 Metropolitan Ave. at Humbolt St.
As a follow up to the night of singing lady cellists, the Super Coda and Ladies of Experimental Music extend a program of all female pianists pushing the boundaries of sound and presence. The evening will feature Lara Downes, critically acclaimed Steinway Concert artist; Motoko Honda, LA based prepared piano virtuoso; Areni Agbabian, vocalist and sound artist
Experimental ensemble thingNY is thrilled to showcase some very talented out-of-town acts for the third installment of its Seven Immediacies Series. This music series is thingNY's first official foray into curating a series as a group.
Eclectic collaborations between (mostly) local composers and choreographers, hosted by Racoco/Rx. With choreographers/directors Rachel Cohen of Racoco/Rx, Yana Schnitzler of human kinetics, and Ursula Scherrer and composers Ian Colletti, Chris Becker, and more.
Philippe Petit is a music activist using the Electric Psalterion and other singular instruments while spinning prepared vinyl and shifting percussive objects. PAS joins him in this qwest. Federico Ughi & Adam Caine, next-level drummer & guitarist, open it all up and make it shimmer.
Some Call Refuge brings contemporary song cycles by three young American composers (Ryan Homsey, Michael Ippolito, and Eric Lemmon) together with art songs by David Lang and Barbara Monk Feldman, weaving poetry by Akhmatova, Blok, Longfellow, Poe, and others into an evening of intimate and intense music-theater.