|Posted by Ransom Wilson on February 14, 2012 at 9:25 AM|
Sunday April 22, 2012 7:30 PM - 10:00 PM
(le) Poisson Rouge, 158 Bleecker St., NYC (map)
We are excitrd to repeat our "prison" themed concert at (le) poisson rouge in Greenwich Village!
Jacob TV- Grab It!, for Saxophone and Boombox
'JacobTV is preoccupied with American media and world events and draws raw materials from those sources. His work possesses an explosive strength and raw energy combined with extraordinarily intricate architectural design’.
Limor Tomer, former curator of the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York
Frederic Rzewski- Coming Together and Attica, narrated by Corey Dargel
'Minimal music is perhaps best described as slowly changing relationships. During the 1960's, process music began to bridge a gap between the highly experimental and academic electronic music and the popular music of the time. Linear additive (or subtractive) process is defined as the addition (or subtraction) of one event at a time. The event could be a note, a word, etc.'- Donna McCabe
Corey Dargel- More Last Words from Texas (World Premiere)
Five new songs setting to music the last statements of executed offenders put to death by the state of Texas., sung by Corey
Michael Gordon- Yo Shakespeare
Gordon's urban, gritty and visceral masterpiece.