“Strings in Motion” – NYsoundCircuit 4.2

NYsoundCircuit 4.2
Saturday, March 16, 2013, 8 PM, The DiMenna Center, NYC
“Strings in Motion”

NYsoundCircuit – the multimedia salon series – continues its fourth season with an immersive night of strings vibrating every which way. Violin duo STRING NOISE headlines the night with several sets, in collaboration with video artist JANET WONG traveling in, around, and among the audience. Piano strings hammer, pulse, and pluck with the piano/dancer duo K A T E S and pianist CORY SMYTHE improvising. Soprano ELISABETH HALLIDAY gets in the mix with a number by Judith Weir. And psychedelic meets classical in the music of composer/guitarist ANDREW MCKENNA LEE, sounded by a company of singers and electric guitarists strumming and bursting through those boundaries.

Join us March 16th at NYsoundCircuit!

$12 entry
$25 entry & unlimited drinks
(credit cards accepted)

The DiMenna Center
450 West 37th Street
New York, NY 10018


MUSIC for acoustics and electro-acoustics by Elizabeth Adams, Ryan Brown, Richard Carrick, Katelyn Halpern, David Lang, Andrew McKenna Lee, Paul Marquardt, Missy Mazzoli, Marc Mellits, Steve Reich, Cory Smythe, Judith Weir, and Randall Woolf

MUSIC PERFORMANCES by K A T E S; String Noise; Nina Berman, soprano; Amanda Gregory, mezzo-soprano; Elisabeth Halliday, soprano; Andrew McKenna Lee, electric guitar; Paul Orbell, electric guitar; Katya Powder, alto; and Cory Smythe, piano

DANCE by Katelyn Halpern

VIDEO DESIGN by Janet Wong

NYsoundCircuit is a multimedia salon series showcasing various arts disciplines and bringing their audiences together in an engaging environment for a full evening of works by contemporary artists.


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