I’m honored to be playing at the Composers-Play-Composers marathon this Saturday. The program is from 7 PM to 10 PM. There will be a plethora of great musicians and really cool music! Hope you can make it!
I’m second on the program, so come early or at least on time if you want to hear me.
Spectrum NYC is at 121 Ludlow St, Fl Second, New York, New York 10002
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The piece I’ll be playing is Island 8 (Dream Lullaby) from my work in progress, Archipelago. Here’s a preliminary sketch of the artwork for the piece.
Composers Concordance’s 6th annual festival, entitled ‘New York // New Music’, will be held from March 3-12, 2017, and will feature new music about NYC by more than 85 composers.
The second concert, at Spectrum NYC, will be the 8th annual ‘Composers-Play-Composers Marathon’. No fewer than 25 composers will perform original compositions inspired by New York. Featured composer-performers will include Adam Holzman (musical director for Miles Davis, also named by Keyboardmagazine as one of the top 10 players in the world), award-winning bassist Mark Egan (Pat Metheny Group, Gil Evans Orchestra), and recent Fulbright recipient Paula Matthusen (“entrancing” – The New Yorker). Comedian and Chelsea gallerist Jim Kempner will perform a piece about the NY art world with Gene Pritsker – guitar and Peter Jarvis – drumset.
Composer – Performers:
Jay Kauffman, Erin Rogers, Paula Matthusen, Dan Cooper, Gene Pritsker, Dary John Mizelle, David Claman, George Boziwick, Glenn Cornett, Geoffrey Burleson, Paul Carlon, Adam Holzman, Hannis Brown, Mark Egan, Elizabeth A. Baker, Cristian Amigo, Richard Sussman, David Rozenblatt, Carolyn Steinberg, Franz Hackl, Peter Jarvis, Jim Kempner, Nick Didkovsky.