It’s been a while since I posted something, what can I say, life happens…
I did a bunch of cool performances with Elevator Rose and we have an upcoming concert in Queens College!
After a great gig in The Stone we played at Suburbia in Bushwick and again at JACK in Clinton Hill.
On both occasions we performed Terry Riley’s A Rainbow in Curved Air and Vasu Panicker’s Fix. We shared the bill with some great and super creative NY contemporary groups – Quiet City, thingNY, Anti-Social Music, New Thread Quartet and Iktus Percussion. You can read more about that event here: http://www.bachtrack.com/review-jack-ny-composers-now-festival
Check out live recording of our gig in JACK: Elevator Rose at JACK
And on Tuesday, March 19th, we will be performing at Queens College. We will be playing pieces composed for us by QC composers – Michael Lofaso, Hansol Choi, Jonathan Caro and, last but not least, Howard Kenty, whose piece, amazing In the Darkness accompanied by a video projection, we have performed at The Stone and The Flea Theater last year. We will also perform Vasu Panicker’s Fix.
Concert starts at 8.00 in Samuel J. and Ethel LeFrak Concert Hall of Aaron Copland School of Music in Flushing. Admission is free .
Hope to see you there!