Visits A Bucolic Wonderland (Greenwich House 5​/​12​/​07)

by Anti-Social Music

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Anti-Social Music Gets Toasted,
Visits Bucolic Wonderland

I was having a great conversation with a tree the other day, when this butterfly with a waxed moustache fluttered by saying, "It's time to come up with a title and announcement for your May show."

Way to trounce all over my vibe, dude! Jeez...

So I tried to pick up the conversation with the tree where we left off, but the leaves grew mohawks, played sad tunes on their cellos, and said, "Dammit! What are we calling the May 12 show?!"

Aw man, this trip was going downhill fast. The world started spinning and the last thing I remember were little eighth notes dancing around my head, chanting, "Bucolic Wonderland! Bucolic Wonderland!"

Duuuuude. Never smoking that stuff again...

Saturday, 12 May, 8 in the PM
Greenwich House Music School
46 Barrow St.
(one block west of Bleecker St. and Seventh Ave intersection)

Featuring the following musical endeavors:

a new BABEL by Pat Muchmore,
bucolic wonderland by Andrea La Rose,
excerpts from Mohair Time Warp by William Brittelle,
Guitar Duo #2 by Barry Seroff,
Shift by Matt McBane,
Dopamine Disturbance by Dan Lasaga

and Featuring the following Ne'er-do-Wells:

Peter Hess, Andrea La Rose, Barry Seroff, Alex Weinstein, Joe Exley, John Wriggle, Hubert Chen, Pat Muchmore, Maria Sonevytsky, Ed Rosenberg, Pete Wise, James Moore, Brad Kemp, Missy Mazzoli, Jean Cook, and John Altieri.

Boy Howdy! It's a regular hootenanny!

Love,
ASM

This show is made possible by support from the great folks at Meet the Composer/JPMorganChase Fund for Small Ensembles, NYSCA, and public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs.

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released 12 May 2007

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