Friday 10 February 2017
Ant-Social Music Drinks Alone (8:30 pm)
Charlie Waters presents PEACE FORMS ONE (horn trio) W/ Josh Sinton & Matt Lavelle (9:30 pm)
$15 suggested donation for both sets
The WORLD PREMIERE performances of
Patrick CASTILLO - Through the Panic for solo cello performed by Mihai Marica
Ty CITERMAN - Title TBD for solo guitar performed by Ty
Max DUYKERS - Arborescence for solo piano performed by Stephen Gosling
Andrea LA ROSE - hitchin’ for solo flute performed by Domenica Fossati
Pat MUCHMORE - Fr.2i∈ℂ⊂⋯.a–i for solo cello performed by Pat
Ed ROSENBERG - “I will be with your mouth” for soprano sax with tape performed by Ed
Charles WATERS - Boswijck Matrix for solo flute by Domenica Fossati
Timon, the misanthrope of Athens, upon a friend telling him as they were drinking together, “What a pleasant party, Timon!” replied, “It would be, if you were away.” His epitaph reportedly read “Timon, the misanthrope, am I below/Go, and revile me, traveller, only go.”
Cicero quoted Publius Cornelius Scipio as remarking that he was “never less lonely than when he was by himself.” Cicero himself said “I shun the sight of scoundrels who swarm on every side. I withdraw as completely as I can; and I am often alone.”
It is in fine classical tradition, then, that Anti-Social Music announces the latest in our series of solo premieres “Anti-Social Music Drinks Alone.” After which we will retreat—leaving singly, at intervals of no less than sixty seconds, to avoid overtaking each other—to an Edward Hopper painting.
ASM performs a set of solo pieces written by Patrick Castillo, Ty Citerman, Max Duykers, Andrea La Rose, Pat Muchmore, Ed RosenBerg and Charlie Waters. Performers include Ty Citerman (guitar), Domenica Fossati (flute), Stephen Gosling (piano), Mihai Marica (cello), Pat Muchmore (cello), and Ed RosenBerg (reeds).
But Wait! That is Not All!
At 9:30 PM Charlie Waters' PEACE FORMS. Developed as a quilting, process composition constructed over 30 day cycle, one piece composed per day. This work continues on going exploration of the particles of instrumentation related to Miles Davis record Birth of the Cool. PEACE FORMS TWO for sextet and the full fruition elaborated within KOOL KUTUP for exact nonet instrumentation in 10 movements. The question remains - what form does peace take?
This program is supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, in partnership with the City Council, and in part with public funds from the New York State Council on the Arts, a state agency. Which is basically to say -- your tax dollars at work. Yeah, frightening isn't it?
bitchin' artwork by Emily Hope Price