We're not ashamed to say it: sometimes we get a little lonely. We're also not ashamed to say that we occasionally imbibe. And so, OK, we'll even admit—with only a soupçon of embarrasment—that we sometimes imbibe a lot. Like, buckets.
With a little more than a twinge of guilt, we'll go so far as to confess that the loneliness is actually rather frequent, deep, and abiding. We compensate mostly with three of our favorite vices: dissonance, genre-smashing, and compositions for unaccompanied solo instruments. However, we'd be lying if we said liquor didn't have a role to play as an additional compensating vice. Put two and two together, and yes, we spend an inordinate amount of our time playing alone, and drinking alone.
Friday, May 8, 2015 at 8:30 PM
Thursday, June 18, 2015 at 8 PM
PATRICK CASTILLO - Two Pieces After Grass for tenor saxophone and sampler, played by Ed RosenBerg and Patrick Castillo
TY CITERMAN - Sybilline for solo bassoon, played by the lovely Sara Schoenbeck (WORLD PREMIERE)
MAX DUYKERS - Near and Hollow for violin and electronics, played by Curtis Stewart
JEFF HUDGINS - It's 5:00 Everywhere (excerpt) for alto and baritone saxophones played by the composer
ANDREA LA ROSE - misoneism, played by Domenica Fossati on flute
PAT MUCHMORE - Fr.VII.a–h for violin (excerpt), played by Andie Springer
PAT MUCHMORE - Fr.XI.a–c: OK pieces for CW for clarinet, played by the always inspired Charles Waters (WORLD PREMIERE)
ED ROSENBERG - The Forest for solo tenor saxophone and drone machine, played by the composer
Drawing by the amazing Emily Hope Price!!!
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?
released June 18, 2015
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