Tribeca New Music Festival '05

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The Flea Theater
41 White St, New York, NY 10013
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WHAT IS IT ABOUT?

The New York Art Ensemble presents the Tribeca New Music Festival '05. Mink Stole and other music:Violinists Mary Rowell & Geoffrey Burleson Sunday, April 10 at 3 pm Mary Rowell's playing is "Flaming, jagged, and fascinating, a performer of hyperactive brilliance with an avant-classical delivery that provides a unique presence." --NY Times. Geoffrey Burleson is "a remarkable pianist, a first-class instrumental presence whose performances are outright thrilling." --Boston Globe. This outstanding duo will perform works of George Antheil, Riad Abdel-Gawad, Chick Corea, David Rakowski, and Julia Wolfe. Join the party and have a glass of wine! Following each performance is the New York Art Ensemble Reception Hour. Relax for a moment and meet the performers and other audience members who share a mutual interest in new American classical music. Ten Children: Michael Lowenstern in performance Sunday, April 24 at 3 pm Since the early 90s, and the release of his groundbreaking CD, Spasm, Michael Lowenstern has emerged as not only one of the premiere bass clarinetists in the world, but also as a formidable composer who has taken his own unique style and fused it with looping and computer techniques. In this concert, he premiers the complete cycle of works from his latest CD Ten Children. He is a unique composer with an exceptional live performance. Don't miss this one! "Mr. Lowenstern, you play with too much character." -- Pierre Boulez Join the party and have a glass of wine! Following each performance is the New York Art Ensemble Reception Hour. Relax for a moment and meet the performers and other audience members who share a mutual interest in new American classical music. Sally Anne: Opera Workshop Michael Sahl, music; Margaret Yard, libretto Sunday, April 24 at 7 pm Music by Michael Sahl, libretto by Margaret Yard Composer Michael Sahl performs and directs a realization of his new opera, Sally Anne. The libretto, written by Margaret Yard, presents the powerful story of escape from a childhood of horror into a world of the absurd. This open workshop performance is a wonderful opportunity to experience the collaboration between a writer who is also a psychoanalyst and nurse practitioner, and one of New York's most experienced composers as they meld their artistic talents to bring this extraordinary new work to life for the first time. Join the party and have a glass of wine! Following each performance is the New York Art Ensemble Reception Hour. Relax for a moment and meet the performers and other audience members who share a mutual interest in new American classical music. American Voices Maria Tegzes, Geoffrey Burleson, David Fabris Todd Almond & Ellen Mandel Sunday, May 1 at 3 pm On the first half of this two-part program will be the beautifully compelling voice of soprano Maria Tegzes accompanied by pianist Geoffrey Burleson and guitarist David Fabris. Scheduled works in this half of the program are by Hanns Eisler/Bertolt Brecht, Jan Swafford, David Rakowski, Max Roach, and Maria Tegzes/Geoffrey Burleson. The second half of the program will feature the music of composer and pianist Ellen Mandel and singer Todd Almond as they work magic with the poetry of E.E. Cummings. This will be the New York Art Ensemble premiere performance of songs from their CD a wind has blown the rain away. If you liked Bolcom & Morris, you'll want to hear this concert. Join the party and have a glass of wine! Following each performance is the New York Art Ensemble Reception Hour. Take a moment to meet the performers and other audience members who share a mutual interest in new American classical music. Join the party and have a glass of wine! Following each performance is the New York Art Ensemble Reception Hour. Relax for a moment and meet the performers and other audience members who share a mutual interest in new American classical music. Appropriate For Ages: 16 and up

Visit the Tribeca New Music Festival '05 website:

http://www.nyae.org