The Stone at The New School presents ANNIE GOSFIELD: Radio Noise vs. String Noise and they mingle in the ether
Thursday, July 26, 2018 at 8:30 pm to 9:30 pm
Glassbox Performance Space 55 West 13th Street, New York, NY 10011
Annie Gosfield presents a varied week of freewheeling improvisation and composed pieces that draws on her music for jammed radios, broken pianos and air raid sirens. Featuring new work and revisiting some rarely played pieces, this week at the Stone is an overview of Gosfield's musical life in New York
Radio Noise vs. String Noise and they mingle in the ether
String Noise (Pauline Kim Harris, Conrad Harris, violins) Annie Gosfield (electronics) Roger Kleier (guitar)
String Noise duel with WWII era radio signals in Static Strands and String Noise. Annie Gosfield and Roger Kleier play Captured Signals and Radio Ephemera, bookended by a rare reading of both the solo and “tape” versions of Long Waves and Random Pulses performed by Pauline Kim Harris.
The Stone at The New School serves as an artist-centric home and community for experimental and avant-garde artists, where they can perform what they want without any interference. With concerts every Tuesday through Saturday evening, The Stone at The New School continues the tradition of the landmark non-profit performance space founded in 2005 by Artistic Director John Zorn, within a greatly improved space.
Presented by College of Performing Arts.
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$20 (unless otherwise indicated at the door); there are no advance ticket sales, all admissions are cash-only at the door, prior to each performance. Admission is free for students from The New School (limited to whatever seats are available after paying
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