All week long at everyone’s favorite industrial performing space Brooklyn Lyceum, treat yourself to a plethora of sound installations, and evening concerts featuring HOT young composers presented by the MATA Festival.
NEWSPEAK (with yours truly) will share the bill with Either/Or on Friday night to close it all down. The program will feature works of Sean Griffin (a MATA Festival commission), David T. Little, Missy Mazzoli, Richard Carrick, Andrew Byrne and Oscar Bettison. I’ve heard the Griffin is VERY theatrical…my friend Caleb warned me that he’s playing the role of John Cage. Trust me, it’ll be a great show, any night you chose to come out.
Tix are $15 for adults, and $10 for students and seniors for the concerts, the installations are free and are presented in collaboration between MATA and Diapason Gallery.
And stay tuned for more info on NEWSPEAK’s “Music By, For and Against Frederic Rzewski at age 70” May2nd, also at the Brooklyn Lyceum.