This Week at the ISSUE Project Room

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From New York’s ISSUE Project Room:

Tuesday October 21st


fourcolor Tokyo
moskitoo Tokyo/Sapporo
sawako JPN/NYC

October. 21th Tue – 8:00PM $15 $10 members, japan & asia society members

Wednesday, October 22 at 8:00 pm
Nextworks ensemble performs music of the New York School

John Cage: Variations II 1962
Earle Brown: selections from Folio 1953-54
Morton Feldman: Extensions 1 1951 , Projection One 1962
Christian Wolff: selections from Exercises 1973-

Thursday, October 23 at 8:00 pm

Fluxus scores interpreted by Bradley Eros, Lary 7 and others

Tony Conrad: 3 Loops for Performers and Tape Recorders 1961 interpreted by Lary 7
Yoko Ono: Cut Piece 1964 interpreted by Bradley Eros
Nam June Paik: Concerto for TV Cello and Videotapes 1971 interp. by M.V. Carbon
Emmett Williams: Duet for Performer and Audience 1961 interpreted by Ryan Tracy
Other performances TBA

Friday, October 24 at 8:00 pm

Either/Or ensemble: Early Minimalism

Philip Glass: Music in Similar Motion (1973)
Steve Reich: Four Organs (1970)
Rhys Chatham: Two Gongs (1971)

Anthony Burr – clarinet, organ
Richard Carrick – piano, organ
Jennifer Choi – violin, organ
David Shively – percussion
Alex Waterman – cello, organ, percussion

Saturday, October 25 at 8 pm

Stars Like Fleas with special guests perform Cornelius Cardew‘s Treatise

Cornelius Cardew: Treatise (1963-67)

Stars Like Fleas
Shannon Fields – guitar, electronics, glockenspiel, voice
Ryan Smith – keyboards, electronics, voice
Montgomery Knott – voice, electronics
Laura Ortman – violin, bowed saw, voice
Matt Lavelle – bass clarinet, trumpet, cuica, voice
Shayna Dulberger – bass, voice
Shelley Burgon – harp, electronics, voice
Tianna Kennedy – cello, voice

Sunday, October 26 at 4:00 pm

Contemporary Extended Vocal Technique: Jennifer Walshe with Object Collection

Jennifer Walshe: i: same person/ii: not the same person (2007)
Jennifer Walshe: nature data (2004)
The Dowager Marchylove: the wasistas of thereswhere (2008)
and a new composition by O’Brien Industries

Sunday, October 26 at 8:00 pm

New Electro-Acoustic Practices: Tristan Perich and Ensemble Pamplemousse

Tristan Perich: new compositions for nine strings and nine-channel 1-bit music

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