Roulette October Schedule

Alarm Will Sound
Cover of Alarm Will Sound

From Roulette:

ANTHONY BRAXTON TRICENTRIC FESTIVAL
October 5th – 8th, 2011
$35 General Admission ($25 students, seniors, Roulette members and Tri-Centric Foundation subscribers)
$100 Festival pass for all 4 nights ($60 students, seniors, Roulette members and Tri-Centric Foundation subscribers)

Iconoclast composer Anthony Braxton’s Tri-Centric Foundation partners with Roulette for a week-long festival and the most comprehensive portrait of Braxton’s five-decade career yet presented in the United States. He will be performing or conducting every night, accompanied by a cast of over 60 of New York’s leading creative musicians. The final evening’s world premiere concert reading of two acts of the opera Trillium J, with a cast of twelve singers and 35-piece orchestra coincides with the commercial release of his four-act opera Trillium E, the first studio recording of his operas on the New Braxton House label.

Anthony Braxton – Pine Top Arial Music, Composition 30, and Falling River Music
Wed Oct 5 – 8:00 PM

Anthony Braxton – Diamond Curtain Wall Trio & Tri-Centric Orchestra
Thu Oct 6 – 8:00 PM

Anthony Braxton – Syntactical Ghost Trance Music Choir & 12+3tet Echo Echo Mirror House
Fri Oct 7 – 8:00 PM

Anthony Braxton – Trillium J (Acts I & III)
Sat Oct 8 – 8:00 PM

NEW YORK ELECTRONIC ART FESTIVAL
Angie Eng: Liminal
Mari Kimura: Eigenspace
Sun Oct 9 – 8:00 PM
$15 General Admission
$10 Members/Students/Seniors

The New York Electronic Art Festival was created to provide a responsive public context for the appreciation of cutting-edge electronic artwork through concerts, panels, workshops, and exhibitions of the highest quality across the arts and technology spectrum. Tonight, Angie Eng presents her new work – Liminal, a series of live video/music cinepoems based on the concept of liminality. Eng combines inventive new tools like the VideoBass, French avant-garde experimental cinema tricks and customized music/video software for a genre-crossing collaboration which fuses experimental jazz, contemporary electronic music, neo-abstract expressionism, puppetry and live experimental cinema – featuring Audrey Chen, Shoko Nagai, Satoshi Takeshi and Nancy Meli Walker. Also tonight, Mari Kimura presents EIGENSPACE – new work for Augmented Violin (IRCAM) and interactive graphics commissioned by Harvestworks using IRCAM’s bowing motion sensor which is designed to interact with the specific diffusion system of the performance space. Kimura also performs Canon Elastique, Voyage Apollian, and Wrestling an Angel.

SALLY SILVERS PROJECT
Wed Oct 12 – 8:00 PM
Fri Oct 14 – 8:00 PM
Sat Oct 15 – 8:00 PM
Sun Oct 16 – 8:00 PM
$15 General Admission
$10 Members/Students/Seniors

Sally Silvers has been making large-scale works that tilt movement toward what will give it the most notice: awkwardness, humor, eccentricity, seam showing transitions. In this 4 night series, Silvers has curated on-the-spot collaborations with Directors, Coaches, Instructors, other Choreographers, Designers (sound/lights/words/video/visuals/costumes) to construct new performance compositions live each night. Each collaborative ‘team’ will work on and with sugar-shaking genre performers (different each night) from dance, theater, sports, burlesque, performance art and more to create 3 works-in-progress per night in front of you.

INTERPRETATIONS: Joe Mcphee Trio X / Andrew Cyrille with Elliott Sharp and Richard Teitelbaum
Thu Oct 13 – 8:00 PM
$15 General Admission
$10 Members/Students/Seniors

Two influential composer/improviser/bandleaders present new projects, featuring Joe McPhee’s long-standing and influential Trio X (with Dominic Duvall and Jay Rosen) in a tribute to Cecil Taylor (with guests Steve Dalachinsky, Hilliard Greene, and Roy Campbell), and drummer/composer Andrew Cyrille will present a new collaborative trio with Elliot Sharp on guitar and Richard Teitelbaum on synthesizers.

ALARM WILL SOUND – SONiC: Sounds of A New Century
Fri Oct 21 – 7:30 PM
$30 General Admission
$25 Members/Students/Seniors
*Stay for the SONiC AfterHours Performance at 10PM – FREE with Alarm Will Sound ticket purchase*

Alarm Will Sound is a 20-member band committed to innovative performances and recordings of today’s music. They have established a reputation for performing demanding music with energetic skill. ASCAP recognized their contributions to new music with a 2006 Concert Music Award for “the virtuosity, passion and commitment with which they perform and champion the repertory for the 21st century.” Their performances have been described as “equal parts exuberance, nonchalance, and virtuosity” by the London Financial Times and as “a triumph of ensemble playing” by the San Francisco Chronicle. The New York Times says Alarm Will Sound is “the future of classical music” and “the very model of a modern music chamber band.”

ALEKSANDRA GRYKA – New Work (US Premiere)
STEFAN FREUND – Drowning
DAVID T. LITTLE – New Work (World Premiere)
NICO MUHLY – Seeing is Believing (US Premiere)
MATTHEW MARKS – New Work
APHEX TWIN (arr. Hause) – Omgyjya Switch

SONiC Festival AfterHours: DJ/VJ: Electronic Composers
Fri Oct 21 – 10:00 PM
$10 General Admission
$8 Members/Students/Seniors
FREE for ticket holders of 7:30 performance

An evening of electronic composition with DJ’s and VJ’s including Ryan Lott, Sam Pluta, Jeff Snyder, Joshue Ott, Troy Herion and Sarah Lipstate. Co-presented as part of SONiC: Sounds of a New Century. SONiC is produced by American Composers Orchestra and The Alice M. Ditson Fund of Columbia University.

Simone Forti
Artist Talk and Demonstration on Wed Oct 26 – 8:00 PM
$5 General Admission
FREE Members/Students/Seniors

PERFORMANCE on Fri Oct 28 – 8:00 PM
$20 General Admission
$15 Members/Students/Seniors

Internationally acclaimed dancer and writer Simone Forti’s work ranges from her early minimalist dance constructions to her animal movement studies, Illumination centripetal/centrifugal studies which she developed in collaboration with musician Charlemagne Palestine, and moving/speaking Logomotion improvisations. Tonight she teams up with dancer Claire Filmon for a new piece using Simone’s News Animation technique – an improvisation in movement and language, drawing energy from the flickering fluid vision of the world brought to us by the news media.

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