Thomas Buckner at Interpretations on February 9th

From New York’s Interpretations:

Thomas Buckner performs Robert Ashley, Annea Lockwood, Alvin Lucier, Anne Guthrie, Narong Prangcharoen, & Kit Young

Thursday, February 9, 2012
8PM at Roulette, in Downtown Brooklyn!
509 Atlantic Ave (corner of Atlantic and 3rd Ave)

Thomas Buckner’s 24th annual concert of commissioned works for baritone voice! Composers featured on this evening include his long-time collaborators, esteemed composers Robert Ashley, Annea Lockwood, and Alvin Lucier, along with New York premieres by Anne Guthrie, Narong Prangcharoen, and Kit Young. Featuring, Thomas Buckner (voice) Theodore Mook (cello), Chris Nappi (percussion), Jill Van Nostrand (french horn), Sun Ying (guqin), and Kit Young (piano).

Coming to the Wordless Music Series

Upcoming shows for New York’s Wordless Music :

Wordless Music
2011-12 5th Anniversary Season

01.18.2012 Jeff Mangum of Neutral Milk Hotel (Shubert Theater, New Haven CT)
01.19.2012 Jeff Mangum of Neutral Milk Hotel (BAM, NYC) **SOLD OUT**
01.20.2012 Jeff Mangum of Neutral Milk Hotel (BAM, NYC) **SOLD OUT**
01.21.2012 Jeff Mangum of Neutral Milk Hotel (BAM, NYC) **SOLD OUT**
01.31.2012 Jóhann Jóhannsson’s “The Miners’ Hymns” with film by Bill Morrison (New Sounds Live at The Winter Garden, NYC) **FREE**
02.04.2012 Jherek Bischoff and the Wordless Music Orchestra with special guests (Ecstatic Music Festival, Merkin Hall, NYC) **SOLD OUT**
03.06.2012 Julia Holter / Sarah Cahill (Le Poisson Rouge, NYC)

Wednesday, January 18, 2011
Jeff Mangum
(of Neutral Milk Hotel)
Shubert Theater
247 College Street, New Haven CT
7:30pm doors / 8pm show / all ages / $36

On the Way Out Shows

From New York’s On the Way Out:

Music from the New York Underground’s : On The Way Out presents –

Freddy’s is a bar with a backroom located at 627 5th Avenue in S. Park Slope Brooklyn, between 17th and 18th Streets, one block away form the R-train stop at Prospect Avenue.

Tuesday January 24, 2012 9:00pm

HANS TAMMEN AND SATOSHI TAKEISHI DUO
HANS TAMMEN – endangered guitar
(http://tammen.org/biocv/)
SATOSHI TAKEISHI – percussion
(http://home.earthlink.net/~takeishi/id1.html)

Hans, whose guitar has been seized, carried away from its familiar territories and reconstructed elsewhere, and the tightly woven drum-loops by Satoshi join forces to explore ethereal yet roughly sewn soundscapes and multi-cultural rhythms. At their most monastic and sonically attenuated, they carefully play almost nothing, but these passages inevitably progress into whispered dialogues of miniaturised, truncated instrumental gestures, with both rebounding sounds back and forth, building up to protean statements and frenetic interplay.
We are very excited to be having Hans and Satoshi performing during this evening.

Swim This
MICHAEL LYTLE – bass and contrabass clarinet, piano, prerecorded tape (http://elewhale.net/)
NICK DIDKOVSKY – table top guitar and homebrew software (http://www.doctornerve.org/nerve/pages/nick.shtml)
GERRY HEMINGWAY – drums, voice with occasional processing (www.gerryhemingway.com)

New sounds, freely originated from silence, texturally organized. AswimA (swim this) is a trio that spontaneously generates a world of intensely focused and evocative improvised music. The group creates a visceral and deep listening experience where no moment is lost, and each sound is projected with maximum momentum and razor sharp clarity.