Coming to the ISSUE Project Room

Philip Jeck performing during the Mór festival...
Philip Jeck performing during the Mór festival in Charleville Castle, Co. Offaly 21/08/04 (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

From New York’s ISSUE Project Room:

Eleh (US Debut) + Lary 7
Fri, September 14 – 8pm
BUY TICKETS | $15 / $12 members + students
At Our Lady of Lebanon Cathedral, 113 Remsen St, Brooklyn ( MAP)

ISSUE presents Eleh’s first ever US performance. Eleh create highly minimal and deeply spiritual pure analog electroacoustic music with emphasis on tonal juxtapositions, bass tones and various acoustic phenomenon. Joined by Lary 7.

Chris Watson + Marcus Davidson
Sat, September 15 – 8pm
BUY TICKETS | $15 / $12 members + students
At Our Lady of Lebanon Cathedral, 113 Remsen St, Brooklyn ( MAP)

Comprised of field recordings by Chris Watson and Mike Harding with a vocal arrangement conducted live by Marcus Davidson, The Bee Symphony explores the vocal harmonies between humans and animals. Harding also presents Watsons Forest Floor, and a new work by Watson and Davidson.

Films of Jon Wozencroft
Sun, September 16 – 4pm
$9 – Tickets available at the door

At Anthology Film Archives: 32 Second Avenue, NYC ( MAP)

Anthology Film Archives screens the films of Jon Wozencroft as part of Touch.30 Live in NYC: The Suffolk Symphony (audio by Philip Jeck & BJNilsen), and Liquid Music (audio by Fennesz). Total running time: ca. 95 minutes.

Touch Ensemble at Experimental Intermedia
Sun, September 16 – 8pm
SOLD OUT – Free to Touch.30 Series Passholders

At Experimental Intermedia: 224 Centre Street, 3rd floor, NYC ( MAP)

Featuring: Marcus Davidson, Philip Jeck, Dave Knapik, Lary 7, Ken Montgomery, JG.Thirlwell and very special guest The Enchantress of Bioluminosity & others… Conducted by Mike Harding