David Behrman and Gisburg at NY’s Interpretations

Source: Interpretations.

Interpretations Presents:
David Behrman & STRING NOISE: “Unexpected Places”
Gisburg Sings With Michel Foucault & Friedrich Nietzsche

Thursday March 16, 2017
8pm At Roulette in Brooklyn, NY

Two multifaceted long-form works by innovative New York-based composers.

Composer David Behrman presents Unexpected Places: Small Pieces for Conrad and Pauline, A series short works for the violin duo STRING NOISE (Pauline Kim Harris and Conrad Harris). These violin duos will also involve both players incorporating some small percussion objects, with guests Gisburg (vocals) and Behrman on electronics.

Vocalist Gisburg presents a philosophical musical theater for vocals and live band based on Michel Foucault’s “History Of Madness” as well as works by Freidrich Nietzsche. With Loui Terrier (drums), Zach Lane (bass), Raphael Painson (French Horn), Drew Pisarra (Actor/ Friedrich Nietzsche), and Gisburg (voice and piano).

Upcoming concerts:

Thurs Apr 13: Thomas Buckner w/ Earl Howard, JD Parran, Ted Mook, & Andrew Drury – Works by Annea Lockwood, Sam Ashley, Earl Howard, & Daniel Rothman
Thurs May 25: SPACE (Roscoe Mitchell, Thomas Buckner, Scott Robinson) // Reggie Nicholson Percussion Concept

509 Atlantic Ave. Downtown Brooklyn
2, 3, 4, 5, C, G, D, M, N, R, B & Q trains & LIRR.
General admission: $20 / $15 Roulette Members, Students, Seniors.
Tickets can be purchased online at WWW.INTERPRETATIONS.INFO