from ASM‘s Announcement List:
Friday March 4, 2011 at 8 pm
Zoraspace, 315 4th Ave (between 2nd and 3rd) Park Slope BK
(F to 9th Street/4th Ave; M/R to Union)
SLUMMING IN THE SLOPE
All World Premieres XIX: Our 19th All Brand Spanking New Music Extravaganza
As always, a steal at $9.99.
Never before heard pieces by Jim Altieri, Melissa Dunphy, Pat Muchmore, Ed RosenBerg, Barry Seroff, and Jonathan Vincent
Featuring the amazing and undeniable performing talents of: Hubert Chen, Jean Cook, Dan Lasaga, Pat Muchmore, Ed RosenBerg, Kamala Sankaram, Maria Sonevytsky, Andie Springer, Pete Sustarsic, and Barry Seroff
This program is supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, in partnership with the City Council, and in part with public funds from the New York State Council on the Arts, a state agency. Which is basically to say – your tax dollars at work. Yeah, frightening isn’t it?
ADDITIONAL READING MATERIAL
If you hate classical music as much as I do, you¹ll love this.
I hate classical music almost as much as I hate dogs.
Do you know where there are a lot of dogs? Park Slope.
Dogs, and babies.
Don¹t you love the sound of a squealing, sick baby during a quiet contemplative moment in a concert full of sensitive, atonal, and slightly upsetting music?
Sure, we¹ll have babies at our shows. Why do you think we¹re doing a show in Park Slope? Cause we love babies. And whiskey.
When your baby gets sick, just give em a little whiskey
Park Slope, you know what that¹s like, dogs, babies, cats, numbered streets, avenues, hot nuts, cheap sunglasses, that one taco truck, no hobos, short stop lights, no drug dealers, prolly a couple of serial killers.
And bicycles. What¹s up with fixed gear bikes? Why do you want to keep moving your legs faster and faster as you ride down a hill? Does that give you more of a sense of control? I¹d think it would shoot your knees out.
See you there.