The Diapason Gallery is renowned for its exceptional capabilities in facilitating world-class sound installations. In this project, 3 NYC-based emerging composers take advantage of these resources by creating experimental new works for TRANSIT that blend elements of sound installation and live performance.
Funding for this project is provided by Meet the Composer.
TRANSIT @ Diapason
January 28, 8PM
882 3rd Ave (btw 32/33 St.)
Sunset Park, Brooklyn
D, N, R train to 36th St.-4th Ave.
Lesley Flanigan is renowned for her innovative performances utilizing the human voice and hand-built feedback electronics. At Diapason, she brings her estimable talents as vocalist, instrument-builder, and sound sculptor to a collaborative performance with the members of TRANSIT.
Sergei Tcherepnin is a Brooklyn-based composer and performer whose music has been performed at major venues around the world. For this project, he takes full advantage of the multi-channel sound system at Diapason in an intricate work for the ensemble.
Daniel Wohl is a co-founder of TRANSIT and has worked closely with the ensemble from its inception. Tonight, he capitalizes on his intimate working history with the group to create a specially tailored set of chamber pieces that highlights individual players in an electro-acoustic soundscape.
Andie Spring, violin
Evelyn Farny, cello
Sara Budde, clarinets
Joe Bergen, percussion
David Friend, piano
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