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TRANSIT presents an innovative Triple Bill Concert at Galapagos Art Space on Oct 14 featuring So Percussion, Tristan Perich, and Corps Exquis:

SO PERCUSSION has rightly won high praises for their tireless innovation and borderless virtuosity. In a set featuring brand new original music, the four fellows of So will prove once again that they continue to attract ‘both kinds of blue hair…elderly matron here, arty punk there’ (Boston Globe)

Fresh off the heels of his second successful Cantaloupe release, 1-Bit Symphony, TRISTAN PERICH presents a world premiere set of pieces composed for TRANSIT. Using an innovative system of digitized amplification, the intricately manicured levels of sound in this avant-chamber work highlight Tristan’s eloquent ingenuity.

CORPS EXQUIS is a new multimedia project between composer Daniel Wohl, 6 NYC-based video artists, and the TRANSIT collective. Using the exquisite corpse process, the artists work collaboratively to create a surreal multimedia world at the intersection of experimental chamber music, video installation, avant-garde film, and post-punk-avant-Baroque-pop rock.

This exciting show highlights the impossible richness of creativity in NYC’s new music scene. Not to be missed!

Thursday, Oct 14
Galapagos Art Space
16 Main St. (@ Water St.)
DUMBO, Brooklyn
$15

(map and directions)

Doors 7 PM, Show 8PM

More information and Audio Samples:

www.sopercussion.com

www.tristanperich.com

www.corpsexquis.net

www.danielwohlmusic.com

www.transitnewmusic.com

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On May 22nd, 2010 (8PM) at Tenri Cultural Institute in NYC, TRANSIT presents a recital featuring soloists Joe Bergen (percussion) and David Friend (piano) in a program of works by some of New York’s leading young composers including Ted Hearne, Christopher Marianetti, Tristan Perich, and Daniel Wohl.
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About the performers:

Joe Bergen
(percussion)

NYTIMES: ‘finely polished’
GRAMOPHONE: ‘This is a disc to treasure…’

Joe Bergen is an active performer, an advocate of new music, and a co-founder of several ground-breaking groups including TRANSIT (Voice of America: ‘…expertly played…’) and Mantra Percussion (New York Times: ‘…a fresh source of energy.’). Joe also performs with numerous other groups including Beaten Path Percussion Duo, Fragile, and Kyklos, and has collaborated extensively with Newband (the Harry Partch Ensemble), New Jersey Percussion Ensemble, the Crossmen Drum Corps, S.E.M. Ensemble, Blarvuster, Aaron Siegel Ensemble, Mad Coyote Group, Jason Cady and the Artificials, Samba NY! and the Instruments. In the fall of 2010, Mantra Percussion will give the U.S. premiere of Michael Gordon’s latest work Timber, for percussion sextet. Joe can be heard on Innova, Shsk’h, Peacock, Equilibrium, and Atma Classique record labels as well as playing timpani on the new release of the RockStar video game: Red Dead Redemption.

www.joebergen.com

David Friend
(piano)

NYTIMES: ‘enlivening vigor’
GUARDIAN (UK): ‘streamlined virtuosity’

David Friend has performed new and experimental music around the world in venues such as Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, Royal Festival Hall (London), the Chan Centre (Vancouver), and the Reina Sofia Museum (Madrid) and in alternative spaces such as Issue Project Room, Le Poisson Rouge, the World Financial Center Winter Garden, the Players Theater, and New York art galleries. He has performed with artists including the Bang on a Can All-Stars, Talujon Percussion, Trio Mediaeval, Bill Frisell, Red Light New Music, and Ensemble Pamplemousse; and worked with composers including Julia Wolfe, David Lang, Michael Gordon, Charles Wuorinen, and Steve Reich. As a founding member of the TRANSIT collective, Mr. Friend works with young composers from around the world and performs the latest music from emerging composers. He also enjoys working with artists from other disciplines, such as contemporary dance-theatre troupe Dance Imprints. Recently, Mr. Friend created a multimedia installation in conjunction with the QAS initiative involving found sounds, a live choir, video art, and modern dance.

www.nolanrobertson.com/Site/David_Friend.html

Program:

(Joe Bergen)
Daniel Wohl: Ritual (2009)
Christopher Marianetti: Trench Hero Aria (2010)
Tristan Perich: Observations (2008)

(Duo)
Ted Hearne: One of us, One of them (2005)

(David Friend)
Tristan Perich: Month (2000)
Christopher Marianetti: Y (2005)
Daniel Wohl: Aorta (2010)

Saturday May 22, 8 PM
Tenri Cultural Institute
43A W. 13th St.
4, 5, 6, N, Q, R, W, or L to Union Square
$15/10 student, senior

www.transitnewmusic.com

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