This week: concerts in New York (December 24 – December 31, 2012)
Where does sound begin and where does it end? Where is the boundary between sound, the body and the environs of stage and audience? Dancer/choreographer, Naoko Maeshiba’s work to date has focused on unveiling the body’s most primal state through its contact with the immediate environment. Andrew Hayleck, an electro-acoustic musician, works with sound as both a perception and as a physical object. Hayleck and Maeshiba delicately examine the intersection of space/body/sound through shifting temporal and spatial relationships with each other.
Thursday, December 27 at 7 PM
The Tank, 151 w. 46th St. (b/t 6th and 7th Ave) 8th Floor New York, NY
“Tricycle” & “In the Darkness” | Elevator Rose, Howie Kenty
Elevator Rose performs Howie Kenty’s never-performed-before prog masterpiece “Tricycle”, and his epic piece for music and film “In The Darkness.”
Friday, December 28 at 10 PM
The Stone, corner of 2nd street and Avenue A, New York, NY