Mercado Negro Perpetua Penitencia
Mercado Negro is the second #metaLatino project from Latino Resiste.
This time an ensemble with musicians from Argentina, Germany, Canada and Colombia get together to combine all the ferocity of the metalmedallo musical aesthetic with the aggression of Swedish death metal of the 90’s without losing the compass of originality in terms of Latin Metal of late 2010’s should sound like. Mercado Negro Perpetua Penitencia weiterlesen
Bang on a Can Marathon 30th anniversary – Brooklyn Museum
Saturday, May 6, 2017 – 2:00pm – 10:00pm
30th Anniversary BANG ON A CAN MARATHON
Saturday, May 6, 2017 from 2-10pm
8 hours of Live Music!
200 Eastern Parkway, Brooklyn, NY
Admission: FREE with Museum admission
Suggested donation $16 before 5pm; free after 5pm courtesy of Target First Saturdays.
Bang on a Can comes to Brooklyn with its annual incomparable super-mix of boundary-busting music from around the corner and around the world! The 2017 Bang on a Can Marathon will feature 8 hours of rare performances by some of the most innovative musicians of our time side-by-side with some of today’s most pioneering young artists. Bang on a Can Marathon 30th anniversary weiterlesen
Be not afeard: language, music and cultural memory in the operas of Thomas Adès
Senate House, London 24–25 April 2017
Thomas Adès has drawn attention to the ‘mysterious thing that happens when you set actions to music: a third shape that emerges when something non-visual like a musical score is acted out by people moving on a stage’. This conference will explore Adès’s three operatic shapes of music, text, and performative realisation through the lenses of language and cultural memory. Conference language, music and cultural memory in the operas of Thomas Adès weiterlesen
Laboratory For Freedoms Presents
Music by Reverend Sekou and The Seal Breakers
Sunday, April 2, 4:30 p.m.
During the first 100 days of the new Presidential administration, MoMA PS1 is hosting Laboratory For Freedoms, a residency with the artist-run “super PAC” For Freedoms. As part of VW Sunday Sessions, For Freedoms presents a live concert by Reverend Sekou and The Seal Breakers. Noted activist, author, documentary filmmaker and theologian Reverend Sekou is a third generation Pentecostal preacher. For this performance, Sekou is joined by The Seal Breakers—a Brooklyn-based twelve piece band with five horns and a Hammond B3 organ—for a concert celebrating love, truth, and moral defiance inspired by protest music from African American church traditions. Laboratory For Freedoms Presents weiterlesen