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  • Friday, November 20, 2015 - 10:00pm   map

    UllU: Zeena Parkins and UllU // The Stone

    Friday, November 20, 2015 - 10:00pm   map



    thestonenyc.com

    Corner of Ave C & E. 2nd St, Manhattan
    8PM, $10

    Zeena Parkins and UllU (CJM and David Shively) join forces at The Stone in a first-time collaboration during Zeena's residency week.

    Zeena Parkins - electric, acoustic harps, synth, things
    UllU duo:
       Chris McIntyre - trombone, synths, tapes
       Dave Shively - feedback drums, metals, tapes

    FB Page for Zeena's Stone Residency

  • Friday, November 20, 2015 - 8:00pm   map

    TILT Brass Sextet: Music of Zeena Parkings // The Stone

    Friday, November 20, 2015 - 8:00pm   map


    FRIDAY, NOV. 20TH
    8PM, $10


    Friend and colleague Zeena Parkins has new pieces for TILT Brass Sextet and collaborators for premiere at The Stone during her week-long residency in November 2015.

    "New works written for TILT + Foley artists: Dylan Neely/Erin Cornell/Eleanor Hullihan + LACE PIECE with special guests GREEN DOME: Ryan Sawyer (drums) Ryan Ross Smith (Keyboards, electronics) Zeena (acoustic harp)"

    TILT Brass Sextet
    trumpet – Gareth Flowers, Mike Gurfield, Tim Leopold
    trombone – Jen Baker, Will Lang, Chris McIntyre

    FB Page for Zeena's Stone Residency

    thestonenyc.com
    Corner of Ave C & E. 2nd St, Manhattan

  • Monday, November 2, 2015 - 9:00pm - 10:00pm   map

    PRACTICE: Chris McIntyre (solo) at Trans-Pecos

    Monday, November 2, 2015 - 9:00pm - 10:00pm   map



    Dedicated experimental musician Chris McIntyre (TILT Brass, Either/Or, UllU, Ne(x)tworks) performs a rare solo set using trombone, voice, live-electronics, and tapes. Far West Queens audiences will hear an evolving strata of sounds broken into pieces. Interrupted concentricities; the sound of alterania nervina.

    Curated by Charles Waters
    Facebook Event

    "LOW/SOLO"
    3 sets of solo exploration for low instruments

    8pm Sara Schoenbeck - Solo Bassoon
    9pm Chris McIntyre - Solo Trombone, electronics
    10pm Jonah Parzen- Johnson- Solo Baritone Saxophone

    thetranspecos.com

  • Saturday, October 24, 2015 - 8:00pm   map

    Keeril Makan/Jay Schieb - Persona (Opera) at National Sawdust

    Saturday, October 24, 2015 - 8:00pm   map


    PERSONA

    Music by Keeril Makan
    Libretto adapted by Jay Scheib from the Ingmar Bergman screenplay
    Direction by Jay Scheib
    Music Direction by Evan Ziporyn
    Music performed by Either/Or Ensemble
    Co-commissioned by National Sawdust and Beth Morrison Projects

    Beth Morrison Projects (National Sawdust group-in-residence) is the producer of this new work, which it co-commissioned with the venue. Composed by Rome Prize-winner Keeril Makan, with music direction by Evan Ziporyn and a libretto and direction by Jay Scheib, one of American Theater’s “Top 25 Directors Likely to Shape American Performance Over the Next 25 Years,” Persona is a provocative, highly cerebral, and artistically complex depiction of human frailty, cruelty, and identity.

    National Sawdust event page

  • Friday, October 23, 2015 - 8:00pm   map

    Keeril Makan/Jay Schieb - Persona (Opera) at National Sawdust

    Friday, October 23, 2015 - 8:00pm   map


    PERSONA

    Music by Keeril Makan
    Libretto adapted by Jay Scheib from the Ingmar Bergman screenplay
    Direction by Jay Scheib
    Music Direction by Evan Ziporyn
    Music performed by Either/Or Ensemble
    Co-commissioned by National Sawdust and Beth Morrison Projects

    Beth Morrison Projects (National Sawdust group-in-residence) is the producer of this new work, which it co-commissioned with the venue. Composed by Rome Prize-winner Keeril Makan, with music direction by Evan Ziporyn and a libretto and direction by Jay Scheib, one of American Theater’s “Top 25 Directors Likely to Shape American Performance Over the Next 25 Years,” Persona is a provocative, highly cerebral, and artistically complex depiction of human frailty, cruelty, and identity.

    National Sawdust event page

  • Saturday, October 3, 2015 - 8:05pm   map

    Stuart Dempster / Music for Contemplation // Church of the Annunciation

    Saturday, October 3, 2015 - 8:05pm   map

    Music for Contemplation presents:
    STUART DEMPSTER
    SONIC BREATHING AND CIRCULAR MEDITATIONS

    Saturday, October 3, 2015
    8:05pm 10:05pm
    Church of the Annunciation
    259 N 5th St at Havemeyer and Metropolitan Brooklyn, NY 11211

    Works by Stuart Dempster for solo trombone, didjeridoo and large trombone ensemble. The trombones resonate throughout the space, embracing listeners in their tones. Featuring Jen Baker and Monique Buzzarté.

    $15 suggested donation at the door.
     

  • Wednesday, September 2, 2015 - 10:00pm   map

    TILT Brass: Harris Eisenstadt's "Aberikula" feat. TILT Slide Quartet // The Stone

    Wednesday, September 2, 2015 - 10:00pm   map

    Harris Eisenstadt's Aberikula at The Stone
    featuring TILT Slide Quartet

    Tim Leopold - slide trumpet; Mark Broschinksy - alto trombone; Chris McIntyre - tenor trombone; James Rogers - bass trombone

    TILT's new Slide Quartet joins composer/percussionist Harris Eisenstadt to perform a collection of work inspired by the secular form of Cuban batá drumming music called aberikula.

    www.harriseisenstadt.com
    www.thestonenyc.com
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  • Wednesday, July 1, 2015 - 8:00pm   map

  • Tuesday, June 30, 2015 - 8:00pm   map

    UllU & Barrett - Richard Barrett Festival // Spectrum

    Tuesday, June 30, 2015 - 8:00pm   map

    More details soon!


  • Monday, June 29, 2015 - 8:00pm   map

    Ekmeles + Brass - Music by Rihm, Spahlinger, Fisher-Lochhead

    Monday, June 29, 2015 - 8:00pm   map


    Final concert of 2015 5ive Boroughs Music Festival

    Monday, June 29, 2015 at 7:30 PM
    Pre-concert discussion at 6:30 PM
    DiMenna Center for Classical Music
    450 W 37th St, MANHATTAN

    5BMF’s 2014-2015 season concludes in June with the exciting vocal talents of EKMELES! These master interpreters of avant garde vocal music, led by director and baritone Jeffrey Gavett, will join with musicians from TILT Brass and the loadbang ensemble in a thrilling program of works for brass and voice.

    Featuring two US Premieres by contemporary European masters and a World Premiere by a young American talent, this new program showcases the flexibility and expressive possibilities inherent in voice and brass. Join us before the concert for a special discussion about creating works for these forces led by Ekmeles director Jeffrey Gavett, composer Christopher Fisher-Lochhead, and trombonist Will Lang (soloist in prosodia daseia).

    Program
    MATTHIAS SPAHLINGER: über den frühen tod fräuleins anna augusta marggräfen zu baden (US Premiere)
    WOLFGANG RIHM: SKOTEINÓS (US Premiere)
    CHRISTOPHER FISHER-LOCHHEAD: prosodia daseia (World Premiere)

    Performers
    Ekmeles: Charlotte Mundy, Mary Mackenzie, Kirsten Sollek, Tomás Cruz, Brian Giebler, Jeffrey Gavett, Kelvin Chan, and Steven Hrycelak, vocalists
    Instrumentalists: Andy Kozar, trumpet; Will Lang, Chris McIntyre, Jen Baker and Matt Melore, trombones; Michelle Farah, oboe; Carlos Cordeiro, clarinet

    Tickets: $25 General Admission

  • Wednesday, June 24, 2015 - 8:00pm - 10:00pm   map

    TILT Brass - Richard Barrett Festival // Spectrum

    Wednesday, June 24, 2015 - 8:00pm - 10:00pm   map

    More details soon!


  • Friday, June 12, 2015 - 8:00pm   map

    TILT Brass - To TILT 2015 // University Settlement

    Friday, June 12, 2015 - 8:00pm   map

    TILT Brass by Steven Schreiber
    TILT Brass, 2014 Look & Listen Festival, Invisible Dog Arts Ctr

    TILT Brass presents the 2015 installment of To TILT, its on-going series of concerts and recordings that feature work created for the organization's specific forces and skills. The program at University Settlement includes newly commissioned works written for TILT Brass Sextet by Lithuanian composer Žibuoklė Martinaitytė, and trombonist/composer and long-time TILT performer Jacob Garchik.

    The Sextet will also premiere an expanded version of TILT Director Chris McIntyre's multi-movement work Fabrics (2014-15) and his transcriptions from Arthur Russell's Tower of Meaning, composed in the early 1980's.

    This event takes place during a set of concerts co-organized by TILT and our stellar colleagues at Either/Or (performing on June 10th and 13th.) Located on Manhattan's Lower East Side, the excellent acoustics of University Settlement's Speyer Hall is a perfect venue for these not-to-be-missed concerts during NYC's busy Summer season.

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    Either/Or at Miller Theater

  • Thursday, June 4, 2015 - Sunday, June 7, 2015   map

    Yoshiko Chuma's School of Hard Knocks - π = 3.14.... Dry Tech // La Mama's Ellen Stewart Theater

    Thursday, June 4, 2015 - Sunday, June 7, 2015   map

    Next iteration of revered director and multimedia artist Yoshiko Chuma's multi-year project π = 3.14. CJM performs live on trombone, synths, and software.


     Hiroyuki Ito for The New York Times
     

  • Tuesday, May 19, 2015 - 7:30pm  

    Stravinsky's "L'Histoire du Soldat" // Princeton University

    Tuesday, May 19, 2015 - 7:30pm  

  • Saturday, May 9, 2015 - 8:00pm   map

    TILT Brass - Tectonics Fest: Nate Wooley’s “Seven Storey Mtn. V” + Dougherty trombone 5tet // Abrons Art Center [IPR]

    Saturday, May 9, 2015 - 8:00pm   map

  • Thursday, May 7, 2015 - 8:00pm   map

    Tectonics Fest: N. Young (Wolf Eyes) & Diaz de Leon // Unitarian Cong. Soc. [IPR]

    Thursday, May 7, 2015 - 8:00pm   map

    Nate Young of Wolf Eyes Mario Diaz de Leon

    CJM joins and all-star group (James Rogers, Yarn/Wire, Ilan Volkov) to perform ensemble realizations of work by Wolf Eyes' Nate Young. Opening night of Tectonics Festival New York 2015.

    Facebook Event Page
    ISSUE Project Room's Tectonics Page
     

    NOTE: ISSUE Project Room is hosting this event off-site
     

  • Wednesday, May 6, 2015 - 8:00pm   map

    TILT Brass - Music of John King // The Stone

    Wednesday, May 6, 2015 - 8:00pm   map

  • Wednesday, April 22, 2015   map

    Music of Stephen Prina // The Kitchen

    Wednesday, April 22, 2015   map



    CJM is Music Director for an evening of works by renown visual artist and musician Stephen Prina

    Prina on Wikipedia
    Petzel Gallery page
    The Kitchen Event Page
    Facebook Event Page

    Personnel:
    composer, guitar, vocal - Stephen Prina
    Music Dir. - Chris McIntyre
    oboe - Michelle Farrah
    clarinet - Christa Van Alstine
    trumpet - Tim Leopold
    horn - Rachel Drehmann
    trombone - Will Lang
    violin - Jenny Choi
    viola - Erin Wight
    piano - Stephen Gosling
    flute 1 - Margaret Lancaster
    flute 2 - Barry Crawford
    flute 3 - Jessica Schmitz
    flute 4 - Katie Cox
    flute 5 - Roberta Michel
    flute 6 - Valerie Coleman-Page

  • Saturday, April 11, 2015 - 8:00pm   map

    Music of James Tenney // Abrons Art Center

    Saturday, April 11, 2015 - 8:00pm   map

    Details TBA

  • Tuesday, March 31, 2015 - 8:00pm   map

    TILT Brass - Graphic & Strategic Scores by Braxton, Barrett, and Cardew // JACK

    Tuesday, March 31, 2015 - 8:00pm   map



    TILT Brass kicks off its Spring 2015 season at JACKan intimate neighborhood multi-arts venue located in Clinton Hill. The program revisits TILT's creative music origins with work highlighting the improvisational skill and experience of its players. The program features a wide range of recent and classic graphic and strategic scores. Composers include Berlin-based English composer and electronic musician Richard Barrett, an early composition by legendary composer and multi-instrumentalist Anthony Braxton, and selections from Cornelius Cardew's touchstone graphic score Treatise.

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    PURCHASE TICKETS
    [$12.50 advance, $15 door]

    Detail from Braxton's "Comp. 18" (1971)

    Detail from Braxton's "Comp. 18" (1971) 

    PERSONNEL
    Chris McIntyre - Music Director, trombone
    trumpet Timothy Leopold, Andrew Kozar, Tom Verchot
    trombone Jen Baker, Jacob Garchik, Will Lang, James Rogers (bass)
    Nathan Koci - horn, accordion

    PROGRAM
    Anthony Braxton 8KN-(J-6) [aka Comp. 18] (1971)
                                           1
                                           R10
    Cornelius Cardew Selections from Treatise (1963-67)
    Richard Barrett Codex XII (2013)
    Other works TBA

  • Friday, March 13, 2015 - 8:00pm   map

    Talea Ensemble - Enno Poppe's "Speicher" // EMPAC (Troy, NY)

    Friday, March 13, 2015 - 8:00pm   map



    http://empac.rpi.edu/events/2015/spring/talea-ensemble

    Poppe's words on Speicher:
    "Musical phenomena are never abstract. The idea behind Speicher is the search for extremes—extreme condensation, thinning, acceleration, broadening. For the piece to be able to continue and remain interesting, it is important—besides diversity—for the audience to be able to recognize certain parts. Anything can be recognizable—a single sound as well as a complete formal structure. Therefore it seems less important to keep inserting new ideas into the piece but rather to create an unpredictable network of derivations. The next step would be to be able to foresee what will happen next. Thus, an active way of listening would be created. But, in a reservoir [“speicher”], things always get into a mess anyway."

  • Monday, March 9, 2015 - 8:00pm   map

    Either/Or - Music of Nic Collins // Roulette

    Monday, March 9, 2015 - 8:00pm   map

    From Roulette's website:

    In his first New York concert in four years Nicolas Collins presents a mix of recent works for ensemble and solo electronics. In Roomtone Variations the resonant frequencies of the Roulette concert hall are mapped, in real time, through controlled acoustic feedback, and projected as staff notation. Once the staves are filled the musicians in Either/Or improvise variations on the notes, gradually stepping through this site-specific “architectural tone row”. The computer-generated notation in Bracken guides the ensemble through interactions inspired by Christian Wolff’s “coordination” scores of the 1960s, extended by adapting techniques of electronic music onto acoustic instruments. In Speak Memory data files of pictures are encoded in sound, played back through speakers, momentarily stored in the reverberation time of the hall, but “forgotten” as the sound decays; the process is recorded, then reviewed in slow motion, revealing the erosion of sound and image. Circuits and software round out an evening of adventurous electro-acoustic music.

  • Saturday, December 6, 2014 - 7:00pm   map

    Unnameable Books Improvisers Meeting

    Saturday, December 6, 2014 - 7:00pm   map

    James Ilgenfritz - bass
    Kirsten Carey - guitar
    Michael Foster - saxophone
    Gisburg - voice
    Chris McIntyre - trombone
    Dafna Naphtali - voice, electronics
    John O'Brien - percussion
    Jonah Rosenberg - keyboard
    Devin Braja Waldman - saxophone

    600 Vanderbilt Ave. (@ St. Marks) Prospect Heights
    2/3 to Grand Army Plaza B/Q to 7th Ave C/G to Clinton/Washington

    Facebook event page

  • Friday, December 5, 2014 - 8:00pm   map

    Either/Or - Composer Portraits: Keeril Makan / Miller Theater

    Friday, December 5, 2014 - 8:00pm   map

    Featuring two premieres from a long-time E/O collaborator. If We Knew the Sky, for large ensemble (world premiere, commissioned by E/O with support from the Jebediah Foundation), and Letting Time Circle Through Us, for sextet (NY premiere, commissioned by E/O with support from Meet the Composer/Commissioning USA).

  • Tuesday, November 4, 2014 - 7:30pm   map

    Terry Riley's In C - 50th Birthday Concert / (le) Poisson Rouge

    Tuesday, November 4, 2014 - 7:30pm   map


    50th Birthday concert: Terry Riley’s In C
    Presented by Darmstadt Essential Repertoire and LPR

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    LPR Event Page

    Fifty years to the day after its premiere at the San Francisco Tape Music Center, Terry Riley’s pioneering, free-wheeling composition In C (1964) is celebrated by Gotham’s “most vital, audacious and energizing performance” (New York Times) of the work. Convened by the Darmstadt series (also celebrating its 10th anniversary), the group features members of Ensemble LPR, Hotel Elefant, and a diversity of musicians at the crossroads of New York’s new music scene. Visuals by Victoria Keddie and Scott Kiernan/ESP TV.

    VIOLIN
    Eli Spindel
    Pauline Kim Harris
    Conrad Harris

    VIOLA
    Jeanann Dara
    David Handler
    Jessica Pavone

    CELLO
    Rubin Kodheli
    Justin Kantor

    GUITAR
    Jim McHugh
    David Grubbs
    Elliott Sharp
    John King

    BASS
    Zach Layton

    KEYBOARD
    Marina Rosenfeld
    David Friend

    FLUTE
    Domenica Fossati
    Katie Cox

    CLARINET
    Isabel Kim

    CONTRABASS
    Shawn Lovato

    TROMBONE
    Chris Mcintyre
    Sam Kulik

    SAXOPHONE
    Peter Gordon
    Evan Rapport
    Matana Roberts
    Jeff Tobias

    VOICE
    Megan Schubert
    Daisy Press
    Katie Eastburn
    Nick Hallett

    HARP
    Shelly Burgon

    KOTO
    Miya Masaoka

    ACCORDION
    Du Yun

    PERCUSSION
    Mustafa Ahmed

    VISUALS
    Victoria Keddie and Scott Kiernan

    TICKETS: $20/$25/$30 

  • Thursday, October 30, 2014 - 7:00pm   map

    TILT Brass Trio / SUNY Maritime

    Thursday, October 30, 2014 - 7:00pm   map

    Invited by music faculty member Harris Eisenstadt, TILT Brass Trio performs a wide range of historical works for the students and community at SUNY Maritime in The Bronx.

    Chris McIntyre - trombone, Director
    Sam Nester - trumpet
    Nathan Koci - horn

    PROGRAM
    Hoquetus David (ca. 1360) - Guillaume de Machaut
    See myne owne sweet jewell (1593) - Sir Thomas Morley
    From Canzonets or Little Short Songs to three voyces
    Fugue II (1722) - J. S. Bach (arr. C. McIntyre)
    From Well Tempered Clavier (Book 1)
    Sinfonia I (1723) - J. S. Bach (arr. C. McIntyre)
    From Inventions and Sinfonias (BWV 772–801)
    Allegro & Menuetto from Divertimento II K.229 No.2 (1803) - W. A. Mozart
    Sonata (1924) - Francis Poulenc
    I. Allegro moderato
    II. Andante
    III. Rondeau
    Elite Syncopations (1902) - Scott Joplin (arr. B. Holcombe)
    Selections from Bela Bartok Set for brass trio - arr. C. McIntyre
    From Mikrokosmos (1940) except where noted
    In Three Parts
    Tale
    VI [from 14 Bagatelles (1908)]
    Bulgarian Rhythm 2
    Bulgarian Rhythm 1
    Freedom Jazz Dance (1965) - Eddie Harris (arr. C. McIntyre)
    Guest - Harris Eisenstadt, percussion

  • Sunday, October 26, 2014   map

    Ne(x)tworks: New Works by Paul Pinto, Gelsey Bell, Miguel Frasconi / ISSUE Project Room

    Sunday, October 26, 2014   map

    Ne(x)tworks returns to ISSUE Project Room for an early evening program of new works by New York composers Paul Pinto, Gelsey Bell, and ensemble-member Miguel Frasconi.

    TICKETS

    PROGRAM
    Paul PintoUnintelligible Response
    La Barbara, Burgeon, Dharamraj, Gosling, Kim
    Gelsey BellWeight (Premiere)
    tutti
    Miguel Frasconi - Sun Studies (Premiere)
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    Ne(x)tworks
    Joan La Barbara – voice; Shelley Burgon – harp & electronics; Yves Dharamraj – cello; Miguel Frasconi - glass & electronics; Stephen Gosling – piano; Ariana Kim – violin; Christopher McIntyre – trombone & electronics

    Ne(x)tworks at IPR, April 2014
  • Friday, September 5, 2014 - 8:45pm   map

    UllU at Spectrum

    Friday, September 5, 2014 - 8:45pm   map



    UllU plays John King's Born Into Flames series at Spectrum

    $15

    Spectrum
    121 Ludlow Street, 2nd floor (between delancey and rivington)
    2 blocks from the F, M, J/Z trains at Essex/Delancey.

    UllU joins violinist Todd Reynolds in a double bill on John King's monthly series Born Into Flames. UllU (Hindi for “owl”) is Chris McIntyre on trombone, tapes, synths, and drums, and Either/Or's David Shively on feedback-drumkit, tapes, and piano. They share an interest in the ecstatic potential of the drone and an inability to escape Modernism. UllU perform works of extended duration in which practical mechanics of sound production collide with formal concerns. Previous shows at Incubator Arts Project, The Stone, Experimental Intermedia, and collaborations with TILT Brass, Eli Keszler, Taylor Levine, and James Fei. August, UllU’s debut recording, is available on Non-Site Records. In South Asian tradition, the owl is in fact considered a very foolish bird.

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  • Saturday, August 9, 2014 - 11:00am - 1:00pm   map

    McIntyre's "Presencing Piece No.1" | SummerStreets/Federal Plaza

    Saturday, August 9, 2014 - 11:00am - 1:00pm   map

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    Presencing Piece No. 1 (Fed Plaza) (2014)

    by Chris McIntyre
    In collaboration with TILT Brass, Ed Bear, and David Shively

    A site-specific performance and installation at Jacob K. Javits Federal Building Plaza

    Chris McIntyre - Composer and Creative Director
    Ed Bear - Technical Director
    David Shively - feed-back drums

    TILT Brass
    Trumpet
    Garth Flowers, Mike Gurfield, Rich Johnson, Tim Leopold, Stephanie Richards
    Trombone
    Jen BakerJacob GarchikSam KulikWill Lang, Matt MeloreJames RogersPeter Zummo

    Contextual information available on the project Tumblr site

    Conceived by composer and trombonist Chris McIntyre for SummerStreets, Presencing Piece No.1 (Fed Plaza) is a collaborative, site-specific sonic experience designed for the Jacob K. Javits Federal Building Plaza. Unfolding over a 2-hour period, Presencing Piece... features a 12-piece compliment of Brooklyn-based experimental music group TILT Brass, Either/Or percussionist David Shively, and a state-of-the-art implementation of multiple PA speakers. McIntyre locates the live musicians and the arrayed speakers around the plaza to amplify physical and intangible properties of the site. The PA system and other small devices broadcast sound via infrared transmitters with which the audience is able to interact. The goal for McIntyre and his collaborators (including tech director Ed Bear) is to transform the audience’s sense of aural dimensionality and scale as they are immersed in the simultaneity of sound and spectacle. The piece also aims to create a dialogue between the present and past of the site. One piece of this is the presentation of text-based sounds that tell abstract histories specific to the site and surrounding area. Content ranging from local geologic data, facts about Manhattan’s pre-colonial population, and fragments of other social and political narratives is projected from the on-site speakers while also accessed in earphones from “hidden” online sources (directed via QR-code posters). To many contemporary New Yorkers, “Fed Plaza” is tied to Richard Serra’s site-specific sculpture Tilted Arc (1981), an extremely controversial work that was commissioned for and eventually removed from the site. March 2014 marked the 25th anniversary of its deinstallation. McIntyre and Company’s impressions of the dialogic relationship between Serra’s work and the plaza are found at the core of Presencing Piece No.1 (Fed Plaza).

  • Saturday, July 26, 2014 - 6:00pm   map

    John Luther Adams' "Sila" (Premiere) / Lincoln Center Hearst Plaza

    Saturday, July 26, 2014 - 6:00pm   map

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    On July 25 & 26, TILT Brass joins a stellar cast of New Music stars to give the World Premiere recent Pulitzer Prize winner John Luther Adams' Sila: The Breath of the World. The new piece was commissioned by Mostly Mozart and Lincoln Center Out of Doors.

    TILT Brass for Sila:
    trumpet – Mike GurfieldTom BergeronTim Leopold, Matt Mead, Sam NesterStephanie Richards
    trombone – Jen BakerDaniel Linden, Mike LormandChris McIntyre
    horn – Wei-Ping ChouJenny Ney, Jason SugataCameron West
    tuba – John Altieri, Ben Stapp

    More details on the Lincoln Center website.