Eavesdropping

New Music Series

2/21, opening concert with thingNY

The evening will feature a mouthful of selections from Paul Pinto’s 'minis', a group of short pieces focusing on aspects of text delivery, along with bite size servings from Erin Rogers’ latest work 'Trajectories' for 5 vocal instrumentalists, electronics and communal harp. The evening will culminate with ONE of the following: a. salad bar b. entrée c. dessert d. group improv

http://www.thingny.com

3/21, Séverine Ballon: cello recital

Cello extraordinaire and new music champion, Séverine Ballon, presents an exciting program of canonical music from the contemporary repertoire alongside new music by emerging composers. Ballon has collaborated with many of the featured composers to expand the repertoire of music for cello. The program will include music by Iannis Xenakis, Rebecca Saunders, Andrea Sarto and Kristian Ireland.

http://www.severineballon.com

4/4, iConcert

Join cutting-edge composer collective Blind Ear Music as they break the fourth wall with their innovative technology that allows you to dictate the music as it is performed live. The players will sight-read new works by Greg Sandow, Jakub Ciupinski, Cristina Spinei, and Adam Reifsteck while the composers – and audience members! – control the score.

http://www.adamreifsteck.com/iconcert.html

5/9, Benjamin Kreith: My New Address

Benjamin Kreith presents a recital of contemporary violin music featuring ‘My New Address’ by Italian composer Stefano Scodanibbio. The program includes solo works by Javier Arias Bal, Luciano Chessa, Laurie San Martin, David del Puerto, and Anton Vishio. Daniel Cullen will join Kreith to perform his piece 'Stream' for violin and electronics.

About the Series

Composer and curator Guy Barash’s new music series Eavesdropping kicks off its third year of adventurous modern programming. It returns to The Tank to present some of today’s most daring performers and astonishing composers.

For artists, Eavesdropping provides a stage for risk-taking and the exploration of non-conventional sound, to present a relevant boundary-breaking artistic work. Shows often include multimedia elements, real time electronic processing, and performance art. The Tank’s intimate black box theater brings our audiences close enough to become part of the creative process. We are committed to presenting innovative repertoire that is relevant and intriguing. Eavesdropping is a cross-genres new music series presented to the city’s inquisitive listener - the one that seen it all and heard it all but craves for cultural excitement.


"Audiences are Eavesdropping on something that is coming into being, to music as it is being created. The Tank’s intimate black box theater brings audiences close enough to become part of the creative process. In this unique experience, I am committed to presenting innovative repertoire that is relevant and intriguing. [...] The rare combination of something that I didn’t hear before, and the right kind of attitude. Eavesdropping provides a stage for risk-taking artists that wish to explore non-conventional sound, and to present a relevant boundary-breaking artistic work. Shows often include multimedia elements, real time electronic processing, and performance art."
Feb 21 - May 9, 2013
Tickets

$10.00 advance / $12.00 at the door

$10.00 advance / $12.00 at the door

$10.00 advance / $12.00 at the door

$10.00 advance / $12.00 at the door

312 West 36th Street / First Floor / New York, NY 10018