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Saturday, July 2, 2011

Spend Independence Day Eve with TRANSIT (and me)!

Sunday, July 3rd, TRANSIT will be featured on a program for the New York Electronic Art Festival playing awesome music by Tristan Perich, Lesley Flanigan, and Daniel Wohl (of TRANSIT).

from: transitnewmusic.wordpress.com

We will be playing some of our coolest commissions of the last year, all of which do wild and wonderful things with electronics. Music by Tristan Perich, Daniel Wohl, and Lesley Flanigan (who will also be joining us in the performance!). Things to keep an eye out for:

hand-built speakers

a pianist playing drums

seeing a live ensemble sort of turned into an electronic sequence

amazing vocal stylings of Lesley Flanigan

a healthy antidote to any concept of electronic music as academic or dry

an awesome addition to a holiday weekend

and did i mention this show is FREE?

This is a FREE CONCERT & a great way to spend part of your holiday weekend!

A concert of electronic music
featuring TRANSIT and Woody Sullender

This program consists of music written especially for TRANSIT by some of their favorite New York City composer friends and each one takes a uniquely inventive approach to incorporating electronic sounds and processes into highly effective pieces. Whether Lesley's amplified singing and hand-built feedback instruments, Tristan's innovative system of binary gated amplification, or Daniel's use of distorted audio clips, this stuff will blow your mind!


by Tristan Perich

by Lesley Flanigan

Corps Exquis
by Daniel Wohl

July 3rd, 8 p. m.
St. Paul's Chapel
290 Broadway (at Fulton St)
Take the A, C, J, Z, 2, 3, 4 or 5 train to Fulton St; E to World Trade Center; N/R to Cortland St or the PATH to World Trade Center
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