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NEW VIDEO WORKS FOR SOLO PIANO


 



EMILY MANZO. [piano]
PAUL ROWLEY. [video
]
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PERFORMING
WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 30TH
8pm and 10pm

THE STONE
(corner of avenue C and 2nd street)
Curated by Jim O'Rourke

http://www.thestonenyc.com/

Emily Manzo and Paul Rowley are pleased to announce the premiere of a new performance of collaborative works for piano and video at The Stone.

Emily will be playing a selection of works for piano and toy piano, and will be accompanied by live video elements created in response to the music. The program includes works for solo piano by John Cage, Morton Feldman, Eve Beglarian, and Helmut Lachenmann.

The videos were created at a recent residency at The Experimental Television Center in New York. Using the proprietary video system at the Center, Paul created a library of elements which will be edited and manipulated live during the performance.

ADMISSION is $10 per set
students 13 to 19 admitted half price. children 12 and under free
there are no advance ticket sales. all admissions are at the door prior to each performance


EMILY MANZO Pianist Emily Manzo has won numerous awards and acclaim throughout the U.S. for her interpretation of new music. She has premiered the works of John Luther Adams, Kyle Gann, Susie Ibarra, Rob Reich, and Mary Halvorson, among others. Emily currently resides in New York where she performs regularly as a classical solo and chamber musician, and as a keyboardist and singer in an alternative country band and a psychadelic folk group. Emily is also a founding member of Till by Turning, a new music ensemble dedicated to developing educational resources for new music.


PAUL ROWLEY is a Dublin born artist working primarily with film, video installation and sound. He currently resides in Brooklyn and Dublin. In 2000, with collaborator David Phillips, he won the Glen Dimplex Artists’ Award, the Irish Museum of Modern Art’s annual contemporary art prize, seen as the Irish equivalent of the Tate’s Turner prize. Recent exhibitions include Re:mote at the Photographers’ Gallery, London, Videonale at the Bonn Kunst Museum, and Bambi at the ICA in Philadelphia. Recent fesitval screeings include the Impakt festival in Holland, retrospectives at the Darklight Digital Festival in Dublin and Prog:ME, the Rio de Janeiro festival of Media Arts. Paul has been artist in residence at the Atlantic Center for the Arts, Florida, with Gillian Wearing, and a fellow at the Macdowell Colony in New Hampshire. He has received numerous awards from the Irish Arts Council for his work.

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http://www.experimentaltvcenter.org/
http://www.artscouncil.ie