January 20 - January 22, 2017
Friday and Saturday at 10PM; Sunday at 6PM
The Club | 74a East 4th Street (3rd Floor)
A Weekend of New Music Ideas Featuring Three Artists Each Night
Curated by Gian Marco Lo Forte & Nicky Paraiso
Sound Departures is a new music series featuring cross-disciplinary musicians who explore new genres and known music idioms. The series features upcoming and established musicians each evening that will share new work. Three shows – one weekend: Friday January 20 and Saturday January 21 10pm; Sunday January 22 at 6pm. Featured artists include:
Alt-folk songwriter Ziemba who will present LALA, a new sonic scenes from Ardis; Award-winning musicians and theatre makers Julia Sirna-Frest and Shane Chapman to perform Welcome to the Gun Show: A Chekhovian Song Cycle; Composer and musician Clint Borzoni to present male singers duets from his Queer Opera Antinous and Hadrian; Composer/electronicist Guy Barash’s new project Guy & the Graphics interpreting graphic scores; singer songwriter Gareth Hobbs who blends folk, rock, blues and electronica; musician of Sci-Fi folk songs Rags Parkland (alter ego of songwriter Andrew R. Butler).
Friday, January 20 at 10pm
with Cory Clines, Christopher Sokołowski, Jennifer Peterson,
& Edward Ficklin
Composer and musician Clint Borzoni presents duets from his Queer Opera Antinous and Hadrian with male singers Cory Clines and Christopher Sokołowski.
Singer songwriter and instrumentalist Gareth Hobbs blends folk, rock, blues and electronica.
Saturday January 21 at 10pm
Gavin Price, John Gasper,
& Jack Frederick
Musicians and multi-instrumentalists perform ONE SMALL STEP an experimental musical of the lunar landing in July of 1969 to incorporate NASA transcript.
Alt-folk songwriter Ziemba (Rene Kaldzyk) who will present LALA, a new sonic scenes from Ardis.
Brittane experiments with the sounds of gospel music
Sunday January 22 at 6pm
Guy Barash: Guy & the Graphics
Composer/electronicist Guy Barash presents his new project Guy & the Graphics interpreting graphic scores.
Guy Barash's audio and video installation includes an audience participation element: You are encouraged to bring small instruments, toys and other noise-making devices.
Julia Sirna-Frest and Shane Chapman
Award-winning musicians and theatre makers Julia Sirna-Frest and Shane Chapman to perform Welcome to the Gun Show: A Chekhovian Song Cycle