Last night’s Night of Singing Cellists was a smash. We got a shout out in Time Out NY, a lovely mention in Gemini and Scorpios event listngs, and enjoyed an absolutely packed house. So many thanks to Ian M. Colletti and Vaudeville Park, Meaghan Burke, Leah Coloff, Audrey Chen, Michelle Leftheris, and the Ladies of Experimental Music NYC for a truly fantastical evening.
The Super Coda presents one final January event before we take a couple weeks off. Here she is:
A Prom Night Records Showcase @ Vaudeville Park.
This Thursday will feature 3 Prom Night artists: VaVatican, Fester, and Jason Anastasoff’s Obscure Directions. Also on the bill is Andrew Bernstein of Baltimore fame, performing a solo set for sax and sine waves.
8pm – Fester: featuring the gnarly stylings of David Grollman on snare drum and Sean Ali on upright bass.
8:45 – Andrew Bernstein: Andrew Bernstein is a musician and composer from Baltimore, MD. His compositions and live electronic music often run in place, using repetition to explore subtle changes and the physicality of sound. As a reed player he is influenced by equal parts free improvisation and minimalism, always trying to feel the other pulse. Active in Baltimore’s musical underground, Bernstein is a member of the Red Room/High Zero collective and in addition to performing solo has played and plays with the groups Horse Lords, White Life, Teeth Mountain and The Dan Deacon Ensemble.
9:30 – VaVatican: featuring Weston Minassali on synthesizer, Nathaniel Morgan on sax, Owen Stewart-Robertson on guitar, and Booker Stardrum on drums.
10:15 – Jason Anastasoff’s Obscure Directions – graphic scores for a large ensemble featuring Jason Anastasoff on upright bass, Sean Ali on upright bass, Owen Stewart-Robertson on guitar, and Nathaniel Morgan on sax.
For more info on Prom Night Records and their recent releases, check out their website: