Portrait Concert: Anne Leilehua Lanzilotti

Friday, August 6, 2021 at 8 PM

Tenri Cultural Institute [ Map ]

On August 6 the String Orchestra of Brooklyn will give its first indoor performance since January 2020: a portrait concert of composer-violist Anne Leilehua Lanzilotti featuring the long-delayed world premiere of a new work for string orchestra, with eyes the color of time. Lanzilotti will open the program performing her solo viola work koʻu inoa. 

General admission $20
Tickets are extremely limited due to COVID restrictions at the venue.

This project was supported, in part, by a Foundation for Contemporary Arts Emergency Grant.

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Hynes/Eastman at Little Island

Friday, August 13, 2021 at 7:30pm

The Amph at Little Island [ Map ]

On August 13, the String Orchestra of Brooklyn and pathbreaking pianist Adam Tendler perform a new piano concerto by Dev Hynes (Blood Orange) alongside a performance of Julius Eastman’s minimalist masterpiece Gay Guerrilla.

Friday, August 13, 7:30pm (rain date August 23)
The Amph at Little Island

Dev Hynes: Happenings (world premiere, commissioned by Little Island)
Julius Eastman: Gay Guerrilla 

Adam Tendler, piano

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The String Orchestra of Brooklyn’s performance of Hynes/Eastman is presented as part of NYC FREE, a one-time-only multidisciplinary arts festival at Little Island from August 11–September 5, 2021.

Little Island presents NYC FREE
4 weeks. 460 artists. 160 performances.
Music, Dance, Poetry, Comedy, and more!
August 11–September 5, 2021

All admission is FREE! Tickets required for all performances in The Amph. Timed Entry passes required for park entry after 12:00PM. More info at https://littleisland.org/visit-us

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Eco-Urgency at Wave Hill

Sunday, September 19, 2021 at 5:30pm

Wave Hill [ Map ]

Eco-Urgency: Music and Nature with the String Orchestra of Brooklyn
Sun, Sept 19, 2021 5:30–6:30PM
Wave Hill, Bronx, NY

This program is held in conjunction with Eco-Urgency: Now or Never, an exhibition organized by Wave Hill in partnership with Lehman College Art Gallery, which addresses the unfolding ecological crisis, including overlapping social, political and environmental concerns. In response to the urgency of the present moment, artists in this exhibition create objects, videos, performances and community organized projects to encourage public engagement, provoke conversation and actions, and deepen awareness of these issues.

Featured in this evening’s program is Zach Layton’s Stridulitrum (2013), a composition for strings, bowed electric guitar and insect chorus. Layton is a guitarist, composer, curator, teacher and media artist whose work explores human and non-human sound production techniques, biofeedback, improvisation, indeterminacy and histories of the visual representation of sound and vibration. In Stridulitrum, he incorporates field recordings of crickets and other chirping insects with his string arrangement, creating sonic connections between humanmade music and harmonies found in nature. Also on the program will be Scott Wollschleger’s Outside Only Sound and Darian Thomas’ Floret Ephemera, which also work in concert with ambient sounds of the natural environment

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