Eryc Taylor Dance, Photo: Nikola Bradonjic
Eryc Taylor Dance, Photo: Nikola Bradonjic
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RECESS Summer Salon Series by Jonah Bokaer Arts Foundation

RECESS Summer Salon Series by Jonah Bokaer Arts Foundation

Company:

Jonah Bokaer Arts Foundation

Location:

Jonah Bokaer Arts Foundation

Dates:

Wednesday, July 25, 2018 - 7:30pm

Tickets:

http://jonahbokaer.net/

Jonah Bokaer Arts Foundation

RECESS
Summer Salon Series
15th Anniversary 
Wednesday, July 25th
7:30pm - 9:00pm


Art & Social Justice
Alec Goldfarb & James Koroni


Artists in Residence, James Koroni [A-I-R Program Cycle 2], and Alec Goldfarb [Founder's Residency Cycle 2] will present their collaborative work Leviathan.
Leviathan is based on James' depiction of marine plastic pollution and completed by Alec's score.

Program:

Alec Goldfarb’s Laughing Coffin
Laughing Coffin is a new music ensemble dedicated to integrating composition and improvisation with puzzle-box rhythms and a 'transgressive' noise aesthetic. Laughing Coffin is comprised of Nick Dunston, Davy Lazar, Xavier Del Castillo, Yuma Uesaka, and Alec Goldfarb.

Pulse Induction 
Pulse Induction is a trio comprised of Jon Elbaz, Steven Crammer, Alec Goldfarb.

Leviathan
Alec is composing an original score to a new work by James Koroni, entitled Leviathan. They will present an exclusive excerpt of this work, for the first time in New York.

Alec Goldfarb / Steven Crammer-Dhrupad
After years of study under Pandit Anupam Shobhakar, Alec has developed the language of the senia beenkar/senia maihar gharana on a western guitar. A brief classical performance: after a brief alap, he will be joined by Steven Crammer on Tabla.

 

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