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The New York Composer’s Orchestra

Tuesday, December 8, 1987. 9:00 pm
New works for the sixteen-ish piece jazz orchestra by composers Wayne Horvitz, Robin Holcomb, and Marty Ehrlich. The New York Composers […]

The New York Composer’s Orchestra

Monday, December 7, 1987. 9:00 pm
New works for the sixteen-ish piece jazz orchestra by composers Wayne Horvitz, Robin Holcomb, and Marty Ehrlich. The New York Composers […]

Phil Minton

Sunday, December 6, 1987. 9:00 pm
A vocalist with bio-geometric talents in duos with the polymorphous drummer Roger Turner, from London. Phil Minton┬ácomes from Torquay in the […]

Jim Staley

Saturday, December 5, 1987. 9:00 pm
The trombonist with one of his mumbos jumbo: vocalist Shelley Hirsch and drummer Samm Bennett. Staley is an accomplished trombonist and […]

Wally Shoup / David Watson

Friday, December 4, 1987. 9:00 pm
Two groups: sax player from Seattle,Wally Shoup, with Charlie Rowan and Paul Hoskin plus New Zealand guitarist, David Watson, with Ushio […]

Nicolas Collins

Thursday, December 3, 1987. 9:00 pm
Playing “100 of the world’s most beautiful melodies” with his spurious trombone, Guy Klucevsek, Anthony Coleman, George Lewis, […]

Marty Ehrlich

Wednesday, December 2, 1987. 9:00 pm
“Fractured Vernacular and Extended Interactions” with Wayne Horvitz, piano; Anthony Cox, bass; and the composer’s woodwinds. […]

Michael Lytle / Cinnie Cole

Tuesday, November 24, 1987. 9:00 pm
Lyrical free solos won bass clarinet and a free trio with lyrics, using banjo, flute, voice, drums, synth, David Garland and Ikue Mori. MICHAEL […]

Anna Homler & David Moss

Monday, November 23, 1987. 9:00 pm
Performer/vocalist who finds and sings lost languages with percussion/singer in collaboration with the edge of meaning. ANNA HOMLER, is a vocal, […]

Larry Polansky

Sunday, November 22, 1987. 9:00 pm
Showing new works for various ensembles and live interactive computer-fueled audio nourishments. Larry Polansky (b. 1954) is a composer, […]