On Monday, December 16 at 7:30PM, Notice Recordings presents at Green Kill LCollective (BKLYN), featuring Teodora Stepančić, Jesse Greenberg, Assaf Gidron, Douglas Farrand, along with Gary Lindroff, Sarah Hennies, Michael Bisio.
10 dollars at door or by reservation using the link above. BYOB. Seating limited to 45. Soft drinks and snacks available at Ozubar.
LCollective is a group of musicians and artists based in Brooklyn. We come from different countries and backgrounds and share a commitment to programming and performing music that we love in open, inclusive and collaborative settings. We value art that creates spaces for intimate and introspective experiences and brings people together to explore new ways of participation and organization.
LCollective organizes events in New York, New Jersey and beyond. Recent projects include regular participation in the Piano+ concert series in Brooklyn, performances at DogStar Orchestra 15 in Los Angeles and Klangraum 2019 in Düsseldorf, a retrospective of experimental music and film by LA-based artist Madison Brookshire in New York, and concerts and recordings with Germaine Sijstermans and Gabriela Areal in the Netherlands. Upcoming projects include a US northeast tour in 2020, the launch of our record label Love Records.
Teodora Stepančić is a composer, pianist and curator, founder of Piano+ and Shared Space concert series in Brooklyn, and core member of Netherlands based ensemble Modelo 62.
Jesse Greenberg is a Queens-based percussionist, keyboardist, composer, and arts educator. He performs with the troubadour-inspired trio Zamler-Carhart/Rau/Greenberg, as a soloist, and as a glassy ruckus. He is the founding percussionist and composer-in-residence with ensemble ShoutHouse.
Assaf Gidron is a composer, musician and sound designer. Originally from Tel Aviv, Assaf lived in the UK and the Netherlands before moving to Brooklyn where he writes and performs music, works in film sound, runs the Big Family Audio Co. studio and uploads images to the @moreshapes Instagram page. He collaborates regularly with director Lior Shamriz and Spektakulativ Pictures.
Douglas Farrand is a composer and musician living in Newark NJ and working in Orange NJ on a number of projects at the intersection of experimental music, popular education, and place-based organizing. He is concerned with developing practices that invite us to explore our myriad processes of listening and embody a collective investigation of place, community, and personhood.
About Gary Lindorff
Gary Lindorff is an artist, dream worker, poet, and therapist, integrating Jungian teachings. He lives in Vermont with his wife and two cats.
About Sarah Hennies
Sarah Hennies (b. 1979, Louisville, KY) is a composer based in upstate New York whose work is concerned with a variety of musical, sociopolitical, and psychological issues including queer & trans identity, love, intimacy, psychoacoustics, and percussion. She is primarily a composer of small chamber works, but is also active in improvisation, film, performance art, and dance. She presents her work internationally as both a composer and percussionist with notable performances at Le Guess Who (Utrecht), Festival Cable (Nantes), send + receive (Winnipeg), O’ Art Space (Milan), The OBEY Convention (Halifax), Cafe Oto (London), ALICE (Copenhagen), and the Edition Festival (Stockholm). As a composer, she has received commissions across a wide array of performers and ensembles including Bearthoven, Bent Duo, Cristian Alvear, Claire Chase, R. Andrew Lee (Denver), LIMINAR, Thin Edge New Music Collective, Two-Way Street, and Yarn/Wire.
Her ground breaking audio-visual work Contralto (2017) explores transfeminine identity through the elements of “voice feminization” therapy, featuring a cast of transgender women accompanied by a dense and varied musical score for string quartet and three percussionists. The work has been in high demand since its premiere, with numerous performances taking place around North America, Europe, and Australia and was one of four finalists for the 2019 Queer|Art Prize.
She is the recipient of a 2019 Foundation for Contemporary Arts Grants to Artists Award, a 2016 fellowship in music/sound from the New York Foundation for the Arts, and has received additional support from New Music USA, the New York State Council on the Arts, and the Community Arts Partnership of Tompkins County.
Sarah is currently a Visiting Assistant Professor of Music at Bard College.
About Michael Bisio
Michael Bisio, bassist/composer, has eighty five recordings in his discography, twenty four of these aresplit evenly between leader/co-leader, ten of them document his extraordinary association with modern piano icon Matthew Shipp. Michael has been called a poet, a wonder and one of the most virtuosic and imaginative performers on the double bass. Nate Chinen in the New York Times writes : “The physicality of Mr. Bisio’s bass playing puts him in touch with numerous predecessors in the avant-garde, but his expressive touch is distinctive;…”As a composer Michael has been awarded nine grants and an Artist Trust Fellowship.
Collaborators include Matthew Shipp, Joe McPhee, Charles Gayle, Connie Crothers, Whit Dickey, Ivo Perelman, Barbara Donald, Newman Taylor Baker, Rob Brown, Sonny Simmons and Sabir Mateen.
About Green Kill
Green Kill is a multi-use performance space dedicated to a diverse and growing creative community. Green Kill’s mission is to create artistic opportunities through peer to peer organization of talented and dedicated visual, performing and literary artists.
Find out how you can support green kill here: https://greenkill.org/2019/07/12/please-support-green-kill/
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