The 2019 Look + Listen Festival closes with No Instruments Required, music generated by the human body featuring tap-dance interpretations of minimalist classics and vocal explorations of Depression-era America.
The Bang Group presents experimental tap reinterpretations of Steve Reich’s Clapping Music, Morton Feldman’s For John Cage, and a new work by Pauline Kim Harris written for the company.
And the vocal quartet Quince Ensemble performs new works from their series “This a Changin’ World” with original ballads inspired by Woodie Guthrie and the 1930s Dust Bowl migration of American workers.
The program is paired with innovative domestic designs by The Invisible Dog artist-in-residence Marlo & Isaure.
See the full schedule of the 2019 festival here.
About Look + Listen Festival
The Look + Listen Festival is an annual event dedicated to presenting contemporary music in contemporary art galleries. The Festival seeks to expand and engage audiences by providing a unique opportunity to simultaneously experience a stimulating visual environment for new music and a vibrant aural context for visual art. Both artists and audiences enjoy performances by musicians of the highest caliber, who present a range of new music in some of New York City’s finest art galleries. We are excited to promote and encourage the appreciation of new music created by contemporary voices of our time.
Date + Time
Friday, May 10
The Main Gallery
51 Bergen St.