Still Life explorations with Satoshi Takeishi and Luke DuBois at Issue Project Room

Issue Project Room

February 22nd, Thursday

Satoshi Takeishi in action8pm

10$

The Issue Project Room has moved, and Suzanne Fiol and now Zach Layton, in partnership, are curating ever more interesting musical events at the new space, in fact, IPR is feeling more and more like Brooklyn’s premiere space for listening to creative music. Just visit them to see the calendar and get on that mailing list! Last time, in the old space, Michael Lowenstern, Luke DuBois, Jody Elff, Chris Tignor, Stephan Moore and I had a riotously good time.

I’m so excited to do a first gig in the new space with Satoshi Takeishi. Though we’ve played together over the years, this is a second time for us playing together as a duo, musically at least. Luke DuBois will join us as well, so it’s really a chamber trio of digital violin, percussion and electronics and live video, in true Still Life with Microphone style. (I might even beg Luke for some sound as well) In any case, it’s an experimental evening not to be missed, including a set with cellist Alex Waterman and sound and visual artist Kenta Nagai.

Leave a comment if you’re coming! So I can get all excited to see you…

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One response to “Still Life explorations with Satoshi Takeishi and Luke DuBois at Issue Project Room

  1. Sounds lovely, sorry to miss it. Is that on Friday, Feb 22?

    Hope you saw the eclipse…it was in Virgo!

    p.s I like your new header —

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