MakeMusicNewYork is a live, free musical celebration on June 21, the longest day of the year, with over 1,000 concerts on streets, sidewalks, and parks across the five boroughs. For this year’s MakeMusicNY MASS APPEAL, we’re looking for performers of circuit bent instruments, noise makers and smartphones. Conducted by Hans Tammen, this Third Eye Make Music NY Orchestra uses Earle Brown’s open form composition idea as a starting point to create a large multi-movement piece.
[Jun 21 2013] MakeMusicNY: Hans Tammen’s Third Eye CircuitBent Orchestra
Where and When: CultureFix Bar & Gallery, 9 Clinton St New York, NY 10002
Workshop/Preparation Friday June 21 2013, 12 noon, Performance 1pm
As part of MakeMusicNY’s MassAppeal: http://makemusicny.org/schedule/#!/feature/mass-appeal
MakeMusicNewYork is a live, free musical celebration on June 21, the longest day of the year, with over 1,000 concerts on streets, sidewalks, and parks across the five boroughs: http://makemusicny.org/schedule/#!/feature
Hans Tammen’s Third Eye Make Music NY Orchestra uses Earle Brown’s open form composition idea as a starting point to create a large multi-movement piece, performed by an ensemble of circuit bent instrument, noise maker and smartphone performers. Players need to be on time at noon to get ready for the performance.
See concept here: http://tammen.org/third-eye-laptop-orchestra/ – Contact Hans Tammen for more details and to register (we need to know how many people will show up!): firstname.lastname@example.org
Bring your instrument and join one of 22 massive concerts!
Mass Appeal is back for a fifth year, giving New Yorkers without groups of their own a chance to take part in the music-making, by bringing together hundreds of musicians to play pieces written for single types of instruments. From the rusty cellist to the professional toy piano player, all are welcome to join these epic events, all taking place outdoors on Friday, June 21st. Mass Appeal is made possible in part with public funds from the Fund for Creative Communities, supported by New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature and administered by Lower Manhattan Cultural Council.