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About This Performance
Bridging experimental sound, orchestral music and pop hooks, the Brooklyn Philharmonic’s celebrated new artistic director conducts an evening of Brooklyn’s most adventurous new music. Central Market was the 2009 break-through album for Tyondai Braxton, a conceptually and sonically big, multi-movement work by an artist who often works alone or with the prog-rock band Battles, but here enlisting an orchestra.
The premiere of a “mini-opera” by Matt Marks, who describes his first album, The Little Death: Vol. 1, as a “post-Christian, nihilist pop opera.”
Samuel Adams’ blues-inspired Tension Studies, for electric guitars and percussion
This concert incudes adult language.
Programs, artists, dates, prices and availability subject to change.
Upbeat Live: pre-concert talks
This program is supported in part of a grant from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation
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