Monday, March 19, 2012

Hungry for Something New?

Are you naturally curious? Do you seek out the radical, the unruly, the experimental? Does the avant-garde excite you?  Then you might want to explore the eighth blackbird production of Pierrot lunaire.

We've compiled some interesting information about the program and the ensemble to help you along on this sonic adventure.

eighth blackbird blog
About the Pierrot lunaire project

Arnold Schoenberg conducts Pierrot lunarire (1940) Audio

eighth blackbird: Pierrot Lunaire from Mark DeChiazza on Vimeo.

Links about eighth blackbird:

Arnold Schoenberg Center

About New Music:

Suggested reading:
The Rest is Noise by Alex Ross
Listen to This by Alex Ross

Schedule of eighth blackbird Events:
Monday, March 26
10am                     Lecture/Demonstration (MAC Room 139)

Tuesday, March 27
4 – 6 pm               Open Rehearsal (MAC Mainstage)

Wednesday, March 28
6:30-7:10 pm      PreConcert Lecture provided by Professor Lee R. Kesselman
7:30 pm                Performance
Post MAC Chat  Provided by members of ensemble

We  look forward to having you join us for something 100 years old yet completely new.