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Evan Ziporyn at LPR tonight, BAM & Carnegie Hall in October

by Andrew Frisicano

Evan Ziporyn
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Just a reminder that Laurie Anderson‘s Delusion is still at BAM through this week (minus Monday, Sept 27). The show is definitely worth a look.

Since Laurie has the night off, tonight (9/27) is a good chance to see her Next Wave compatriot and Bang on a Can All-Star Evan Ziporyn, whose “A House in Bali” runs October 14-16 at BAM Opera House. Evan is at LPR tonight, where he duets with violinist Todd Reynolds and presents his composition “Typical Music,” being performed by Todd, pianist Vicky Chow and cellist Ashley Bathgate. are on sale.

The same month of the opera, Evan will have a night at Carnegie Hall as part of their Making Music series (the performers include Brad Lubman and Signal, Gamelan Galak Tika, clarinetist David Krakauer and pianist Vicky Chow). Tickets for that October 30th show are on sale.

Video of some of Evan’s pieces (and one of his BoaC compositions on Rock Band) are below…

Typical Music at le poisson rouge

A House in Bali

Rock Band 2 – RBN – Bang on a Can All-Stars/Evan Ziporyn – Shadowbang (Head) – Expert Bass (FCGS)

Evan Ziporyn “Tire Fire” Part 1 Rehearsal

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