Bridging experimental sound, orchestral music and pop hooks, the Brooklyn Philharmonic’s artistic director, Alan Pierson, conducts an evening of Brooklyn’s most adventurous new music, by Samuel Adams, Matt Marks, and Tyondai Braxton.
From the lo-fi bedroom recordings of singer/guitarist Peter Silberman to the electronic-minded aquatic soundscapes of their 2012 EP Undersea, The Antlers create music that keeps moving forward, expansive and entrancing. Chairlift’s kaleidoscopic pop layers tones from manic to brooding, from pastoral to anthemic.
I live for adventure! I've been in rock bands, movies, plays and on TV. I adore animals, motorcycles get my heart racing and I also have a passion for sushi and ice cream (not at the same time). I was the Queen of the 31st Occasional Pasadena Doo Dah Parade. I am also a professional belly dancer (swords are my speciality), a Polynesian/Tahitian dance student and a full-time journalist. Here, I'll share some of my life- who I meet and where I go in the music scene, as well as music news, and any other intriguing people, places and things I come across. **PLEASE NOTE: Here I will also post excerpts from press releases I receive with information on upcoming entertainment events and news.** Welcome and keep on rockin'!
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