An Enchanted Evening of Music

Friday, May 01, 2009

Terrance McKnight and David Garland brought Evening Music to the new Greene Space stage Thursday night with live performances by some of the brightest lights of the classical, contemporary and new music scenes today: Simone Dinnerstein, Don Byron, Jason Moran, Ute Lemper, John Zorn, and Nico Muhly as well as ensembles Face The Music!, Brooklyn Rider, and the St. Ignatius Loyola Choir.

Hour one:

Pianist Simone Dinnerstein, pianist Uri Caine, pianist Uri Caine with Don Byron on clarinet, singer Alicia Hall Moran with Jason Moran on piano, the ensemble Face the Music!.

Hour two:

Singer Ute Lemper

Hour three:

Bass René Pape with Brian Zeger on piano, John Zorn, saxophone, Polygraph Lounge (Mark Stewart and Rob Schwimmer) with guest Elliott Sharp on bass clarinet.

Hour four:

Brooklyn Rider, St Ignatius Loyola Choir with Kent Tritle conducting, Nico Muhly with Nadia Sirota.

Photos by Scott Ellison Smith

Host Terrance McKnight
Host David Garland
Uri Caine with Simone Dinnerstein
Uri Caine
Ute Lemper
Ute Lemper speaks with Terrance McKnight
Face the Music
Face the Music
René Pape
René Pape
Jason Moran
Alicia Hall Moran
Choir of St. Ignatius Loyola


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Comments [2]


I loved watching the show when you had S. Dinnerstein et al., but I started watching midway and so missed the beginning. HOW DO I GET TO SEE THE VIDEO? The audio is good, but the video must be better.

May. 03 2009 08:00 PM

Hey, if you’re interested in seeing a preview of Ute Lemper check out the YouTube Channel
You May also want to check out her new album “Between Yesterday and Tomorrow”

May. 02 2009 07:53 AM

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