Next week I will be in Brooklyn to perform live visuals at a new music concert. This is a great program put together by Wil Smith that premiered at the New Music Miami Festival in January. I highly recommend you come if you’re in New York City, to hear what young composers are doing with the pipe organ and to see what I’ve done to interpret some of that music with artwork projected onto the pipes of the organ.
WHAT: Music at First Series presents Corey Dargel, Wil Smith and Nathan Selikoff
WHEN: Friday, March 16, 7:30 p.m.
WHERE: First Presbyterian Church (Brooklyn Heights)
124 Henry St, Brooklyn, NY 11201
2/3 to Clark St.; A/C to High St.; R/4/5 to Borough Hall
ADMISSION: $10 (at the door; no advance tickets)
About Music at First Series
Music at First is a monthly new music series that takes place at First Presbyterian Church in Brooklyn Heights. Curated by composer Wil Smith who co-directs the series with Meg Wilhoite, the series strives to present active, unique artists who primarily perform music either written by or for them, or by composers with whom they have a close collaborative relationship. Concerts take place monthly at First Presbyterian Church and begin at 7:30pm with a $10 admission.
Meg Wilhoite, media relations
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