Terry Riley with Tracy Silverman
October 12, 2012; 7:30 p.m.; Gallery BRSVP on Facebook
Programmed by Sarah Cahill
RE@DS: Lyn Hejinian & Yosefa Raz 5:30
An annual favorite since the beginning of L@TE, pioneering composer-pianist Terry Riley performs his open-ended solo piano compositions and improvisations with occasional raga vocals. The program includes Requiem for Wally as well as other sections of Night Music and The Universal Bridge. Terry's special guest is electric six-string violinist Tracy Silverman, who earlier this year received triumphant standing ovations at Carnegie Hall for his performances of Riley’s The Palmian Chord Ryddle with the Nashville Symphony Orchestra. Riley and Silverman will improvise a new work as we listen.
Piano generously provided by Piedmont Piano Company. Sound system generously provided by Meyer Sound.
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