Horse Morsel
in the Park

Here at ASM, we know that you have many options when it comes to listening to free shows outside on a beautiful Tuesday afternoon in NYC, so on behalf of–

wait a damn minute, no you don't!

OK, well maybe during Make Music New York you have a lot more options than you usually do.

Yes, that one day of the year when the bleary-eyed and starving new music ensembles, their skin translucent from diets of water and day jobs, emerge from the unseen Morlockian subculture to mince about the playground of the Eloi for your entertainment, ASM too will be preening and burping like so many haughty academics.

Except this year, we have a special treat: Hear your favorite pieces in acoustic stereo and live bi-stereo sound! In a garden! On the upper west side!

Say goodbye to sitting around some boring old concert hall, hearing in boring old stereo. With your boring old ears. Say hello to enjoying live, simultaneous, physically separated spatial music – years before your kids will be plugging mini USB 5.0 cables into their auditory ports to listen to 3DTunes in VR every night.

WELCOME... TO THE FUTURE! (in a garden).

Tuesday, June 21, 2016 at 7-8 PM
La Perla Garden

76 West 105th St between Columbus Ave and Manhattan Ave
New York, NY 10025

part of Make Music New York

Featuring performances of

ED ROSENBERG - horse-morsel from beyond for any solo saxophone
ED ROSENBERG - Clarinet duets: Mother, Thunder, Lightning
CHARLES WATERS - Mass Musics for solo instrument
CHARLES WATERS - La Perla duets

by space/time-traveling multireedists Jeff Hudgins, Erin Rogers, Ed RosenBerg, and Charles Waters.

This program is supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, in partnership with the City Council, and in part with public funds from the New York State Council on the Arts, a state agency. Which is basically to say – your tax dollars at work. Yeah, frightening isn't it?

mmmm, horse morsel.

Past Performances: