Thursday, July 9, 2015 - 7:30pm - 9:30pm

Location

1109 5th Avenue, New York, NY 10128 [map]

A forerunner in the expansion of the violin beyond its classical and “wood-bound” tradition, Todd Reynolds electrifies in concert, weaving together composed and improvised segments, and making use of computer technology and digital loops to sculpt his sounds in real time, seamlessly integrating minimalist, pop, Jazz, Indian, African, Celtic and indigenous folk music into his own sonic blend. The violinist of choice for a generation of New York composers, particularly those who trace their influences to the minimalists of downtown New York, this program explores repetition and difference in music for violin and electronics by Bang on a Can co-founders Michael Gordon and David Lang, expressivist/post-minimalist Ingram Marshall, and by Todd Reynolds himself.


The performance corresponds to the Museum’s exhibition Repetition and Difference

$18 General | $15 Students and Seniors | $12 Jewish Museum and Bang on a Can List Members (That Means You!)