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The International Street Cannibals present a new concert, &, on March 16th, 8:30PM, at the main space of St Mark's in-the-Bowery, 131 East 10th Street, NYC
(Published: February 11, 2011)

With superb reviews of their new CDs (on the Composers Concordance/NAXOS label), the International Street Cannibals will be joined by soloists Taka Kigawa (piano), Lynn Bechtold (violin), and Eric Edberg (cello), for an electro-acoustic and multi-genre concert event. & will bring together new compositions, classical works, and show tunes, with stunning correlatives: juggling, tap dance, beat boxing, devil stick performance, body percussion, and contemporary and improvisational dance.

The titles of the works to be performed reflect the theme of &: Aubade and Diurne, Sex and Death, Night and Day, Death and the Maiden, and Prelude and Fugue (Shostakovich).

& will feature works by Hoagy Carmichael, Dan Cooper, Franz Hackl, Lutoslawski, Daniel Palkowski, Cole Porter, Gene Pritsker, Schubert, Shostokovich, Carl Maria Von Weber, and Michael Wolf; texts by Jack Kerouac and Theodore Roethke (Gene Pritsker's Sex and Death).

ISC ensemble performers for &: Dan Barrett - cello, Lynn Bechtold - violin, Andrew Broaddus - dance, Ben Coffield - devil sticks, Charles Coleman - baritone, Dan Cooper - 7-string electric bass, Dmitri Dover - piano, Eric Edberg - cello, Julie Fotheringham - dance, Franz Hackl - trumpet, Jill Jaffe - viola, Pedro Jimenez - dance, Michael Karas - juggler, Taka Kigawa - piano, Anya Migdal - vocals, Amanda Mottur - dance, Lynn Norris - soprano, Max Pollak - tapdance/narrator/body-percussion, Gene Pritsker - electric guitar, Megan Sipe - dance, Michiyo Suzuki - clarinet, Linda Wetherill - flute, Keve Wilson - oboe, and Michael Wolf - piano.

ISC stage managers - Tyler Learned and Sasha Santiago; Director of Dance - Megan Sipe; AV Directors - Dan Palkowski and Astrid Steiner.

Instrumental soloists featured in & will be Lynn Bechtold (violin), Taka Kigawa (piano), and Eric Edberg (cello).

Admission, $15.
For reservations or more information contact ISC at WotansFarewell@aol.com, SoundLiberation@nyc.rr.com, 212-961-0357 or 646-522-9442.

More Information: http://www.streetcannibals.com/

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