(IN)VISIBLE:
A DOCUMENTARY OPERA


UPCOMING EVENTS

FREE SPEECH ZONE
TOUR 2005


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~ UPCOMING EVENTS ~

January - April, 2007 - a four-concert series
with Composers Collaborative


featuring new works for string trio by Judd Greenstein,
John Halle, and Missy Mazzoli

with Sarah Chalfy, soprano; Benjamin Russell, violin;
Miranda Sielaff, viola; and Peter Anderegg, cello

January 8, 2007, at 8:30 pm
Cornelia Street Cafe
Grosse Tugunden - Judd Greenstein

Feburary 12, 2007, at 8:30 pm
Cornelia Street Cafe
Alabanza - John Halle

March 12, 2007, at 8:30 pm
Cornelia Street Cafe
Lies You Can Believe In - Missy Mazzoli

April 4, 2007, at 7:30 pm
Gallerie Icosahedron
all three string trios
along with selections from David T. Little's
Songs of Love, Death, Friends and Government
and a new work by Jed Distler


May 12, 2007 - 7:00 pm -
70 North 6th Street, Williamsburg, Brooklyn




Free Speech Zone presents three sets of music that each explore themes of the personal and the political. The program will include the
Newspeak Ensemble in their final NYC show of the year, with music by David T. Little, Judd Greenstein, Oscar Bettison, and other acclaimed young composers exploring social and historical issues; Nashville-based composer/pianist/vocalist Marcin Bela, bringing his blend of Eastern European, cabaret, jazz and classical music blend to New York, joining NOW Ensemble for a set of songs about dissidents from throughout the past; and massey, in a set of songs from his recent CD release "sexy/violent girls/war" and his upcoming release "the new austerity".


February, 2008 - venue TBA
New York, NY
(in)visible: a documentary opera

Music by Judd Greenstein, David T. Little, and Missy Mazzoli
Film by Stephen Taylor
Libretto by Anne Waldman and Farnoosh Fathi