CARNEGIE HALL PRESENTS
Wednesday, March 6, 2013 | 7 PM
Neighborhood Concert: So Percussion
575 Walton Avenue (at 149th Street) | Bronx
RSVP required: 718-585-1202
Called an “experimental powerhouse” by the Village Voice, So Percussion creates fascinating music that explores the limits of musical sensation and possibility. Using unexpected instruments like coffee cans, conch shells, and a cactus, the Brooklyn-based quartet ventures out of the box by playing a range of new music by classical composers and popular artists. Whether performing in a concert hall or a rock venue, So Percussion is right at home projecting sheer excitement in its performances, which have been called “astonishing and entrancing” by Billboard magazine.
- WALLY GUNN Double or Nothing
- DAVID LANG Selections from The Woodmans
- JASON TREUTING /JOSH QUILLEN Double Music
- OSCAR BETTISON Apart
- FRED FRITH Small Time
Carnegie Hall presents free concerts in neighborhoods throughout New York City in partnership with local organizations. .