3 hours of Robert Ashley and Alvin Lucier on Friday, May 13th. We’ll be viewing Ashley’s TV opera Perfect Lives, with solo and ensemble pieces by Ashley and Lucier interspersed.
Here’s a photo from our set at Rhoneymeade Fest yesterday.
Like all of our fellow performing arts organizations, Open Music has had to cancel shows and lay low over the last few months. We have recently begun experimenting with options for outdoor performances, and hope to continue those experiences throughout the fall. Please write to Kevin Sims at email@example.com if you would like to be added to our email list.
Our next show will take us back to Webster’s for the playful world of Fluxus.
We open the season this year with a 9-piece band at the Workshop in Centre Hall. We’ll make it into a space lounge, with eight original compositions and arrangements by the band members.
Saturday, September 28, 2019 7:30pm
The Workshop in Centre Hall
375 N. Pennsylvania Ave.
Here it is, the whole show:
Stay tuned for video of our Beckett show!
Here’s our first version of Pamea Z’s Twenty Answers, from last Sunday’s show at the State Theatre Attic.
Here’s the audio from our live soundtrack to the silent film…
Here’s our version of Brecht’s German Mother song, performed at Webster’s Bookstore Cafe in State College, PA, December 9. It comes from our Open Music adaptation of Brecht’s Fear and Misery in the Third Reich.