Taking place at Culture Project in the East Village, are three performances featuring all-female musicians which ran
Tuesday, Jan 15 7:30 pm: Rose & the Nightingale
Tuesday, Jan 15 10:00 pm: Flutronix
Saturday, Jan 26, 7:30 pm: Nadje Noordhuis & Jo Lawry
Tuesday, Jan 15: Rose & the Nightingale
7:00 pm Doors
Rose & the Nightingale is four powerful New York based multi-instrumentalists and improvisers: Jody Redhage (voice, cello, compositions), Leala Cyr (voice, trumpet), Sara Caswell (violin, mandolin), & Laila Biali (voice, piano). The band’s warm sound of three part vocal harmonies, intricate arrangements, and burning solos has proven to cut through to a deeper level of connection with audiences. http://roseandtheni
Tuesday, Jan 15: Flutronix
9:30 pm Doors
Nathalie Joachim and Allison Loggins- Hull are Flutronix, a critically acclaimed pair of fresh and eclectic flutists who are paving the way from their classical roots to the future of music. Their original compositions, described by NewMusicBox as “equally indebted to and comfortable in several musical lineages,” navigate daring forms of popular, experimental, and contemporary classical music while implementing electronics and digital effects. http://flutronix.com/
Saturday, Jan 26: Nadje Noordhuis CD Release Party
7:00 pm Doors
Australian-born trumpeter/composer Nadje Noordhuis celebrates the release of her long-awaited self-titled album. Combining cinematic sweep, transportive emotion, and rich melodic grandeur, Noordhuis possesses one of the most unforgettably lyrical voices in modern music. She was one of ten semi-finalists in the 2007 Thelonious Monk International Jazz Trumpet Competition and was selected as a Carnegie Hall Young Artist to undertake a weeklong residency with trumpet great Dave Douglas in 2010. She will be joined by fellow Aussie and accomplished singer, Jo Lawry. Join these two Aussies as we celebrate Australia Day on January 26th! Every ticket purchase includes a complimentary digital copy of Nadje’s self-titled record!
Shows are presented by Kaplan Music & Entertainment and T Presents and will be held at Culture Project (45 Bleecker, at Lafayette). Click the links above for ticket information.
About Kaplan Music & Entertainment
Brothers Marc and Steven Kaplan are music entrepreneurs and lifelong lovers of the arts. With Marc’s background in music education and Steven’s background in business, the two decided to combine their talents and interests to create Kaplan Music and Entertainment, an incubator for ideas known and unknown. The company’s first venture is SubCulture, a performing arts and event space opening in 2013 in the subterranean space of the Culture Project Theater at 45 Bleecker St. in downtown Manhattan. With SubCulture, Marc and Steven hope to share their passion for art in all its many facets through a diverse range of performances and programs.