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CURRENT ART EXHIBITION

Jacob Cartwright
Harmonic Canon

Jacob Cartwright
Harmonic Canon

with music by
Sam Ospovat's Expressive Olympics
opening May 16, 6pm

exhibition information
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Gallery open before and during all concerts and by appointment



UPCOMING PERFORMANCES

Apām Napāt



Apām Napāt (آپام نپات) is a trio by Iranian pianist, violinist and singer Saman Samadi, clarinetist and saxophonist Blaise Siwula, and buchla-player Hans Tammen.

The ensemble presents a set of solos, duos, and trios that draw connections between their musical backgrounds. Using Persian modes and poems as well as a structured and recognizable yet free impulsive interaction between the instruments, they set parallel narratives in motion, occasionally intersecting but always accompanying one another. The trio released their recording Apām Napāt (آپام نپات) in 2016.

Apām Napāt = son of waters, the source of waters, divinity of water, the supreme god of creation

July 7, 8:30pm



The Thicket



July 14, 8pm



Chris DiMeglio



July 18, 8pm



Maryanne DeProphetis
and Dean Johnson
Dori Levine Tio



July 20, 7pm



Patricia Cardona (flute) and Amanda Zook (piano)
FLAUTA LATINA



July 21, 8pm



British Bridges
July 28, 8pm



Anthony Coleman (piano)
Nick Dunston (Bass)
August 4, 8pm



Ryan Messina
August 25



Nick Lyons
September 16, 8pm


The Azerbaijan A/V Club
Bushwick Open Studios
September 28, 8pm






In memory of
Connie Crothers



REVIEWS

Secret Opera explores the lives of two famous female characters, uninterrupted
New York Classical Review
She, After at Scholes Street Studio
by George Grella
July 27, 2014



Stravinsky or Ska? You Call the Shots

New York Times Review of Shuffle Concert at Scholes Street Studio
by Anand Giridharadas
March 6, 2014

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