Cellar, Volume 1Recital
Should be considered as an early evening concert, each artist approaching the open stage in turn. Tall windows, greenery blowing outside, legs settling.
Rob Magill’s Living in Specific Worlds is a musical tape collage piece, with a string trio section stitched into the middle.
Alec Livaditis performs solo cello improvisations.
Two lovely vibraphone works of New York composer Michael Vincent Waller are featured.
Then a brief intermission (with espresso served).
Celia Hollander’s $3.33 project next explores the breadth of the piano; rolling and dancing.
Salon, by James Rushford & Joe Talia – closes out the night. As fog resting in the room, slowly dissipating.