Bang on a Can: Revolution of the Eye


Thursday, May 14, 2015
7:30 – 9 pm
Scheuer Auditorium

Featuring Bang on a Can All-Stars

This concert highlights the relationship between music and image. The Bang on a Can All-Stars will perform an acclaimed work by clarinetist-composer Don Byron to accompany a screening of Eugene, an early television show by pioneering American comedian Ernie Kovacs. The program will also include Fade to Slide, a music and video piece from Bang on a Can’s brand new CD Field Recordings by visual artist Christian Marclay where short fragments of films are edited into a rapid succession of events that the musicians use as a structure for their performance. Plus works from the All-Stars’ core repertoire by Bang on a Can co-founders David Lang and Julia Wolfe.

The performance corresponds to the Museum’s exhibition Revolution of the Eye: Modern Art and the Birth of American Television.

Don Byron: Eugene with film of Ernie Kovacs

Don Byron: Basquiat

Christian Marclay: Fade to Slide with film

David Lang: Sunray

Julia Wolfe: Lick

$18 General | $15 Students and Seniors | $12 Jewish Museum and Bang on a Can List Members

Bang on a Can All-Stars

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