Coming Together: Iktus Percussion, Arturo en el Barco & Special Guests
Tuesday, November 16, 2010
8:00pm - 21+
Saint Peter’s Church (map)
Lexington Avenue at 54th Street
New York, NY
An evening of music by Dominic Donato, Levy Lorenzo, Angélica Negrón, and Frederic Rzewski.
Featuring performances by Arturo en el Barco, Iktus Percussion Quartet and special guests:
Shannon Zakarison, narrator
Jacob Teichroew, bass clarinet
David Friend, keyboards
James Moore, banjo
Joshua Lopes, electric guitar
Mark Stewart, electric bass
Bryan Bisordi, drums
Iktus Percussion Quartet:
Reduce, Reuse, Recycle (2010) Dominic Donato
Nothing to Say (2010)* for FM Koala trio, Levy Lorenzo
Arturo en el Barco:
Selections from Angélica Negrón’s
“Let The Sun Shine on Me and Make Me Feel Special” (2009):
A Spoon is a Place
Can We Go Now?
Iktus, Arturo, & Special Guests
Coming Together (1971) Frederic Rzewski
New York, NY – 11/16/10 – Saint Peter’s Church – Coming Together: Iktus Percussion, Arturo en el Barco & Special Guests
You can now download for free three excerpts from the latest Arturo en el Barco work “Let The Sun Shine on Me and Make Me Feel Special” at http://aeeb.bandcamp.com
“Let The Sun Shine on Me and Make Me Feel Special” marks the first undertaking of the newly-reformed Arturo en el Barco. This collection of six new songs explore feelings of isolation, abandonment, longing and desperation through layering of strings, voices, accordions, horns, toys and electronics. The three songs presented here in this demo are an excerpt from the complete work which was recorded live during a performance of the ensemble on January 31st, 2010 at (Le) Poisson Rouge in NYC.
Special thanks to José A. Olivares for mixing the tracks and Leonardo Velázquez for the beautiful artwork!
Also, now you can follow us on twitter at twitter.com/arturoenelbarco
Sunday, January 31, 2010
158 Bleecker St
New York, NY, USA 10012
Redhooker’s CD release party and the Arturo en el Barco ensemble is going to perform the six songs from “Let the Sun Shine on Me and Make Me Feel Special”
Arturo en el Barco will be performing in Redhooker’s CD Release Party this Sunday January 31st at (Le) Poisson Rouge. This show it’s going to be really nice and I can’t wait to play again with everyone!
Friday, November 20, 2009
8:00pm - 21+
16 Main Street
Brooklyn, NY, United States 11201
ARCHIPELAGO: Victoire and Arturo en el Barco
The third night of Archipelago will mark the debut of the newly reformed seven-piece electro-chamber group Arturo en el Barco, which features composer Angelica Negron. The lo-fi ensemble will premiere Negron’s Let the sun shine on me and make me feel special, a collection of six songs that, according to the composer, will “explore feelings of isolation, abandonment, longing and desperation.” November also welcomes Victoire, composer/pianist Missy Mazzoli’s genre-defying quartet, a dreamy, stirring blend of winds, strings, keyboards and lo-fi electronics. Victoire was recently called “so good; a pleasing, accessible entree into the world of pseudo-classical music” (Pitchfork), and will perform a set including tracks from their upcoming release on NewAm in 2010.
When I started Arturo en el Barco five years ago, I originally thought of the project as a live chamber ensemble even though it took the form of a solo endeavor. But now it’s finally happening! We are finally an ensemble. I’m very happy to announce the debut of the new AEEB as part of the great Archipelago Series from New Amsterdam Records. We’ll be playing on Friday Nov. 20th at the lovely Galapagos Arts Space
Missy Mazzoli’s awesome Victoire
You can get tickets for a discounted price at:
https://www.smarttix.com/show.aspx?showcode=NEW170 if you use the discount code: NEWAM
Hope to see you there!
Friday, August 28, 2009
TBD - 21+
1852 West 19th Street
Chicago, IL, United States 60608
Festival de Musica Electronica Latina (FMEL 2009). With Algorithm & Blues, Arturo en el Barco and Manrico Montero. Suggested donation $5.
FMEL 2009 is a space that unites electronic and digital concepts of sound, music and art created by Latin American artists with a global perspective for its fusion and diffusion. As such, the objective of our festival is to expand and enhance Latin American digital culture in Chicago through global cultural connections.
Friday, August 28, 2009
National Museum of Mexican Arts
1852 W. 19th Street
Suggested donation: $5
Arturo en el Barco (NY, Carte Postale/Observatory)
Manrico Montero (MX, Mandorla)
Algorythm & Blues (MX, Static Discos)
Juan Pablo Villegas (MX, Treelike)
I’ve been kind of quiet here but I’ve been working on new songs mostly in my accordion but also including José and Javier in additional instruments. We plan on playing some shows this summer so please keep checking back soon for upcoming shows.