George Antheil: Fourth Sonata (Wergo Records 6664-2)
John Adams: China Gates (recorded in The Hague)
Landscapes Series: Podcasts about America!
Piano and voice recitals with soprano Rayanne Dupuis:
Ernst H. Papier retrospective in Paris December 2017
éspace.sonore previews winter 2018 in The Hague
William Bolcom show with Rayanne Dupuis in tryouts
More Ballet mécanique coming up in 2018:
Dada in Berlin and at the Magdeburg Film Festival in April 2018
Dada at the Movies in Canada & NYC (tour) autumn 2018
performance by Guy Livingston at Tufts University: Ballet mécanique, the amazing masterpiece by composer George Antheil, a work which defined 1920's Paris and the Lost Generation...written for 16 player pianos, and massive amounts of percussion. This new version, arranged by Guy Livingston, is for solo piano and electronics.
Weekly Broadcast on ConcertZender Radio:
CD of the week from Norman Lebrecht — 4 stars from Fono Forum — or you could read a horrible review of Guy's new Antheil CD:
And listen to a radio show on France Musique: all about Guy and his new CD: Antheil the Futurist, appearing on Bruno Letort's show, Tapage Nocturne (podcast in French on itunes) and also on Der CD Tipp (itunes podcast in German). Buy the CD on Amazon.com or Amazon.fr or listen on Spotify or iTunes.
Video by Guy Livingston/Newt Hinton. Soundtrack by Oliver Schneller.
And, don't forget to listen to the Henry Cowell documentary about this very unusual American composer, by Guy Livingston, which was broadcast on Radio National (Australian Broadcasting Corporation). Download the teaser podcast or the credits here. Or click here to listen to the entire documentary in streaming audio (the tiny link is on the upper left of the screen).
pop-up installations in New York City and the Haagse Bos this summer!
video projects in progress...
group show in Venice, autumn 2018