The Falcon has never sold a ticket. Not one ever to anyone – not when Pat Metheny played here; not for Chris Thile, who might have sold out Carnegie Hall the night before.
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Friday, Nov. 9: She may have arrived a decade or two too late to have enjoyed the peak of the form, but Colvin’s early records Steady On and A Few Small Repairs are straight-up classics of the genre.
Saturday, Nov. 10: The chamber orchestra could play Mozart and Haydn, and maybe Beethoven, but certainly not Schumann, Brahms and Dvorák. It needed to expand.
Friday, Nov. 2: Mere months after former Sonic Youth bassist and songwriter Kim Gordon led her experimental noise duo Body/Head to the backroom theater at BSP, Sonic Youth’s guitarist, principal songwriter and nominal frontman does the same.
Eula was not at all shy about letting it be known, quite loudly, whether he loved or hated something, aesthetically speaking.
Sunday, Oct. 28: Smith and Belson were legendary experimental filmmakers who met in Berkeley in the late 1940s, and together developed remarkable independent bodies of work in film, painting and recorded sound. Influenced by hermeticism, alchemy and the occult, they were both devotees of Kandinsky’s principles of Non-Objective painting and carried these interests into films. Both were pioneering figures in the development of light shows and psychedelic art.
Opening on Saturday, October 27: Virginia Haggard was an accomplished and interesting woman in her own right who spoke several languages. She was the well-educated daughter of a diplomat and an aspiring artist herself.
Sunday, October 27: The benefit will feature readings and performances by Melissa Auf der Maur, Joe Mama-Nitzberg, Aaron Dessner, Miles Joris-Peyrafitte, Ryan McGinley, Ebon Moss-Bachrach, Elvis Perkins, Chloë Sevigny, Michael Stipe, Brandon Stosuy, Yelena Yemchuk and Jack Walls.
Tuesday-Saturday through October 28: “If you can draw the figure, you can draw anything,” Fox said. “There’s an analogy with music: If you practice scales as a musician, after a while it’s playing you.”
The Tenth Annual Woodstock Invitational Luthiers Showcase will return to the Bearsville Theater complex and other venues around the town over the weekend of October 26-28, bringing an almost magical communion with wood and wires to the region that breathes music and reveres the finest instruments.