This Thursday, Unseen Worlds presents a night of piano music at 15th Street Friends Meetinghouse in Manhattan with composers "Blue" Gene Tyranny and Lubomyr Melnyk, who will each perform full sets.
"Blue" Gene Tyranny's piano work has been well-known in the Downtown New York scene since the 1970s and, proven beautifully in the Lovely Music releases "The Intermediary" and "Take Your Time," has only become more and more revered with each passing year. Over the last 30 years, Lubomyr Melnyk has crafted a massive catalog of artistically demanding and aesthetically beautiful works. Recently, with public admiration from popular musical figures like James Blackshaw and Jim O'Rourke, Melnyk's reputation and fan base is larger than ever.
This event is only his second New York appearance ever and his first in 20 years since he first performed at the Ukrainian Institute in 1989. Other Music has two pairs of tickets to give away to this very special night, and you can enter by emailing email@example.com. They'll notify the two winners this Wednesday.
Thursday, November 12, 7pm
Fifteenth Street Friends Meetinghouse:
15 Rutherford Place (3 Blocks from Union Square), NYC, NY
$15 Advance Tickets
Monday, November 9, 2009
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