On Tuesday January 13th 2015 @ 7.30pm Lisa Moore will perform the works on her new solo CD Mad Rush – featuring the music of Philip Glass (SCROLL DOWN)
Coincidentally on the same day Mad Rush will be officially released on Orange Mountain Music and into the world, at the venue and on line*
The show takes place at (le) poisson rouge in New York City – launching the LPR (New) Classical Series.
Program Mad Rush, Metamorphosis, Etude no.2, Satyagraha Conclusion Act 3 and Closing
Reflection by Lisa Moore “The piano music of Philip Glass is hypnotic, timeless, clear and beautiful. As a performer the possibilities for creating colors in Philip’s music are infinite – his melodies, sonorous harmonies and formal structures allow room for individual interpretation and expression. Back in 2006, while on tour with Philip Glass and the Bang on a Can All-Stars, I began to feel a growing connection to Glass – both as a person and composer of universal, mesmerizing, ritualistic music. I was moved and began to study and perform his works in my own solo shows. During the summer of 2014 Orange Mountain Music (Glass’ official label) offered me the chance to record a CD featuring the classic Glass piano repertoire. My January 13 night at (le) poisson rouge will be the official release and launch of this recording – it’s called Mad Rush. Please join me to witness and celebrate the birth of this OMM recording” (LM)
Venue (le) poisson rouge, 158 Bleecker St, New York City
Ph: (212) 505-FISH
Tickets click HERE
Tickets $15 standing $20 seating
Time 6.30 doors, 7.30 show
Buy or pre-order your copy of Lisa's Mad Rush
*Amazon click HERE
*itunes click HERE
2 thoughts on “Mad Rush – LPR Jan.13th – Lisa Moore”
I haven’t heard much about what PG is working on now. What are some of his current projects, such as future operas or other works?
Hi Steve, here you are some information from Monterey County Weekly article on Philip Glass Monterrey Lifetime Achievement Award:
He’s in the midst of working on the third and final movement of a double concerto for two pianos to premier in Los Angeles in May. And he’s working on a rewrite of his Appomattox opera.
“Godfrey’s working on a new movie. It’s very much about the environment, conservation, think tanks. It’s a fairy tale for kids. I have a film, Appomattox. In three years I have an 80th birthday coming up. I have to get ready for that. It’s a good thing I’m young and strong. This is no time to slow down.”