New work for solo piano. 2005. Colour video with live piano. 60:00

EMILY MANZO. [piano]
PAUL ROWLEY. [video
]

PERFORMANCE at THE STONE
New York City
30TH
NOVEMBER 2005

Curated by Jim O'Rourke

A collaboration between pianist Emily Manzo and Paul Rowley performed at The Stone.

Emily played a selection of works for piano and toy piano, accompanied by live video elements created in response to the music. The program included works for solo piano by John Cage (Dream, In a Landscape, Suite for Toy Piano), Morton Feldman (Piano PIece 1952, Extensions 3), Eve Beglarian (Play Nice), and Helmut Lachenmann (Filter Swing, Shadow Dance).

The videos were created at a recent residency at The Experimental Television Center in New York. Using the proprietary video system at the Center, Paul created a library of elements which was edited edand manipulated live during the performance.

EMILY MANZO Pianist Emily Manzo has won numerous awards and acclaim throughout the U.S. for her interpretation of new music. She has premiered the works of John Luther Adams, Kyle Gann, Susie Ibarra, Rob Reich, and Mary Halvorson, among others. Emily currently resides in New York where she performs regularly as a classical solo and chamber musician, and as a keyboardist and singer in an alternative country band and a psychadelic folk group. Emily is also a founding member of Till by Turning, a new music ensemble dedicated to developing educational resources for new music.