For his worldwide debut album release Music In Pluralism, Brooklyn-based composer William Zuckerman and his ensemble Symphony Z were invited by the Tribeca New Music Festival to perform the work at Merkin Concert Hall in April 2012. His ensemble dedicated to playing his repertoire, Symphony Z, described as “innovative” by DOWNTOWN Magazine NYC, has since been featured on the Xlassical Series at the Bowery Poetry Club and in Battery Park on the Make Music New York Festival. Catch William and Symphony Z performing Music In Pluralism Sunday night, August 26th at New York City’s Dixon Place for the closing night of the Lower East Side Music Festival.
LISTEN: Birth from Music In Pluralism
Anne Dearth, Flute; Sangwon Lee, Clarinet; Paul Feeny, Bass Clarinet; Daniel Hawthorne-Foss, Alto Saxophone; Jonathan Hulting-Cohen, Tenor Saxophone; Asaf Peres, Electric Guitar; Joseph Lucas, Electric Bass; Timothy Krippner, Piano; Timothy Steeves, Violin; Jamie Liu, Violin; Josh Holcomb, Viola; Rainer Eudeikis, Cello; Daniel McDonald, Drum-Set; Subaram Raman, Conductor; Rishi Daftuar and William Zuckerman, Recording Producers