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Eavesdropping: Dance

  • Location:
    The Tank, 151 West 46th Street (b/t 6th and 7th Ave) 8th floor, New York, NY, 10036

Eavesdropping: Dance
Apertures, created by Naoko Maeshiba and Andrew Hayleck
Thursday 12/27/2012 7:00 pm
$10 Advance
$12 At the door

New York, NY- Composer and curator Guy Barash's new music series Eavesdropping closes its third year of adventurous modern programming with Apertures. It returns to The Tank to present some of today's most daring performers and astonishing composers.

For artists, Eavesdropping provides a stage for risktaking and the exploration of non-conventional sound, to present a relevant boundary-breaking artistic work. Shows often include multimedia elements, real time electronic processing, and performance art.

The Tank's intimate black box theater brings our audiences close enough to become part of the creative process. We are committed to presenting innovative repertoire that is relevant and intriguing. Eavesdropping is a crossgenres new music series presented to the city's inquisitive listener - the one that seen it all and heard it all but craves for cultural excitement.

About Apertures
Where does sound begin and where does it end? Where is the boundary between sound, the body and the environs of stage and audience? Dancer/choreographer, Naoko Maeshiba's work to date has focused on unveiling the body's most primal state through its contact with the immediate environment. Andrew Hayleck, an electro-acoustic musician, works with sound as both a perception and as a physical object. Hayleck and Maeshiba delicately examine the intersection of space/body/sound through shifting temporal and spatial relationships with each other.