Listen: Jóhann Jóhannsson and Angélica Negrón at (Le) Poisson Rouge

Live from (Le) Poisson Rouge on September 10, 2013

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Monday, September 09, 2013

On Tuesday, September 10, Icelandic composer Jóhann Jóhannsson shared the stage at (Le) Poisson Rouge with Puerto Rican-born multi-instrumentalist composer Angélica Negrón for a double bill of contemplative electronica and indie-classical experimentation. Jóhannsson, who playd the piano and triggered electronics on his laptop for his set, was joined by the American Contemporary Music Ensemble (ACME).

Drawing from a palette of ambient music, post-rock and orchestral music, Jóhannsson’s work ranges from film scores, music composed for dance and concert music that blends electronics with classical orchestration. Interested in creating simple, intricate narratives that evoke a sort of magical realism, Angélica Negrón writes music for accordions, toys and electronics as well as chamber ensembles and orchestras.

Engineers: George Wellington (technical director), Edward Haber (music mix), Bill Moss

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Comments [1]

Vladimir

Teamwork gave a STUNNING result!
The perfect combination of gentle magic and cold mathematical rigor! Arrangement is gorgeous!

and most importantly - the result of UNIQUE!

Dec. 15 2013 05:12 AM

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