If you have an itch to hear one of the best New Music cellists around but hate the thought of traveling to Manhattan or Brooklyn to do it, Nov. 13 is your lucky day — even though it’s a Friday the 13th!
Ashley Bathgate, a member of the groundbreaking Bang on a Can All-Stars, brings her talents to the county’s own repurposed historic factory complex, the GARNER Arts Center at the Garnerville Arts & Industrial Center. for a one-night-only performance.
If I weren’t committed to working late that evening, I’d be the first in line to get a good seat for what is sure to be an exciting performance by one of my favorite string players.
This won’t be her first time playing in an industrial space like GARNER. Bang on a Can members are quite used to such a setting. They run a summer music camp every year at MASS MoCA, the modern art museum that occupies an old factory complex in North Adams, Massachusetts. GARNER has a similar vibe.
Ashley will play amid light and sound installations, including projections by downtown Manhattan art icon M. Henry Jones during the performance.
Check out these videos of Ashley in action. (Scroll past videos for venue and ticket information.)
IF YOU GO
WHAT: Ashley Bathgate, cellist
WHEN: 6:30 p.m., Friday, Nov. 13, 2015. Opening at 6:30, performance at 7:30. Click here for more information.
WHERE: GARNER Arts Center, 55 W. Railroad Ave., Garnerville.
TICKETS: $15. $13 for seniors, students, military. Buy online by clicking here.
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