Veteran electro-acoustic violist Martha Mooke is unleashing her new CD on the world with a brunch and concert on Sunday, Jan. 13, at Manhattan’s Cutting Room.
She’s no ordinary violist, so it’s fitting that her new disc, with its beautifully rhythmic, meditative tunes that open windows that offer a peek at the sonic world of her imagination, is titled “No Ordinary Window.”
“I slip through the cracks of defined boundaries,” she says. “I keep re-creating my way…. I try to take on challenges.”
I had a chance to spend an hour talking with Mooke about the project, her career, and her life in Nyack.
Click here to read the full interview I wrote for The Journal News/lohud.com.
And be sure to check out her live performance on Sunday.
IF YOU GO
When: Sunday, Dec. 13. Doors at 11:30 a.m., show at 1 p.m.
Where: The Cutting Room 44 E. 32nd St., Manhattan, thecuttingroomnyc.com/.
Tickets: $30, including brunch, concert, and cocktail. Available online at Ticketfly by clicking here.