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The International Street Cannibals present 'A Place in France'

 04 December 2011 at 7.30pm - 9.00 

The International Street Cannibals present 'A Place in France'

St Mark's in-the-Bowery
131 East 10th Street, NY, 10003
United States

performed by:
Taka Kigawa (piano), Inna Faliks and Kathleen Supove (piano).
Dan Barrett (cello, conductor), Lynn Bechtold (violin), Dan Cooper (7-string electric bass), Dmitri Dover (piano), Joe Gallant (6-string electric bass), Patrick Grant (electric keyboards and synthesizer), Gene Pritsker (DI.J., conductor), Edmundo Ramirez (viola d'amore), and Michiyo Suzuki (clarinet and alto saxophone).

Lynn Norris, Charles Coleman, and Brittany Fowler

Megan Sipe (dance-captain/choreographer/dancer),
Amanda Mottur (dancer and belly dancer)
and Megan Sipe's Dancing Fish Productions.


The International Street Cannibals perform the multi-genre concert event, "A Place in France", on December 4th at 7:30pm, at the legendary venue of the main space of St. Mark's in-the-Bowery, 131 East 10th Street, New York City.

On December 4th, the ISC present "A Place in France", a program where clichés become anti-cliché, through the means of both intensification and de-contextualization. The event includes elements such as the can-can, the rituals of fencing, French culinary motifs, the image of the salon, and various American perceptions of French culture. Within a concert fabric that covers a range of familiar symbolic and iconographical vocabularies, the ISC mingle the traditional cultural tropes with the more vital components of the arts of France, producing both a friction and harmony between cliché and viable content. This aesthetic operation points up the actual processes of art, rather than its effects and exteriority.

Gene Pritsker : Digital Debussy
Gene Pritsker : Euro Trash Can
Olivier Messiaen : Intermede
Erik Satie : Choses Vue a Droit et a Gauche
Claude Debussy : L'isle joyeuse

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