Music with a View 2012

The Flea Theater welcomes back its trendy FREE performance festival: Music with a View 2012. Starting May 14th and running for two weeks, The Flea will be home to 27 of the most innovative composers from around the world. This festival provides a rare playground for exceptional artists to develop and present exciting new work. Each evening of performance is followed by an open discussion between the composers and audience, moderated by a luminary of the music scene.

Click here for The Week 1 e-PROGRAM
(May 14 – 19)

Click here for The Week 2 e-PROGRAM
(May 20 – 27)

2012 Festival Schedule

Monday, May 14, 7PM
MODERATOR: Julia Wolfe
Howie Kenty
Ruben Naeff

Tuesday, May 15, 7PM
MODERATOR: Tania Léon
Judith St. Croix
Vivian Fung

Wednesday, May 16, 7PM
MODERATOR: Dan Trueman
Sideband
Doron Sadja

Friday, May 18, 7PM
MODERATOR: David Soldier
Anne Goldberg
Gilda Lyons
Jeremiah Lockwood

Saturday, May 19, 7PM
MODERATOR: Eleonore Sandresky
Svjetlana Bukvich-Nichols
Molly Joyce

Sunday, May 20, 3PM
MODERATORS: Jesse Krakow and Kathleen Supové
Jesse Krakow + Open Kids’ Salon

Monday, May 21, 7PM
MODERATOR: Patrick Grant
Lynn Bechtold
D.J. Sparr

Tuesday, May 22, 7PM
MODERATOR: Ransom Wilson
Jacob Cooper
Christopher Cresswell
Yoav Shemesh

Thursday, May 24, 7PM
MODERATOR: Daniel Felsenfeld
Nomi Epstein
Jeremy Gill
Rodney Lister

Friday, May 25, 7PM
MODERATOR: Randall Woolf
Danielle Schwob
Michael Lytle
John Supko

Saturday, May 26, 7PM
MODERATOR: Pamela Z
Fay Wang
Florent Ghys
Joo Won Park

Sunday, May 27, 3PM
MODERATOR: James Moore
Robert Honstein
Open Salon for Adults



About Music With A View 2012




Music With A View was developed in response to the need for emerging and established composers to have place to fine-tune and present their works-in-progress. Each Music With A View event features the works of 2-3 emerging and/or mid-career composers and each performance will be followed by an open discussion between the artists and the audience, moderated by musician Kathleen Supové and other leaders in the field of music. Admission is FREE.



About the Curator






Kathleen Supové is one of America’s most acclaimed and versatile contemporary music pianists, known for continually redefining what a pianist/keyboardist/performance artist is, in today’s world. Ms. Supové annually presents a series of solo concerts entitled THE EXPLODING PIANO. In this series, she has performed and premiered works by such established composers as Louis Andriessen, Terry Riley, Frederic Rzewski, Alvin Curran, Neil Rolnick, and Morton Subotnick, as well as emerging composers such as Missy Mazzoli, Randall Woolf, Anna Clyne, Lainie Fefferman, Mohammed Fairouz, Nick Didkovsky, Carolyn Yarnell, and Bubblyfish, just to name a few. She is also involved in commissioning a repertoire of pieces for piano, electronics, and video. This past December, she premiered ELECTRIC SHEEP by Marc Mellits for solo piano and LEMUR robots. Another recent ongoing project is DIGITAL DEBUSSY, working with a variety of composers including Joan La Barbara, Annie Gosfield, Matt Marks, Gene Pritsker, techno artist Jeff Mills, Elan Vytal (aka DJ Scientific), Marita Bolles, Eric km Clark, and others.

Ms. Supové is a Yamaha Artist. Her latest solo CD is THE EXPLODING PIANO, on the Major Who label.

She has appeared with The Lincoln Center Festival, Other Minds Festival, The Philip Glass Ensemble, Bang On a Can Marathon, Music at the Anthology, Composers’ Collaborative, Inc., and at many other venues, ranging from concert halls to theatrical spaces to clubs such as Le Poisson Rouge. For more info, visit www.supove.com or follow www.facebook.com/supove.