Music

Paris 1919

 
 
Jan 18—Jan 19, 2013
 
Performance dates & times
LOCATION:
Peter Jay Sharp Building
 
BAM Howard Gilman Opera House
RUN TIME: Approx 1hr 40min (with intermission)
SUBSCRIPTION PRICE:  $14—64
FULL PRICE TICKETS:  $20—80
 
 
 
Prices subject to change after Aug 26 
 
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When Past & Future Collide
Paris 1919
Music by John Cale
Performed by the Wordless Music Orchestra

For nearly 50 years, John Cale has thrived at the vanguard of a myriad of popular music styles, having founded the Velvet Underground, and collaborated with such artists as Patti Smith, John Cage, La Monte Young, LCD Soundsystem, Danger Mouse, and more. This January, he comes to BAM to present two special programs.

In Paris 1919, Cale is accompanied by the Wordless Music Orchestra to perform his introspective 1973 pop-art landmark, plus selections from his remarkable career and new material from his latest album, Shifty Adventures in Nookie Wood.

Paris 1919  conducted by Jeffrey Milarsky

 
 
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