- February 18, 2005 at 8:04 am #1778Eric RossParticipant
ERIC ROSS ’05 Spring European Tour
ERIC ROSS, American composer and video artist MARY ROSS, will be performing a multimedia concerts of their original works in Europe again this spring 2005. Tour dates are:
Apr.26. Copenhagen, DK. Copenhagen New Music Festival. Die Andern Opera. Eric Ross with SKRAEP (incl. Niels Winther-reeds, Dan Marmostein-keybds, Hemming Friman-elect percussion, Mary Ross, video.
Apr.27. Lund, Sweden. Lund Univ. Solo Concert with Mary Ross, video
Apr.30. Karlsruhe, Germany. Jazz Festival. Solo concert with Mary Ross, video
May 2. Tilburg, NL. Paradox New Music Festival. Eric Ross with guest Wilco Botemans-Theremin ,and Mary Ross, video.
May 6. Amsterdam, NL. Recording session. RT studios.
JUNE AND JULY EUROPEAN DATES- TBA
ERIC ROSS has performed at Lincoln Center, NYC; Kennedy Center, Wash.DC;
Newport Jazz Festival, Montreux, North Sea, Berlin Jazz Festivals, Brussels Palais des
Beaux Arts,and Gilmore International Keyboard Festival among others worldwide.
For over twenty years he’s led ensemble that’s featured jazz giants, John Abercrombie,
Larry Coryell,Andrew Cyrille, Oliver Lake, Leroy Jenkins, New Music Virtuosos, Youseff
Yancy, Lydia Kavina, Robert Dick and others. He performs on piano, guitar,
synthesizers, and is a Master of the Theremin, one of the earliest
electronic instruments. The New York Times -“a unique blend of classical, jazz,
serial and avant-garde.” ” Eric Ross has excited audiences and critics
with his fiery virtuosity and innovative work”_Washington Post.
MARY ROSS, photography, video and computer art since 1972. Exhibited
video, computer processed works, and prints at major galleries and museums
in New York, Paris, London and Tokyo. Grants from the National Endowment
for the Arts, the New York State Council on the Arts and others.Featured in
numerous multimedia performances. Published in Popular Photography, Videography,
British Journal of PhotographyAnnual, and is in the permanent collection of the Bibliotheque
National, Paris; Kunsthaus, Zurich; Royal Library, Copenhagen, and the Lincoln Center Library for Dance.
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