Malcolm Goldstein has been active in the presentation of new music and dance since the early 1960s in New York City. He co-founded the Tone Roads Ensemble and participated in the Judson Dance Theater, the New York Festival of the Avant Garde and the Experimental Intermedia Foundation. His “soundings” improvisations have received international acclaim for extending the range of tonal/sound-texture possibilities of the violin and revealing new dimensions of expressivity. His work has been presented internationally, and released on record labels such as Experimental Intermedia (XI), da capo, Wergo, Nonsequitur, What Next, 0.0. Discs, Eremite, Folkways, In situ, and others. He has written extensively on improvisation and is the author of the book Sounding the Full Circle.
John Cage — Eight Whiskus (1985) (dedicated to Malcolm Goldstein)
Malcolm Goldstein — various works
Improvisation by Patrick Crossland, Malcolm Goldstein, and Tom Goldstein
Tickets: $15 general, $10 seniors, $5 students, available through MissionTix. Tickets will also be available at the door, cash sales only.
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Over a span of four days, Livewire 7 explores the New York School and Beyond with performances of works by John Cage, Morton Feldman, Christian Wolff, Earle Brown and others. Prominently representing “the Beyond” will be featured guest composer/violinist Malcolm Goldstein, whose “soundings” improvisations have received international acclaim for extending the range of tonal/sound-texture possibilities of the violin: Livewire 7 event schedule.
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