For Immediate Release/Listings Release:
Aaron Burnett and The Big Machine
Feat: Aaron Burnett, Craig Taborn, Tyshawn Sorey, Nick Jozwiak, Peter Evans
Tuesday, February 24, 2015, 8pm
What: Aaron Burnett and the Big Machine
When: Tuesday, February 24 , 8pm
Where: Roulette, 509 Atlantic Ave Brooklyn, 2/3/4/5/A/C/G/D/M/N/R/B/Q trains & the LIRR
Cost: Tickets $20, Members/Students/Seniors: $15, Series Members - $10, FREE for All Access Members
Info: www.roulette.org / 917.267.0368 / http://roulette.org/events/aaron-burnette-jerome-commission/
Brooklyn NY: Roulette presents Aaron Burnett and The Big Machine, Tuesday, February 24, 8pm. Incorporating elements of traditional jazz, modern classical, and electronic music, Aaron Burnett presents his current musical point of view supported by a cast of talented characters including, Craig Taborn- piano, Tyshawn Sorey- drums, Peter Evans- trumpet, and Nick Jozwiak- acoustic bass and cello. Tickets can be purchased at: http://roulette.org/events/aaron-burnette-jerome-commission/
The program, part of Roulette's partnership with the Jerome Commission initiative to support young composers, will largely consist of Burnetts new works that combine strict composition with bursts of spontaneous improvisation. The program will include: Embrace of the Goddess,Dance of the Supernals, Ace of Swords, I Thoth So,Juxtaposition
Aaron Burnett's performance is made possible with support from Jerome Foundation.
The Jerome Foundation, a long-time supporter of young composers, was a mainstay in Roulette's early development and continues to help us fulfill our mission by presenting ambitious work by promising artists. Each year, the Jerome Foundation supports four artist residencies and five commissions at Roulette. These artists are consistently some of the strongest in our repertoire, and we are delighted to honor the Jerome Foundation's 50th Anniversary grant.
Roulette – one of New York City's premiere venues for experimental music for over 33 years - has reopened bigger and better than ever. Located in a newly renovated 1920s Art Deco concert hall in Downtown Brooklyn, the new Roulette features two levels of seating for up to 400 people (600 standing), an expanded multi-channel sound system, projection screen for film and multi-media events, state-of-the-art lighting system, modular stage, and a specially designed floor to accommodate dance. Teamed with bold new programming, the new Roulette promises to be one of the most exciting places in New York City - if not the country - to experience adventurous music and art.