Ivan Blazhev (1974) is a photographer who is very close to that surrealist sensibility to look for the miraculous in everyday life, to search for outbursts of seemingly ordinary life, which viewed from a different, specific perspective, give us a new vision of what is our daily life.
Join us for a festive event, including: multiple streaming/screenings, red carpet, champagne toast, fancy snacks, consultation booths, live music by Erbium, photography, games, bidding, networking opportunity with film composers, directors, producers, artists, stylists and more.
Vladimir Cetkar Funk, Soul and Jazz originals will be performed especially arranged for his NYC Septet, which is featuring some of the finest talent in the city.
The performance of the Gelebesevi duo is a quite, unobtrusive, romantic piano story that radiates strong artistic message and the wisdom that the highest artistic results can be only be reached when touched by real artistic hands that can give birth to a powerful musical art, to turn then into a divine game, both calm and glamorous, fascinating and mystic or joyful at the same time.
Kristo Rodzevski: CD Release Show at Joe's Pub for the album "Batania" Labor Day, Monday, September 7th, 7:30pm Original music and lyrics by Kristo Rodzevski (An unique combination of Macedonian lyrics with Jazz, Pop, and Bossa Nova music esthetics)
Artists: Ami Ishida, Kaoru Izushi, Toru Izumida , Reiko Kanamaru, Maho Kino, Akiko Kosaka, Yumie Kusuda, Ayane Kurai, Kunihiko Maehara, Fuyuko Matsubara, Mieko Mitachi, Yoko Motomiya, Mitsuya Okumura, Yasuko Okumura, Hiroko Ohno, Rie Osogoe, Mika Oyaizu, Atsuko Smith, Kumiko Suda, Yoshimi Tanaka, Junko Yoda, Toshihisa Yoda, Hideki Yoshida, Atsuko Yuma, Kana Handel
For Mr. Urdin the blend of painting and film was neither something unusual nor an effort; on the contrary, it was yet another endeavour to step further into the interpretation of life and to tell the world of its beauty, and at the same time, to scold it for wanting to destroy that beauty voluntarily or involuntarily.
Artists exhibiting: Meejing Song, EunJung Han, Chaewon Kim, Sungyeon Yi, Sujin Kim, Sodaam Lee, Shinwoo Kim, Seungeun Beak, Minchae Kim, Jeahee Yoo
Pandora Apostoloska Sazdovska use multidisciplinary approach in her work combining painting, photography, objects, installation and live performances. Saso Sazdovski in his last cycle of sculptures "Family" which were worked on in recent years during the artistic residences and exhibitions in Austria, France, Turkey, UAE, Germany, Kosovo, Italy reconsiders his views and views of certain world issues that we face every day; through art form he seeks to capture key moments in human life as an individual belonging to a certain circle of society.
Kim Loy's first solo presentation at Gallery MC's Artist in Residence Summer Program
Group Exhibition featuring artists from France, South Korea, USA, Macedonia and Japan starts Thursday, July 16th from 6 to 8pm
This exhibition is the result of the participation of some of these artists in the workshop and exhibition in Boston supported by the University of Mussachusetts.
Artists: Dongrak Son, Jiyeon Mun, Jiyoung Gong, Kyeonghwa Lee, Mijeong Yang, Sunyoung Lee, Insuk Ryu, Sangsoo Jeong, Giljae Jeong
Circuit Bridges is collaborating with Jane Wang of Mobius, an artist-run organization in Cambridge Massachusetts, whose mission is to generate, shape and test experimental art, on the closing concert of our second season. Also featuring the world premiere of Fifteen-Minutes-of-Fame: Eva Ingolf, electric violin, presenting fifteen one-minute works by fifteen composers written specifically for Ingolf and three new animations by artist Nicole Antebi.
AkodrioM play transcriptions/compositions originally written for other chamber ensembles' (by Vivaldi, Bach and Mozart) alongside accordion works (from Derbenko, Piazzolla and Galliano). Their latest repertoire addition are the works of young composer Bete Ilin, showcasing the complex rhythmic structures in Macedonian folklore (5/8, 7/8, 9/8). Her compositions are inspired by traditional Macedonian songs and are written in a contemporary style using various composing techniques.
Performers: Viola Yip, speaker, Jamie Currie, speaker, Elizabeth Derham, violin, Naum Goldenstein, clarinet, Mahir Celtiz, piano, Alexandra Zelman-Doring, actor Directors: Alexandra Zelman-Doring ( someantics for Viola ); Zachary Schoenhut (The Soldier’s Tale)
Vadimir Cetkar will be returning to Gallery MC on Friday, May 29th presenting his original music. He will be joined by Vladan Mijatovic on Piano & Keyboards, Moto Fukushima on Bass and Nick Falk on Drums. Come and experience a wonderful blend of soft funk, jazz, disco and pop!
For this special program, each composer has created a new piece, which incorporates electronics and improvisation. Each performer will be playing two of these pieces, one by a Circuit Bridges composer, and one by a Soundlings composer. The same program will be presented in Amsterdam in June.
NOTE TO SELF is an intimate and fragile, sight-specific interactive experience that explores the things that can only be felt. Come engage in the decadence of the visible and invisible as we move beyond capturing the moment and create it with you.
LeitmotivArts is pleased to announce the 2nd concert in honor of the International Jazz Day with Marko Djordjevic & SVETI, featuring Julian Pollack on keys and Evan Marien on bass.
Circuit Bridges is collaborating with Iris Garrelfs of Sprawl to present new audio works by students from the London School of Communication (University of the Arts London) and Melissa Grey's Sound Studies course at The New School, in special concerts in London and New York City.
His work depicts the stillness of FATA-O-TU’I-TONGA (Tongan Kupesi [Pattern]) in motion and non-motion. The repetitive motifs create a visual matrix and present a dialectical process of transition from traditional to contemporary and representation to abstraction.
Works by G. B. Bonnoncini- “Per la gloria d’adorarvi”; B. Marcello- “Il mio bel foco”; G. Paisiello- “Il mio ben quando verra”; F. Schubert- “Du bist di Ruch”; R. Schumann- “Ich grolle nicht”; P. I. Tchaikovski- Mignon’s song (Нет, только тот, кто знал)l E. Grieg- “ Ein Traum”; G. Bizet- “Les Fleur que tu m’avais jete..” (Don Jose’s aria from “Carmen”); G. Puccini- “Ch’ella mi creda” (Johnson’s aria from “La Fanciulla del West”)
PLANETARY is a provocative wakeup call, a cross continental cinematic journey, that explores our cosmic origins and our future as a species. It is the follow-up to the award-winning short film 'Overview', which captivated audiences with astronauts' stories of what it means to see the Earth from space. Sir Richard Branson called it "An exceptional documentary" and NPR, Cosmos and Culture called it "Breathtaking".
Special place in his works take the realizations with stylistic and synthetics sculptural figures. Such determination the author expresses at the recent realization cycle. In this cycle, which somehow is a continuation of his master project, the author proves affinity in passing the line of figure transformation.
Circuit Bridges and Buffalo State University are collaborating on a concert of new electronic music. We will feature music by Linda Antas, Whitney George, Hubert Howe, Dave Seidel, Robert Voisey, Yiannis Christofides, J. Tomas Henriques and Sabrina Pena Young.
Exhibition of works created at RZ Institute. The event will feature wine from Stobi Winery, sponsor of the exhibition
Penn 65000 Club is an experimental metal band formed by visual artist Yoichiro Yoda. The band's song themes range from 1920's silent films, Film Noir ,Coney Island, and a play called "The Iceman Cometh" by Eugene O'Neill. Influences include 1920's crooners like Al Jolson, and Al Bowlly, and 1980's hard rock and heavy metal bands such as Judas Priest and Def Leppard.
Tuesday, March 10th from 7 pen: W. A.Mozart -Divertimento P. I. Tchaikovsky- Andante Cantabile A.Ferrante- L enigma svelato -Infinity Land -Un Tramonto -Poetica -Vespro A. Piazzola- Libertango D. Suplevski- Makedonsko Kaprico
This time weather affected Macedonia .. Please join us and support our efforts to help thousands of people in Macedonia whose lives have been affected by the heavy rains and flash flooding...
Circuit Bridges is featuring Foundation for Emerging Technologies and Arts (FETA) and Ensemble of Irreproducible Outcomes (Irritable Hedgehog Records) in a special concert featuring electroacoustic music on February 26 at Gallery MC, 549 W 52nd St, New York, New York.
Manchevski’s iconoclastic feature “Mothers” captures the heartbreaking state of contemporary Macedonia through the eyes of several mothers who are everything from dedicated, neglectful, loving and absent.
Circuit Bridges will present a concert of diverse and exciting electroacoustic music by composers from New York City and around the world.
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Jan Kus (saxophone, compositions), Sean Fitzpatrick (piano), Dan Martinez (double bass) and Joel E. Mateo (drums) will perform the captivating music of its leader with a characteristic rhythmical and cross-cultural quality.