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Two Sided Concerto
526 West 26th Street
Suite 211
New York, NY 10001


May 5th, 2012 5:30 PM - 6:00 PM
 
Two sided Concerto, Elena BerrioloElena Berriolo, Two sided Concerto,
Spring 2012, watercolor and sewing, 8"x11"
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The Bravin Lee artist book program is very pleased to present a performance with sewing machine and piano

by Elena Berriolo and Edith Hirshtal.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Responding to the rhythms of Elena Berriolo’s sewing machine, which change with each embroidery pattern,

Edith Hirshtal will play selections from her classical music repertoire (including Mozart, Beethoven,

Ravel and others) while Elena will produce an artist's book inspired by Edith’s music.

Edith Hirshtal is a New York-based musician who has performed extensively throughout the United States

as a piano soloist and chamber musician. Michael Kimmelman of the New York Times has called her

"a pianist with something to say and that alone makes her preferable to the majority of pianists today."

Elena Berriolo is a visual artist. A selection of her books, inspired by music, is currently on view at

Bravin Lee Programs


The Bravin Lee artist book program is very pleased to present a performance with sewing machine and piano by Elena Berriolo and Edith Hirshtal.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Responding to the rhythms of Elena Berriolo’s sewing machine, which change with each embroidery pattern, Edith Hirshtal will play selections from her classical music repertoire (including Mozart, Beethoven, Ravel and others) while Elena will produce an artist's book inspired by Edith’s music.

Edith Hirshtal is a New York-based musician who has performed extensively throughout the United States as a piano soloist and chamber musician. Michael Kimmelman of the New York Times has called her "a pianist with something to say and that alone makes her preferable to the majority of pianists today."

Elena Berriolo is a visual artist. A selection of her books, inspired by music, is currently on view at Bravin Lee Programs

 

 


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