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RighteousGIRLS + Andy Akiho at Joe’s Pub

Date, location, and tickets

Tuesday, August 7, 2018
at 7:00 PM

Joe's Pub at The Public
425 Lafayatte Street
New York, NY 10003

$15



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Event Information

RighteousGIRLS team up with steel-pannist and composer Andy Akiho to present the music of Akiho at Joe’s Pub at the Public Theater. The program features:

Gina Izzo, flute
Erika Dohi, piano
Andy Akiho, steel-pan
Ian Rosenbaum, percussion
Isabel Kim, clarinet
Jennifer Liu, violin
Jeffrey Zeigler, cello
Lindsay Kesselman, voice
Sean Dixon, drums

Tickets on sale now at publictheater.org

As RighteousGIRLS, New York-based flutist Gina Izzo and pianist Erika Dohi “Rattle speakers and expectations with stop-time razzle, vocal (flute-talk) and electronic (phaser) effects” (NYC Jazz Record). Their music incorporates complex meters and nonconventional forms, while integrating improvisation and sophisticated post-production techniques. Virtuosic, adventurous, and charismatic, RighteousGIRLS play with white-hot intensity and cool control.

Described as “mold-breaking,” “alert and alive,” “dramatic,” and “vital” by The New York Times, Andy Akiho is an eclectic composer and performer of contemporary classical music. Recent engagements include commissioned premieres by the New York Philharmonic, National Symphony Orchestra, Shanghai Symphony Orchestra, and Carnegie Hall’s Ensemble ACJW; a performance with the Los Angeles Philharmonic; and three concerts at the Kennedy Center in Washington, DC. Akiho has been recognized with awards including the 2014-15 Luciano Berio Rome Prize, the 2015 Lili Boulanger Memorial Fund, a 2014 Fromm Foundation Commission from Harvard University, the 2014 American Composers Orchestra Underwood Emerging Composers Commission, and a 2014 Chamber Music America (CMA) Grant with the Friction Quartet and Jenny Q. Chai, among others. His compositions have been featured on PBS’s “News Hour with Jim Lehrer” and by organizations such as Bang on a Can, American Composers Forum, and The Society for New Music.


This event is supported by a grant from New Music USA.