Last summer, our good friend and acclaimed concert pianist and recording artist Bruce Levingston performed Philip Glass’ “Dracula Suite” live along with a clip from 1931’s Dracula to set the mood for our night of eerie and mysterious short films. For those that missed it (and the lucky few that didn’t), you’ll have the chance to see him perform the piece and much, much more at Carnegie Hall on April 7th.
As a longtime member of our advisory board and a frequent performer at our events, Bruce is offering a special discount for friends and fans of Rooftop Films. Using the discount code RTP19920 you’ll be able to purchase tickets to his upcoming performance at Carnegie Hall for just $15.
The program will include Philip Glass’s wild and creepy score from Dracula, works used by Stanley Kubrick by the great Hungarian composer Gyorgy Ligeti, and premieres of new works by Timo Andres and Mohammed Fairouz alongside classic pieces from Bach, Debussy, and Kurtag.
To reserve superb seats for just $15, simply call CarnegieCharge at 212-247-7800 or go to www.carnegiehall.org and give the the discount code RTP19920. For more information or to arrange tickets directly, call 646-660-0190.
BRUCE LEVINGSTON, PIANO
IN CONCERT….Voices from the Sleep
Monday, April 7, 2014 at 7:30 P.M.
ZANKEL HALL AT CARNEGIE HALL
Pianist Bruce Levingston, a leading figure in contemporary music and founder of the music foundation Premiere Commission, Inc., brings together three great masters of the past with four of the most important musical voices of our time. Spanning four centuries, the works on this exciting and adventurous program each reflect the deep spirit and timeless influence of Johann Sebastian Bach.
About Bruce Levingston:
Bruce Levingston is one of today’s leading figures in contemporary music. Many of the country’s most important composers have written works for him and his Carnegie Hall and Lincoln Center world premiere performances of their works have won notable critical acclaim.
Levingston has appeared in concerts and music festivals throughout the world and his performances have been broadcast internationally on radio, internet and television. Noted for his creative programming, Levingston has collaborated with some of the most interesting artists of our time, including painter Chuck Close, actor Ethan Hawke, authors Michael Cunningham, Nick McDonell and George Plimpton, composer Philip Glass, Colin and Eric Jacobsen and the Brooklyn Rider quartet, and choreographer Jorma Elo.
Levingston is founder and artistic director of Premiere Commission, Inc., a non- profit foundation that has commissioned and premiered over fifty new works.
Tickets are $30-$150 available at Carnegie Hall Box Office, CarnegieCharge at 212-247-7800 or www.carnegiehall.org For discounted tickets, use the code RTP19920