70 North 6th Street
Brooklyn, New York 11211

Darmstadt in collaboration with Red Light New Music Presents
Morton Feldman's Three Voices
Daisy Press, Soprano

Wednesday, February 28, 2007, 8pm
Galapagos Art Space
70 North 6th Street, Brooklyn, NY

Darmstadt: "Classics of the Avant Garde" is excited to announce a
performance of Morton Feldman's beautiful masterpiece of vocal
harmonic texure,Three Voices by the renowned new music soprano, Daisy
Press. The piece is a setting of Frank O'Hara's poem "wind" and is the
culmination of recording project that Ms. Press has been developing
for over a year and is her first live performance. This concert is
presented in collaboration with Red Light New Music, a New York-based
contemporary music series dedicated to the presentation of new
American and European classical music.

Admission for is $5 (suggested) at the door.

Daisy Press, soprano, received her Bachelor's Degree from the
Manhattan School of Music, where she specialized in contemporary
music. While at MSM, she performed as a soloist in works by
Schoenberg, Webern, Crumb, Scelsi, Tavener, Saariaho, Ives, Bresnick,
Stravinsky, Cage, and numerous works by Steve Reich. For the last two
years, she has been the singer-in-residence at the Bang on a Can
Summer Institute at the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art. Ms.
Press has also performed Reich's "Drumming" with So Percussion and was
a guest artist at Juilliard in their performance of the same work with
choreography by Eliot Feld. In the spring Ms. Press will be on the
faculty at the Manhattan School of Music, teaching a course about
American vocal repertoire. She currently studies voice with Trish
McCaffrey and North Indian classical singing with Michael Harrison.

For more information about Red Light, please visit their website:

Darmstadt is the Brooklyn-Based monthly contemporary music series led
by Zach Layton and Nick Hallett. Held at the Galapagos Arts Space,
featuring New York's leading experimental composers, performers and
video artists, Darmstadt has been reveiewed several times in the New
York Times and was recently mentioned in Musical Ameria and recently
celebrated its 2nd Anniversary with a performance of Terry Riley's "In

Official Website: http://www.galapagosartspace.org

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