entelechron — music of John Cage


March 5, 2011 - 8:00pm

Music on the Edge and The Andy Warhol Museum present entelechron

entelechron, a trio comprising pianist Robert Frankenberry, cellist David Russell and violinist/composer Roger Zahab, will perform music of John Cage on Saturday, March 5th. The program will include Cage’s Harmonies from Apartment House 1776, Etudes Boreales, Freeman Etudes, and Music for...

Robert Frankenberry, David Russell, and Roger Zahab are well known to Pittsburgh New Music audiences for their performances with The Music on the Edge Chamber Orchestra (which Zahab directs), IonSound Project, and the Music on the Edge Ensemble. Frankenberry, Russell, and Zahab have performed together since 1994 when they convened to premiere Zahab’s Illegible Streets. As a performing subsidiary of Ohio entelechron (an imaginative utility providing continuous service in all dimensions) their repertoire encompasses more than seven hundred years of music often involving consultants and guest artists.

Tickets in advance through ProArtsTickets: general admission $15, students and seniors $10. At the door: General admission $20, students and seniors $15.

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