As closely aligned as classical and electronic music can be these days, we can’t think of too many artists who’ve been asked to play François K’s Deep Space party and a proper seated gig featuring crossover composers like John Cage and Philip Glass. And yet, that’s where Franceso Tristano’s at this week, as the Baroque-schooled composer/pianist celebrates the release of his Idiosynkrasia record with two very different New York gigs. Different but fitting. After all, Tristano’s recent Carl Craig collaboration was prefaced by studio time with Murcof (Not Classical) and the godfather of dub-techno itself, Moritz Von Oswald (Auricle Bio On).
Read the full article and stream Tristano's new album at Self Titled.
Tickets are still available for the Bruce Brubaker and Francesco Tristano performance on Thursday night at LPR here.