Announcing Infinity Gradient, March 22 at Saint Thomas Church Fifth Avenue
If you're anything like me, you've spent a lot of time wondering what it would sound like to take the 7,069 pipes of one of North America's largest organs, and combine them with 100 custom-built sound speakers... Well, my friends, I'm pleased to say that we won't need to wonder any longer!
I'm beyond excited to announce our first event of 2022, and also our first amidst the vaulted, magnificent stone arches of Saint Thomas Church Fifth Avenue: a special one-night-only U.S. Premiere performance of Infinity Gradient by composer Tristan Perich and organist James McVinnie.
The hour-long piece will immerse us in an ever-evolving tapestry of music, weaving the rich sonorities of the pipe organ through the sound wall of lo-fi 1-bit speaker arrays that Perich has designed, built, and programmed. Echoing across the profoundly beautiful Gothic arches and stone walls of Saint Thomas's singular acoustic, it's going to be a remarkable journey that I can't wait to share with you.
There will be two performances, one starting at 7 and another at 9:30PM. As always, we'll have a pre-concert wine tasting with snacks, so we can break bread together before having our minds blown.
CLICK HERE FOR TICKETS
**As a Death of Classical Donor, you get 24 hours of early access before we announce to the general public tomorrow, so take advantage and pick up your tix before the unwashed masses get their hands on 'em!**
See you there!