"A pianist with a flair for modernism"
—The New York Times

Music and Architecture

Guy Livingston studied music and architecture at Yale University. Upcoming projects include spatial installations in Venice and The Hague, as well as a symposium on Urban Space and Sound. This program will take place at the Bink36 in The Hague in 2018.

Concurrently, Livingston is creating a new performance for piano, video, and electronics, which explores the links between space and music: éspaceSonore, an immersive program of piano, video, and electronics. Featuring Music for Airports (Brian Eno), Guy's solo arrangement of Canto Ostinato (Simeon ten Holt); The Great Gate of Kiev by Mussorgsky (piano arrangament); a Talking Heads cover; an opportunity for the audience to "play the building"; and a new work by Cléo Palacio-Quentin.


 

 


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