Two New Immersive Shows!
in 2016/17: ArchitectuurMusik, 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.
in 2017/18: The Concert of Broken Relationships: Prokofiev Romeo and Juliet Piano Suite; songs by Laurie Anderson; and premières to be announced.
Theatrical One-Man Shows
of Music, scenes from Antheil's
life in Paris and Hollywood
One Minute More sixty composers, sixty pieces, sixty seconds each PLUS sixty films
John Cage in a Bathtub (unpredictable music and anecdotes)
Dada at the Movies
(avant-garde silent films of the 1920s, with live music)
Piano and Politics: Keys of Change - vanguard piano music with a political agenda
Erik Satie and Fashion: Guy plays Sports et Divertissements, with a live fashion show from the 1910's
Sweet 'n Sour, the music of
Boulez and Monk
Prokofiev Sonatas and Visions Fugitives
Henry Cowell Portrait - The Tides of Manuanuan - (In search of Henry Cowell)
Ives Concord Sonata
George Antheil, The Lost Piano Sonatas
L'impressionisme improvisée de Debussy, Poulenc
Five Reasons to Listen to Livingston:
Guy Livingston played 'Traficante de Bananas' with the comic talent of a Buster Keaton .
A great performance, visually and musically interesting.
— NRC Handelsblad
'A feast for the eye and for the ear!'
—Viertakt Radio Show Holland
'Antheil's Finest Keyboard Interpreter'
—Signal to Noise Magazine
'soloist Guy Livingston acquits himself with panache'
'a rousing performance'
—New Music Box
"An exceptionally agile and charismatic performer"
— LA Times
Why NOT to listen to Livingston:
"Guy Livingston hurls himself at the keyboard and spares no effort to make a case for an Antheil revival. No fault of his that the music is no more than a dinner plate shattered into period pieces."
— Norman Lebrecht