“Almost Silence”, a piano concert by Guy Livingston in a secret courtyard of The Hague.
Poetry of Nafiss Nia, with flutist Ned McGowan and pianist Guy Livingston. PLUS “Future Silence” with artists from HKU: Madelief Lammers, Finya Verhoef, & Maya Willemse
“Lost“, a reflection in words and music on the Pied Piper of Hamelin with theater-maker Aletta Becker and pianist Guy Livingston.
“Music and Silence“, a piano recital by Saskia Lankhoorn.
“The Silence in Between” with Monica Germino and her whisperviolin; and Guy Livingston on clavichord (postponed).
about Guy: Born in Tennessee, with degrees from Yale, NEC, and the Royal Conservatory of the Netherlands, pianist Guy Livingston wowed critics and audiences with his successful Sixty Seconds Project. Sixty composers each wrote one minute for Livingston, and he was featured on NPR, in The New York Times, Le Monde, Sports Illustrated, and the CD was praised by the Atlanta Constitution as the ‘party record of the year.’ Livingston is based in The Hague and travels widely as a pianist and radio host. He has recorded three solo CDs for the Wergo label, and appeared as soloist with the Orchestre Nationale de France and the Chicago Symphony. Major productions include the Nuit de John Cage, the Antheil Centennial Festival, and the William Bolcom in Paris Festival. He won the Silver medal for best international music documentary at the New York Radio Festival Awards in June. [more…]