Saturday April 13 * 3pm * $20 * TICKETS
Transparent Productions presents....
“Lisa Sokolov delves into the magical possibilities of the voice and the beauty and mystery of words. A Quiet Thing … extends the power of her earlier recordings, continuing her progression towards the majestic and ecstatic “silence” of the universe. a musical adventurer … Sokolov is a master … stunning … powerful … funky and ever-evolving … breathtaking” Donald Elfman All About Jazz
“As far removed stylistically from the reigning royalty of female jazz vocalists as John Coltrane is from Grover Washington … exceptionally expressive, dramatic, ecstatic … masterful … stunning, life-affirming … This is jazz vocalizing filled with passion and commitment.” “Presence” receives five stars ***** “Masterpiece” Best of the Year DownBeat Magazine and makes DownBeat’s Best of the Decade list
Cellist, pianist, composer, and educator, Jake Sokolov-Gonzalez is a graduate of Bard college where he studied composition with Marina Rosenfeld and Joan Tower. Since, he has performed at the Museum of Modern Art with Tania Bruguera, at Olana with Pauline Oliveros, at the Vision Festival with William Parker, the Performa Biennial with Marina Rosenfeld, at Lincoln Center Out of Doors with Larry Harlow, Germany’s Stimmen Festival with Lisa Sokolov, and with Steve Swell in-residency at The Stone.
Jake's current projects include multimedia collaborations with movement artist Andrew Braddock, a songs project with his sister Raina Sokolov-Gonzalez, solo instrumental works, and a range of production work.