David Randolph Distinguished Artists-in-Residence String Trio of New York

Performance and Panel Discussion Wed 8 Nov 2000
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Each year, The New School honors a distinguished artist and offers the public an unique opportunity to interact with him or her. A generous gift from The St.Cecilia Chorus has endowed this program in the name of David Randolph, its conductor since 1965, who taught at The New School 1973-1990, for his life of commitment to music making and music education. This year's distinguished artists-in-residence are the New York String Trio. Imagine a jazz ensemble that moves between the 17th and 21st centuries, from baroque to dissonant harmonies - described by a critic as "East Village meets MENSA." Through their "Human" series, the trio explores how music connects with philosophy, science, psychology, and the visual arts.

Participants
Diane Monroe, violin
John Lindberg, bass
James Emery, guitar