Tag: Gustav Eiffel

TOWER MUSIC AT ADELAIDE FRINGE FESTIVAL

The talented choreographer Maddie Trotter interprets “A Thousand Feet of Sound” from Tower Music in dance at Australia’s Adelaide Fringe Festival! TIX HERE: https://adelaidefringe.com.au/fringetix/rip-drag-ruminate-af2018 ! #TowerMusic Maddie Trotter is one of Adelaide’s newest dance makers and movers. What you’ll see at this event is short bursts of fresh dance ideas. The brief for each choreographer is to present innovation in thought and inspiration through action. The… Read more →

TOWER MUSIC’S 1ST ANNIVERSARY

One year ago today my defining album Tower Music was released. Hailed as “IRRESISTIBLE” – The San Francisco Chronicle “4 STARS” – BBC Classical Music Magazine “BEAUTIFULLY CONTINUES THE TRADITION OF SOME OF THE GREATEST 20th CENTURY EXPERIMENTALISTS” – The Buffalo News “THIS NEEDLESS TO SAY IS MUSIC YOU SHOULD HEAR” – Classical Modern Music “FEARLESSLY DYNAMIC” – Second Inversion “PICK OF THE MONTH” – CD Hotlist “SPECTACULAR” –… Read more →

For Your Grammy Voting Consideration

The 2017 Grammy Awards ballots have gone out. Presented for your Grammy voting consideration: Tower Music / Musique de la Tour in the following categories: – #2 Album of the Year – #73 Best engineered album, Classical – #74 Producer of the year, Classical – #79 Best Classical instrumental solo – #82 Best Contemporary Classical Composition IRRESISTIBLE – The San Francisco… Read more →

TOWER MUSIC @VASSAR COLLEGE

“A Photographic Diary of Joseph Bertolozzi’s Tower Music/Musique de la Tour” will be on view June 14-July 28, 2016 at the James W. Palmer III Gallery, Main Building, Vassar College. The exhibition is free and open to the public.  The exhibition kicks-off with an opening reception on Tuesday June 14, 4:30-6:30pm. Palaia’s Tower Music book and Bertolozzi’s Tower Music CD will be available for… Read more →