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June 19, 2014

Lincoln Center Out of Doors 2014 Program Updates

Lincoln Center Out Of Doors

Date: June 19, 2014

Press Contact: Marian Skokan

212-875-5386; [email protected]

 

LINCOLN CENTER OUT OF DOORS SUMMER FESTIVAL

JULY 20 – AUGUST 10, 2014

 

Program Updates

- Week 1: Judy Collins among number of artists added to A Memorial Concert for Pete and Toshi Seeger (July 20)

 

- Week 1: U.S. debuts of MC Leonard and MC Junior who replace MC Smith for A Batalha do Passinho (July 24)

 

- Week 1: Hotel Elefant and TILT Brass join musicians performing in World Premiere of John Luther Adams’ Sila: The Breath of the World (July 25 and 26)

 

- Week 1: globalFEST:  Red Baraat replaces The Bombay Royale (July 27);

Journey to Jah added to film screening schedule at Elinor Bunin Monroe Film Center (July 27);

Pupy y Los Que Son Son’s appearance canceled; new artist TBA

 

- Week 2: Program announced for Celebration of Jenneth Webster (August 1)

 

- Week 3: Americanafest NYC expands to 7 Days: Old 97's added to musical lineup (August 9);

Film screenings (August 4 and 5); taping of SiriusXM's "The Buddy & Jim Show” with Buddy Miller and Jim Lauderdale (August 10)

 

Week 1 Programs Also Include

- First Performance in 40 Years of Larry Harlow’s Landmark Hommy: A Latin Opera;

- eighth blackbird with N.Y. Premieres by Bryce Dessner and Andy Akiho

on a Double Bill with Pam Tanowitz Dance;

- Performance by Rennie Harris Puremovement to Include three N.Y. premieres;

- Family Day to Feature Deep Roots of Rock and Roll, Plus Performances and Events

in Conjunction with National Dance Day;

- Concert by Roberta Flack, plus opening set by New Orleans’ Davell Crawford;

 

The 44th season of Lincoln Center Out of Doors, one of the country’s longest-running, free summer outdoor festivals opens on July 20. A wide range of music and dance artists, premieres and debuts, family programs and notable anniversaries, highlighted by exciting new collaborations with Americana Music Association,  Brasil Summerfest, Film Society of Lincoln Center, globalFEST, and Seeger Fest will take place across three weeks and more than 100 performances.  Updates to the schedule, Week 1 details and a full calendar of events follow. 

 

All events are FREE; Visit LCOutofDoors.org for information and program updates.

 

Lincoln Center Out of Doors 2014 is sponsored by Bank of America

 

Special Event – July 20 – A Memorial Concert for Pete and Toshi Seeger

 

 “Songs are funny things. They can slip across borders. Proliferate in prisons. Penetrate hard shells.

I always believed that the right song at the right moment could change history.” --Pete Seeger

 

Partners in life, in the shaping of a musical legacy, and in their advocacy and activism for social justice and the environment, Pete Seeger and his wife, Toshi Ohta Seeger, died six months apart: Toshi in July 2013, Pete in January 2014.  Honoring the legendary couple, Seeger Fest is five days of special events and performances taking place throughout New York City and the Hudson Valley. Organized by the Seegers’ grandson, Kitama Cahill-Jackson, Seeger Fest will commemorate what would have been Pete and Toshi’s 71st wedding anniversary; they married July 20, 1943. Cahill-Jackson will host the Out of Doors Memorial Concert.

 

The concert line-up includes artists and speakers who had a close personal relationship with the Seegers and their work.  Artists newly added to the schedule are: Judy Collins, Martha Redbone, Alana Amram (joining David Amram), Tiokasin Ghosthorse, The Owens Brothers with Jeff Haynes, Mike + Ruthy with Penny Bossom-Seeger, Roland Mousaa with Kristen Graves, ESP featuring Bernardo Palombo, Betty & The Baby Boomers, The Almanac Trail and Jacob Benz & Sarah Armour, Work o’ the Weavers, The New York Labor Chorus, Clearwater Walkabout Chorus, and a special appearance by Fred Hellerman of the Weavers join previously announced Adira and David Amram, Tom Chapin and The Chapin Sisters, Guy Davis, Emma’s Revolution, Sarah Lee Guthrie and Johnny Irion, Kim & Reggie Harris, Hudson River Sloop Singers, Michael Moore, Holly Near, The Vanaver Caravan, George Wein, Dar Williams, Paul Winter Consort, Peter Yarrow and Dan Zanes. Pete Seeger performed at Lincoln Center on a number of occasions, with his last appearance in 2008.

 

Larry Harlow’s Hommy: A Latin Opera – July 23

 

At a red-hot peak in the early 1970s, Larry Harlow, pianist/composer/producer and driving force for Fania Records, had a vision to expand salsa’s range and possibilities. With Cuban “rumbero” Genaro “Heny” Álvarez, he penned Hommy: A Latin Opera about a deaf and blind percussion wizard, inspired by The Who’s rock opera Tommy. Hommy premiered at Carnegie Hall with a 60-piece orchestra and an all-star lineup of singers and musicians including Celia Cruz, in the role that would revitalize her career. But despite a rousing reception, a hit album and two subsequent performances in Puerto Rico, the ambitious work disappeared in all but recorded form. Now this landmark in salsa history will have its first performance in 40 years.  Larry Harlow leads a full orchestra, chorus, vocalists Emo Luciano, Herman Olivera, Ray de la Paz, Adonis Puentes, Luisito Rosario, Michael Stuart and Frankie Vásquez, the Masacote Dance Company and special guest, fellow Fania All-star Roberto Roena. Miami’s Lisett Morales, Celia Cruz’s niece, sings her aunt’s star-making role of la Gracia Divina. The narrator is Ismael “East” Carlo. At Out of Doors 2010, Harlow’s revival of his other major extended work from this period, La Raza Latina (starring Rubén Blades and Adonis Puentes) drew one of the biggest crowds in the festival’s history.

 

The evening opens with a set from Michael Stuart y Su Tremendo.  Stuart is one of Puerto Rico’s brightest salsa stars, has been nominated for multiple Latin Grammy Awards, and is a popular actor in leading musical productions.

 

John Luther Adams’ Sila: The Breath of the World – July 25, 26 – World Premiere

 

Sila: The Breath of the World is the latest, site-specific work by composer John Luther Adams. Commissioned by Lincoln Center for this summer’s Mostly Mozart Festival and Lincoln Center Out of Doors, Sila is the latest in a series of works created for the renovated campus of Lincoln Center, following last summer’s Ritual Cyclical by Mark Dendy.

 

Described by The New Yorker as “one of the most original musical thinkers of the new century,” John Luther Adams was recently awarded the 2014 Pulitzer Prize for musical composition for his symphonic work, Become Ocean.  A longtime environmental activist and resident of Alaska, Adams’ life and work are deeply rooted in the natural world. With Sila, Adams continues his exploration of music created specifically for the outdoors, begun with his acclaimed 2009 work Inuksuit. In the Inuit tradition, Sila is the spirit that animates all things.  Adams explains, “Sila is the wind and the weather, the forces of nature.  But it’s something more. Sila is intelligence. It’s consciousness. It’s our awareness of the world around us, and the world’s awareness of us.”  Approximately 70 minutes in length, Sila is scored for woodwinds, brass, strings, percussion, and singers. 

 

The World Premiere Out of Doors performance on the Hearst Plaza will feature 80 musicians drawn from leading contemporary ensembles, stationed around the plaza, creating a sonically immersive experience for audience members to move through. Previously announced Contemporaneous, The Crossing, eighth blackbird, Face the Music, Grand Valley State University New Music Ensemble, JACK Quartet, Meehan/Perkins Duo, Stony Brook Contemporary Chamber Players, and TIGUE are joined by Hotel Elefant and TILT Brass. Choreography will be by Mark DeChiazza, who last choreographed at LCOOD for Asphalt Orchestra, and music direction by Doug Perkins, who produced the acclaimed recording of Adams’ Inuksuit.  An artist talk with John Luther Adams in conversation with WNYC radio’s John Schaefer will take place at 4 pm, prior to the second performance of Sila on July 26.

 

eighth blackbird – New York Premiere by Bryce Dessner / Pam Tanowitz Dance – July 25

 

Three-time Grammy Award-winning “super-musicians” (Los Angeles Times) Chicago’s eighth blackbird combines the finesse of a string quartet and the energy of a rock band. Highlighting the ensemble’s program are New York premieres by Bryce Dessner and Andy Akiho.  Murder Ballades by Bryce Dessner (of The National and Clogs) was inspired by a form central to American folk music tradition, the murder ballad, and by the tragic shootings in Aurora and Sandy Hook. Said Dessner, “I started to think about the nature of violence in American identity.” The murder ballad recounted in song, homicides both real and fictional, often in grisly detail.  Dessner reworks two classics of the genre "Omie Wise" and "Young Emily," based on real events, as well as “Brushy Fork,” a Civil War era murder ballad/fiddle tune, and adds his original composition, “Wave the Sea.”  Erase, by Andy Akiho, won eighth blackbird’s inaugural MakeMusic National Composition Competition in 2011.  Also on the program: Tom Johnson’s Counting Duets for two speaking voices that has been described as Sesame Street on acid; Études by György Ligeti; and one of the group’s signature works, David Lang’s these broken wings 3.

 

“The authority with which the choreographer Pam Tanowitz orders time and space is something rare…every moment is arresting, suspenseful, coolly witty. Her work has an instinct for the contrasts that make dance count” is how The New York Times describes the choreographer. Tanowitz draws from both ballet and modern idioms—in particular from Merce Cunningham technique—to create work that challenges expectations.  Pam Tanowitz Dance’s Out of Doors program pairs PASSAGEN, danced at the company’s recent debut season at the Joyce Theater, with the closing section of her acclaimed 2013 company work The Spectators.  Both feature live music collaborations.  PASSAGEN, a duet for two women, could rightly be considered a trio, since violinist Pauline Kim Harris moves across the stage as she performs John Zorn’s music. The excerpt from The Spectators features music by Annie Gosfield performed by The Flux Quartet, as well as recorded music by Dan Sigler. Writing about The Spectators, The New Yorker said, “Tanowitz melded highly technical choreography with a restrained visual design, strong lighting, and complex, multifaceted music. The result was a subtle, mysterious work, danced by six tremendous performers.”

 

A Batalha do Passinho – July 22, 24, 26 – U.S. Debut

 

A dozen young dancers and two pioneering DJs from Rio’s baile funk music scene will introduce Brazil’s national dance phenomenon to American audiences for the first time, across several days at Out of Doors. Passinho, which means, “little step,” is a dance style that emerged at popular funk balls in the favelas of Rio in the early 2000s. It had had a similar evolution—and is similar in certain stylistic ways—as hip hop in the U.S., originating with youth in the tough streets and dance parties and eventually becoming a popular, national style. In Brazil, growing internet access led young practitioners to share and post videos of their inventive moves developed for the informal competitions taking place in their neighborhoods.  In 2011 Julio Ludemir created A Batalha do Passinho, “Battle of the Little Steps” to bring the form to wider attention, starting with organizing larger and more formal battles in the favelas.  Passinho was embraced by popular Brazilian musicians, featured in national T.V. commercials, and then selected to be part of the ceremonies for the London 2012 Paralympic Games. On July 24, preceding a performance by pioneering U.S. hip-hop dance theater choreographer Rennie HarrisPuremovement company, the Passinho dancers will stage a demonstration battle in multiple rounds at the Damrosch Bandshell, to music by DJ Sany Pitbull, MC Leonardo and MC Junior, all three pioneers of the baile funk scene, also making their U.S. debuts.

 

On July 22, a documentary about the Passinho scene in Rio, Passinho: Dance Off, will have its North American Premiere in a free screening at the David Rubenstein Atrium at Lincoln Center, presented in collaboration with Film Society of Lincoln Center.  Following the screening, the Passinho dancers will join DJ KS*360 of LCOOD alums Full Circle Productions in a “Welcome to NY” edition of their Behind the Groove dance party at the David Rubenstein Atrium, with a guest DJ set by Sany Pitbull.  The Passinho dancers will also be featured on Family Day (July 26) as part of National Dance Day, leading a dance class on Josie Robertson Plaza.  The young dancers will demonstrate basic moves of this constantly evolving dance form in a casual, family-friendly, participatory workshop and dance party. A Batalha do Passinho is presented in collaboration with Brasil Summerfest.

 

Rennie Harris Puremovement – July 24 – New York Premieres

 

Choreographer Rennie Harris has been challenging the boundaries and definitions of hip hop since his teenage days as a hip hop dancer in North Philadelphia. He founded his company Puremovement in 1992 based on the belief that hip hop was the most important original expression of a new generation and, a Bessie Award, three honorary doctorates, and many sold-out U.S. and international tours later, he continues to explore it as a medium of addressing universal themes and bridging racial, religious, and economic divisions.  For its Out of Doors program, the company will present several recent works in their New York premieres: Get It (2012) set to the music of Mandrill; Church (2012) with music by Nuspirit Helsinki; and Spirit Migrations (2013) a trio with music and vocals by Raphael Xavier; along with the 1995 crowd-pleaser Students of the Asphalt Jungle, a tour-de-force for the men in the company.

 

FAMILY DAY – July 26

 

For the centerpiece of this year’s edition of Family Day at Out of Doors, the Black Rock Coalition Orchestra (BRC) under the artistic and musical direction of the incomparable Toshi Reagon, explores the origins and deep roots of rock and roll with a journey that traces rock’s roots and early proponents, including Sister Rosetta Tharpe, Little Richard, Chuck Berry, and Bo Diddley. Poet/performer Carl Hancock Rux acts as “radio DJ” guiding the cultural journey up to the present. Toshi Reagon is a one-woman celebration of all that’s dynamic, progressive, and uplifting in American music. The versatile singer/songwriter/guitarist has a hold-nothing-back approach to rock, blues, R&B, country, folk, spirituals and funk. Reagon has shared stages with Lenny Kravitz, Elvis Costello, Ani DiFranco, and Meshell Ndegeocello, among others. Members of the BRC Orchestra have won Grammy and OBIE Awards, been inducted into the Rhythm and Blues Foundation Hall of Fame, and performed with major pop, rock and R&B stars.  The all-star orchestra includes funk rock icon Nona Hendryx (of Labelle), Corey Glover (of Living Colour), Kat Dyson (of Prince’s New Power Generation), V. Jeffrey Smith (of The Family Stand), members of Reagon’s band Big Lovely, and others.

 

This summer’s Family Day coincides with National Dance Day and offers three events to mark the occasion: Baby Loves Disco, for young children, toddlers, and their grown-ups in Out of Doors’ most surprising new venue, the underground Jaffe Drive/Toll Porte-cochère; A Batalha do Passinho Dance Class at 1 pm (described on previous page) on Josie Robertson Plaza for older children; and a participatory National Dance Day group dance at 4 pm on Josie Robertson Plaza.

 

Baby Loves Disco will have two sessions, between 11 am–1 pm and 2 pm–4 pm. Celebrating its 10th anniversary, and now being held in more than 20 cities across the country, Baby Loves Disco is a dance party featuring music from the 70s & 80s, spun and mixed live by real djs, for toddlers, preschoolers, and their parents and caregivers, with interactive elements like facepainting, baskets of scarves, egg-shakers and more, to provide additional fun. It was started by professional dancer (and mom) Heather Murphy, in Philadelphia and was brought to New York City by Ropeadope records founder Andy Hurwitz.

 

Launched in 2010 by So You Think You Can Dance co-creator and Dizzy Feet Foundation co-president Nigel Lythgoe, National Dance Day is an annual celebration on the last Saturday in July that encourages Americans to embrace dance as a fun and positive way to maintain good health. At 4 pm in front of Lincoln Center’s iconic Revson Fountain, the public will be led in two dance routines, which can be learned in advance on videos that will be posted online one month before the event.

 

Roberta Flack / Davell Crawford – July 26

 

Grammy Award-winning singer Roberta Flack remains unparalleled in her ability to tell a story through her music. Her songs bring insight into audiences’ lives, loves, culture, and politics, while effortlessly traversing a broad musical landscape from pop to soul to folk to jazz.  Songs like “The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face,” “Where Is The Love,” and “Killing Me Softly With His Song” are part of the American songbook. Active as a humanitarian and mentor, Flack founded and helps support the Roberta Flack School of Music at the Hyde Leadership Charter School in the Bronx, providing an innovative and inspiring music education program to inner city youth.

 

“The undisputed Prince of New Orleans Piano,” is how Blues Access Magazine describes Davell Crawford who opens this evening’s bill at the Damrosch Park Bandshell.  He has been hailed as the inheritor of the great New Orleans piano tradition, following in a line from Jelly Roll Morton, Dr. John, Professor Longhair, James Booker, and Allen Toussaint.  Crawford has recorded several stellar albums (Love Like Yours & Mine, The B-3 & Me, Born With the Funk) and worked as music director/arranger for artists such as Stephanie Mills, Marva Wright and John Boutté.

 

globalFEST at Lincoln Center Out of Doors – July 27

 

Started in 2003 as a creatively curated musical showcase in New York City coinciding with the annual conference of the Association of Performing Arts Presenters (APAP), globalFEST (gF) has become one of the most catalytic world music events in North America. A premier gateway for emerging and established artists, gF has provided more than 140 groups from around the world and the U.S. access to stages across the continent.  Evolving into a year-round service organization for cultural curators, global music artists, and the live music industry, globalFEST aims to bring down boundaries between countries and create cultural opportunities for artists, governments, sponsors, scholars, and critics to collaborate.  Now the globalFEST format of multi-site, overlapping performances goes on the road, coming to Lincoln Center with a globe- and genre-spanning line-up on July 27 that includes an underground global bass dance-party.  Previously announced band The Bombay Royale will not appear and instead Brooklyn’s own Red Baraat, one of globalFEST’s most successful alumni artists, has been added to the schedule. Additionally, Cuban band Pupy y Los Que Son Son will not perform; a replacement will be announced shortly. globalFEST is supported by grants from the National Endowment for the Arts and the Ford Foundation. Additional support is provided by the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs.

 

BaianaSystem was created by guitarist Robertinho Barreto, who, with vocalist Russo Passapusso, bass player/producer Marcelo Seco, percussionist Wilton Batata and DJ João Meirelles layer elements of Jamaican dub and hip hop to explore new sound possibilities for the guitarra Baiana—the distinctive electric instrument created in Salvador da Bahia, Brazil, popularized by Carnival and a key element in frevo, choros, and other regional Brazilian sounds.

 

Banda de los Muertos is a New York-based, 14-piece brass, woodwind, and percussion group that plays the heavy metal, brass-driven banda sound rooted in the Mexican state of Sinaloa. It references works by the pioneering Banda El Recordo of the 1940s, but imparts a distinctive New York flavor under leaders Jacob Garchik and Oscar Noriega. 

 

Red Baraat, the pioneering “bhangra and brass” band from Brooklyn, conceived by Sunny Jain, has drawn worldwide praise for its singular sound that merges hard driving North Indian bhangra rhythms with elements of jazz, go-go, brass funk, and hip-hop.

 

Debauche, the self-proclaimed “Russian Mafia Band,” was formed in New Orleans in 2008.  Known for its rambunctious, theatrical performances, the band plays a fun, high-energy mixture of gypsy punk, Russian street folk, klezmer, and traditional Ukrainian- and Balkan-inspired tunes.

 

M.A.K.U. Soundsystem, formed in New York in 2010, juxtaposes traditional Colombian percussion, drum-set, synthesizers, electric bass, guitar, and horns, creating an explosive performance filled with hints of Colombian folklore, psychedelic-rock and unshakeable Caribbean grooves. Recently returned from Cape Verde as the only U.S.-based group at the Atlantic Music Expo, the group is at work on its fourth album.

 

Moroccan-born Emil Zrihan uses his multi-octave countertenor to inject new life into a rich mixture of Moroccan and Judeo-Andalusian folk music, Sephardic and North African songs and improvisational mawals, accompanied by his ensemble on oud, violin, kanoun, and darbouka. Known as “the voice of the mocking bird,” Zrihan currently serves as cantor at the main synagogue in the ancient city of Ashkelon in Israel. Emil Zrihan’s performance is presented with support from the Consulate of Israel in New York.

 

Charanjit Singh headlines a dance party that will literally take place underground on the Jaffe Drive/Toll Porte-cochère as part of globalFEST at Lincoln Center. In 1982, the Bollywood musician recorded ancient Indian ragas using a Roland 808 drum machine, sequencers, and synthesizers—all set to a disco beat—that went virtually unnoticed at its release. The album that Mojo magazine called “a startling piece of proto house,” was reissued in 2010 and Singh has been getting audiences on their feet with what Residentadvisor.com called, “a haunting, exotic prefiguration of acid's steely futurism, a bit like Kraftwerk live at the Taj Mahal, somehow summoned from the past but envisioning the future at the same time.” Also taking part in the dance party, Dutty Artz’s DJ Ushka Brooklyn-based, Sri-Lankan-born, and one half of iBomba, one of NYC’s premiere parties for global bass music, and DJ Ripley, also a member of Dutty Artz, who has lit up dance floors across 22 countries since 1995, along with Baiana Play Som, the soundsystem offshoot of BaianaSystem.

 

In association with Film Society of Lincoln Center, three notable world music films—Brasslands, The Last Song Before the War, and just confirmed Journey to Jah—will have free screenings at the Elinor Bunin Munroe Film Center amphitheater beginning at 1 pm on Sunday, July 27 and will be repeated again during Film Society’s Sound+Vision series, July 31–August 6.  Visit filmlinc.com.

 

Week 2 Program Update

A Celebration of Jenneth Webster – August 1

 

Jenneth Webster, who served as Director of Community Programing at Lincoln Center for 28 years, passed away on April 10. Under her artistic leadership, Lincoln Center Out of Doors grew into one of New York’s and the country’s most significant outdoor multi-disciplinary festivals.  She was tireless and indefatigable in her efforts and ideas for extending Lincoln Center’s community outreach, and was responsible for establishing the beloved La Casita program. From an early age she became aware of the importance of, in her own words, “the impact of living arts on people.”  Over the decades, through Jenneth’s efforts, thousands of people and countless performers came together on Lincoln Center’s outdoor spaces to celebrate music, dance, spoken word, and community. Lincoln Center Out of Doors 2014 is dedicated to her memory and on August 1 a special multi-disciplinary celebration of her life and accomplishments will feature: Mingus Dynasty; Taylor 2; Yoshiko Chuma & the School of Hard Knocks (with Robert Black); Elder Edward Babb of McCullough Sons of Thunder; Pauline Oliveros; Elaine Summers; The Skymusic Ensemble, Carman Moore, conductor; Imani Uzuri’s Mosaic with guests Morley, Haleh, and Martha Redbone; Ologundê; Brooklyn Jumbies; Chinese American Arts Council; Hungry March Band; Latasha Natasha Nevada Diggs; and special guest speakers.

 

Week 3 Program Updates

Americanafest NYC – Final Week in Collaboration with

Americana Music Association – August 4-10

 

In 2014, Lincoln Center Out of Doors launches Americanafest NYC, a new partnership with the Americana Music Association, the 15-year-old Nashville-based not-for-profit that advocates for the authentic voice of American roots music.  Over the course of the last week of Out of Doors, including the concluding annual “Roots of American Music” weekend, Americanafest NYC will offer concerts by a range of artists—long-established and newer voices—drawing from the deep wells of folk, bluegrass, country, gospel, blues, jazz, rock, and R&B. Film screenings and a symposium will also explore the elders and their legacies finding new expression among younger generations of musicians.

 

Two films, both New York premieres, presented in association with The Film Society of Lincoln Center’s Sound + Vision Series, and including Q&A’s with their respective directors, will be screened at the Walter Reade Theater:

 

AUGUST 4 at 6:30 pm

The Winding Steam (N.Y. Premiere)

Beth Harrington, director

USA, 2014, 90 minutes

Beth Harrington’s film about the dynasty at the very heart of country music traces the ebb and flow of the influence of the original Carter family—A.P., Sara, and Maybelle—and their transformation into the Carter Sisters and Mother Maybelle.  The marriage of June Carter and music legend Johnny Cash cemented the family’s legacy, which continues today.

 

AUGUST 5 at 6:30 pm

The 78 Movie Project (N.Y. Premiere)

Alex Steyermark, director, with Lavinia Jones Wright

USA, 2014, 96 minutes

The film chronicles Alex Steyermark and Lavinia Jones Wright’s journey across the country to record musicians performing the early American songs that inspired a century of popular music—instantaneously, on one-of-a-kind 78 rpm lacquer discs.  Inspired by Alan Lomax and his quest to record music where it was created throughout the early 20th century, the film celebrates the artistry and craft that spontaneously captured America’s most authentic musical forms.

 

AUGUST 9 - AFTERNOON

Though identified with the alt-country movement alongside groups such as Uncle Tupelo, The Jayhawks and Drive By Truckers, Old 97’s have always drawn inspiration from a broad range of genres including the twangy stomp of cowpunk and the melodies of power pop. The 2000s added a stronger infusion of pop/rock sounds to the mix. Old 97’s frontman/rhythm guitarist Rhett Miller, bass and vocals, Murray Hammond, lead guitar/vocals, Ken Bethea and drums/vocals Philip Peeples have released 10 albums.  Their latest, Most Messed Up, just released, is a raucous meditation on their 20 years of making music and raising hell together.  Says The New Yorker,Most Messed Up is blistered, blasted, and brilliant.” Miller will next work on a solo album with The Decemberists’ alter-ego band Black Prairie

 

The winding road from picaresque rural Brattleboro, Vermont has taken The Devil Makes Three—singer/guitarist Pete Bernhard, upright bassist Lucia Turino and guitarist Cooper McBean—to the Newport Folk Festival, Austin City Limits, Bonnaroo and tours with Willie Nelson, Emmylou Harris and Trampled By Turtles. The trio’s sound—garage-y ragtime, punkified blues, and old and new timey—is inspired as much by mountain music as by Preservation Hall jazz.  Their newest album I’m a Stranger Here is about their journey, filled with road songs, heartbreak songs, and barnburners.  Last.fm wrote, “The Devil Makes Three are quite possibly the best band that you have never heard of.”

 

One additional artist (to be announced shortly) will be part of the afternoon Hearst Plaza line-up.

 

AUGUST 10

The final day of Lincoln Center Out of Doors 2014 and closing day of Americanafest features a free Symposium at 1 pm at the David Rubenstein Atrium. The session kicks off with a screening of Heroes of Americana: From the Historic Films Archives, a collection of short performance clips from the collection of Joe Lauro featuring rare footage of such icons as Hank Williams, Gram Parsons, and Emmylou Harris, introduced by Lauro.  Then at 2:15 pm Talkin’ Blues: Music Makers Relief Foundation’s Beverly “Guitar” Watkins, Ironing Board Sam and Dom Flemons with Music Maker Relief Foundation President Tim Duffy have a conversation hosted by Lincoln Center’s long time “Roots of American Music” consulting producer Coleman “Spike” Barkin.

 

Just added to the schedule, the concluding event at 3:30 pm, is the taping of SiriusXM’s “The Buddy & Jim Show” with Buddy Miller and Jim Lauderdale.

 

Long-time friends Buddy Miller and Jim Lauderdale co-hosts of the popular “The Buddy & Jim Show” on SiriusXM’s Outlaw Country Channel will tape a show segment for airing at a later date.  The two have been making music together from more than 30 years since they met on New York’s country music scene in the 1980s. They are leading lights on the Americana and Nashville scenes, as singers/songwriters (and in Miller’s case, star producer). Jim is the longtime host and Buddy music director of the annual Americanafest Awards.

 

LINCOLN CENTER OUT OF DOORS CALENDAR OF EVENTS

July 20 – August 10, 2014

(All programs and artists subject to change)

 

WEEK 1

 

SUNDAY, JULY 20

4:00 pm

Damrosch Park Bandshell

A Memorial Concert for Pete and Toshi Seeger

Featuring: Judy Collins, Peter Yarrow of Peter, Paul & Mary, Holly Near, Paul Winter Consort, Martha Redbone, Dar Williams & Dan Zanes, Guy Davis, Tom Chapin & The Chapin Sisters, David Amram with Adira & Alana Amram, Tiokasin Ghosthorse, Emma’s Revolution, Kim & Reggie Harris, Mike + Ruthy with Penny Bossom-Seeger, Sarah Lee Guthrie & Johnny Irion, Roland Mousaa with Kristen Graves, The Vanaver Caravan, The New York Labor Chorus, Clearwater Walkabout Chorus, Hudson River Sloop Singers, ESP featuring Bernardo Palombo, The Owens Brothers with Jeff Haynes, Betty & The Baby Boomers, Work o’ the Weavers, The Almanac Trail and Jacob Bernz & Sarah Armour plus speakers including Fred Hellerman of The Weavers, George Wein, and Michael Moore.

Presented in association with Seeger Fest

 

TUESDAY, JULY 22

6:30 pm

David Rubenstein Atrium

Film: Passinho Dance Off: The Movie (North American Premiere)

(Emílio Domingos; 2013; Brazil)

Presented in collaboration with Film Society of Lincoln Center

Performance:

Behind the Groove: Welcome Party for A Batalha do Passinho

DJ KS*360 of Full Circle Productions

With DJ Sany Pitbull

A Batalha do Passinho is sponsored by the Secretaria de Estado de Cultura do Rio de Janeiro.

Presented in collaboration with Brasil Summerfest.

 

WEDNESDAY, JULY 23

7:30 pm

Damrosch Park Bandshell

Larry Harlow’s Hommy: A Latin Opera

Created by Larry Harlow

Words and Music by Larry Harlow and Genaro Álvarez

Conducted by Larry Harlow

Featuring vocalists Ray de la Paz, Emo Luciano, Lisett Morales, Herman Olivera,

Adonis Puentes, Luisito Rosario, Michael Stuart, and Frankie Vasquez

Narrated by Ismael Carlo

Featuring the Masacote Dance Company

Special Guest Star Roberto Roena

      and a full symphony orchestra and chorus

Michael Stuart y Su Tremendo

 

THURSDAY, JULY 24

7:30 pm

Damrosch Park Bandshell

Rennie Harris Puremovement

Artistic Director/Choreographer: Rennie Harris

Program

“Nuttin But A Word”* (2013); including Ambient (2013); “GET IT”* (2012);“CHURCH”* (2012);

Spirit Migrations* (trio) (2013); Students Of The Asphalt Jungle (1995)

*Indicates a N.Y. premiere

 

A Batalha do Passinho (U.S. Debut)

A Batalha do Passinho is sponsored by the Secretaria de Estado de Cultura do Rio de Janeiro.

Presented in collaboration with Brasil Summerfest.

 

Friday, July 25

6:00 pm

Hearst Plaza

Sila: The Breath of the World (World Premiere)

Commissioned by Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts for Mostly Mozart and Lincoln Center Out of Doors

Composer: John Luther Adams

Musical Director: Doug Perkins

Choreography:  Mark DeChiazza

Featuring members of Contemporaneous, The Crossing, eighth blackbird, Face the Music,  

Grand Valley State University New Music Ensemble, Hotel Elefant, JACK Quartet, Meehan/Perkins Duo, Stony Brook Contemporary Chamber Players, TIGUE and TILT Brass

 

7:30 pm

Damrosch Park Bandshell

Pam Tanowitz Dance

PASSAGEN

Music by John Zorn with live performance by violinist Pauline Kim Harris

Choreography by Pam Tanowitz

 

The Spectators (excerpt)

Music by Annie Gosfield with live performance by FLUX Quartet

 

eighth blackbird

Erase by Andy Akiho (New York Premiere)

Murder Ballades by Bryce Dessner (New York Premiere)

Counting Duets by Tom Johnson/Études by György Ligeti

these broken wings 3 by David Lang

 

SATURDAY, JULY 26

Family Day

 

11:00 am–1:00 pm, 2:00 pm–4:00 pm

Jaffe Drive/Toll Potre-cochère

National Dance Day Celebration

Baby Loves Disco – A Family Dance Party

Led by a DJ, an MC and guest dancers, children (ages 3 and up) and their families will join in with dancing, face painting and more to celebrate the 10th anniversary of this riotous dance party

Presented in association with National Dance Day

Family Day sponsored by Disney

 

1:00 pm–2:00 pm

Josie Robertson Plaza

A Batalha do Passinho Dance Class

The teenage dancers from Rio’s baile funk scene will demonstrate basic moves of this constantly evolving dance form in a casual, family-friendly, participatory workshop and dance party

A Batalha do Passinho is sponsored by the Secretaria de Estado de Cultura do Rio de Janeiro.

Presented in collaboration with Brasil Summerfest.

Family Day sponsored by Disney

 

2:00 pm

Hearst Plaza

Deep Roots of Rock and Roll

Black Rock Coalition Orchestra and special guests

Musical Direction & Design by: Toshi Reagon

Featuring Toshi Reagon, Nona Hendryx, Carl Hancock-Rux, Corey Glover, Kat Dyson, Ganessa James, Robert Burke, Jeremy Mage, Karma Mayet Johnson, KimberlyNichole,  

Tamar-kali, Mimi Jones, Juliette Jones, Adaku Utah, and V. Jeffrey Smith

Presented in association with the Black Rock Coalition

Family Day is sponsored by Disney.

 

4:00 pm

Josie Robertson Plaza

National Dance Day

Group Dance

Presented in Association with the Dizzy Feet Foundation

 

4:00 pm

Bruno Walter Auditorium

New York Public Library for the Performing Arts

Artist talk: John Luther Adams in conversation with John Schaefer

 

6:00 pm

Hearst Plaza

Sila: The Breath of the World (World Premiere)

(See Friday, July 25)

 

7:30 pm

Damrosch Park Bandshell

Roberta Flack

Davell Crawford

 

Sunday, July 27

globalFEST at Lincoln Center

 

1:00 pm

Elinor Bunin Munroe Film Center Amphitheater

globalFEST films

Brasslands; The Last Song Before the War; Journey to Jah

Presented in association with Film Society of Lincoln Center

 

1:00 pm

Hearst Plaza

globalFEST Family Performances

Banda de los Muertos

M.A.K.U. Sound System

Presented in association with globalFEST Inc.

globalFEST at Lincoln Center is supported in part by an award from the National Endowment for the Arts. Art Works

 

5:00 pm

Damrosch Park Bandshell

BaianaSystem

Red Baraat

Artist TBA

Emil Zrihan

Presented in association with globalFEST Inc.

globalFEST at Lincoln Center is supported in part by an award from the National Endowment for the Arts. Art Works.

Emil Zrihan presented with support from the Consulate of Israel in New York.

 

5:00 pm

Jaffe Drive/Toll Porte-cochère

Charanjit Singh (New York Debut)

DJ Ushka (Dutty Artz)

Baiana Play Som

DJ Ripley (Dutty Artz)

Presented in association with globalFEST Inc.

globalFEST at Lincoln Center is supported in part by an award from the National Endowment for the Arts. Art Works.

 

5:30 pm

Hearst Plaza

M.A.K.U. Soundsystem

Banda de los Muertos

Debauche

Presented in association with globalFEST Inc.

globalFEST at Lincoln Center is supported in part by an award from the National Endowment for the Arts. Art Works.

 

WEEK 2

 

WEDNESDAY, JULY 30

6:30 pm

Damrosch Park Bandshell

Amel Larrieux

Avery*Sunshine

The Jones Family Singers (New York Debut)

 

Thursday, July 31

7:30 pm

Damrosch Park Bandshell

José González (World Premiere Collaboration with yMusic)

yMusic

yMusic’s arrangements of Jose Gonzalez works commissioned by Lincoln Center for Lincoln Center Out of Doors

Friday, August 1

 

4:30 pm

Hearst Plaza

A Celebration of Jenneth Webster

Mingus Dynasty; Taylor 2; Yoshiko Chuma & the School of Hard Knocks (with Robert Black); Elder Edward Babb of McCullough Sons of Thunder; Pauline Oliveros; Elaine Summers; The Skymusic Ensemble, Carman Moore, conductor; Imani Uzuri’s Mosaic with guests Morley, Haleh, and Martha Redbone; Ologundê; Brooklyn Jumbies; Chinese American Arts Council; Hungry March Band; Latasha Natasha Nevada Diggs; and special guest speakers.

 

7:30 pm

Damrosch Park Bandshell

Paul Taylor Dance Company: 60th Anniversary

Fibers (1961)

Aureole (1962).

Piazzolla Caldera (1997) (World Premiere of live collaboration with Pablo Ziegler’s New Tango Ensemble; Commissioned by Lincoln Center for Lincoln Center Out of Doors)

 

Pablo Ziegler’s New Tango Ensemble

 

Saturday, August 2

12:00 pm

Hearst Plaza

La Casita

MC: Baba Israel

 

Poetry: Jennifer Celestin, Louise Sky Dancer Halfe, Jamaal May, Tony Medina, Lenelle Moïse, Jessica Care Moore, Taqralik Partridge, Ramya Ramana, and Frank X Walker

 

Music: Acardenchados, Arooj Aftab, Soni Moreno, Sonia Olla & Ismael Fernández,

Ologundê, and Orquesta SCC

La Casita is produced in cooperation with Claudia Norman, Claudia Norman Management.

 

La Casita is sponsored by PepsiCo Foundation.

 

La Casita is curated by Bill Bragin, Lincoln Center Out of Doors; Melody Capote, Caribbean Cultural Center;  Lillian Cho, Consultant; C. Daniel Dawson, Arts and Media Consultant; LaTasha N. Nevada Diggs, Writer, Vocalist, Sound Artist and Curator; Claudia Norman, Claudia Norman Management; Shawn Termin, Smithsonian Museum of the American Indian; and Rich Villar, Acentos Foundation.

 

7:00 pm

Damrosch Park Bandshell

Camille A. Brown and Dancers: Mr. TOL E. RAncE

Camille A. Brown, Director/Choreographer

Music by Brandon McCune, Kurt “KC” Clayton, Jonathan Melville Pratt, and Scott Patterson

Scott Patterson, piano

Talkback session with Camille A. Brown follows the performance

 

Stew & the Negro Problem

 

Sunday, August 3

1:00 pm

Hearst Plaza

Heritage Sunday

Echoes of the Divine: Arts of the Turko-Persian Diaspora

Featuring Ahmet Erdogdular, Shashmaqam, Quraishi, and The Crimean Tatars

Presented in association with the Center for Traditional Music and Dance and the Center for Art, Tradition and Cultural Heritage

 

3:00 pm

Teatro Pregones, 571 Walton Avenue, Bronx, NY 10451

La Casita (See Saturday, August 2 for lineup.)

 

7:00 pm

Damrosch Park Bandshell

Tribute to Pete "El Conde" Rodríguez

Featuring The Cita Rodriguez Orchestra and Pete Rodriguez with Tito Allen, Herman Olivera,

Karen Joseph, Willie Torres, Eddie Montalvo, and Ray Martinez, and the Alma Moyo Drummers

With special guest star Johnny Pacheco

Presented in association with the Caribbean Cultural Center African Diaspora Institute

 

WEEK 3

 

MONDAY, AUGUST 4

6:30 pm

Walter Reade Theater, 165 West 65th Street, Plaza Level

Americanafest NYC

The Winding Steam (N.Y. Premiere)

Presented in association with the Americana Music Association and The Film Society of Lincoln Center’s Sound + Vision Series.

 

TUESDAY, AUGUST 5

6:30 pm

Walter Reade Theater, 165 West 65th Street, Plaza Level

Americanafest NYC

The 78 Movie Project (N.Y. Premiere)

Presented in association with the Americana Music Association and The Film Society of Lincoln Center’s Sound + Vision Series.

 

Wednesday, August 6

6:30 pm

Asia Society 725 Park Avenue at 70th Street

Artist Talk:

Ranee Ramaswamy, Aparna Ramaswamy and Rudresh Mahanthappa, co-creators of Ragamala Dance’s Song of the Jasmine in conversation with Rachel Cooper, Director of Global Performing Arts and Cultural Initiatives, Asia Society

Free admission;  no RSVP/tickets needed

Presented in association with Asia Society

 

Wednesday, August 6

7:30 pm

Damrosch Park Bandshell

Americanafest NYC

Emmylou Harris & Rodney Crowell

Robert Ellis

Presented in association with the Americana Music Association

 

Thursday, August 7

7:30 pm

David Rubenstein Atrium

Tift Merritt with Eric Heywood

 

7:30 pm

Damrosch Park Bandshell

Ragamala Dance with Rudresh Mahanthappa

Aparna Ramaswamy and Ranee Ramaswamy, Artistic Co-Directors

Song of the Jasmine (New York Premiere)

Commissioned score, performed live by Rudresh Mahanthappa, saxophone and ensemble

Presented in association with Asia Society

 

Song of the Jasmine is commissioned by the Walker Art Center (Lead Commissioner and Development Partner); the Krannert Center for the Performing Arts, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (Lead Commissioner), through its Advancing the Incubation and Development of New Work in Dance Initiative funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation; the Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center, University of Maryland (Co-commissioner); and Lincoln Center Out of Doors (Co-commissioner). Song of the Jasmine is supported in part by grants from the National Endowment for the Arts, New Music/USA’s Commissioning Music/USA program, the MAP Fund (supported by the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation and the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation), and the New England for the Arts’ National Dance Project (with lead funding from the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation and the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation). 

 

This engagement of Ragamala Dance is made possible through the ArtsCONNECT program of Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation with support from the National Endowment for the Arts.

 

From Chinatown with Love:

Chinese American Arts Council Dancers

Traditional Chinese dance

Presented in association with the Chinese American Arts Council

 

Kun-Yang Lin/Dancers

Be/Longing 2 (New York premiere)

Music by Cory Neale

Choreography by Kun-Yang Lin

Singers: Lenny Seidman, Davina Cohen

Presented in association with the Chinese American Arts Council

 

Friday, August 8

Americanafest NYC

7:30 pm

Damrosch Park Bandshell

Cassandra Wilson

The Campbell Brothers: A Sacred Steel Love Supreme (World Premiere; 50th anniversary celebration of John Coltrane’s A Love Supreme commissioned by Lincoln Center Out of Doors)

Featuring visuals by Brock Monroe, Joshua Light Show collaborator

Presented in association with the Americana Music Association

 

Saturday, August 9

Americanafest NYC

 

1:00 p.m. and 4:00 p.m.

Elinor Bunin Munroe Film Center Amphitheater

Heroes of American Roots: From the Historic Films Archives

 

1:30 pm

Hearst Plaza

Old 97’s

The Devil Makes Three

Additional artist TBD

Presented in association with the Americana Music Association

 

6:00 pm

Damrosch Park Bandshell

Rosanne Cash

The Lone Bellow

Buddy Miller & Jim Lauderdale

Presented in association with the Americana Music Association

Roots of American Music is sponsored by Toyota

 

Sunday, August 10

Americanafest NYC

1:00 pm

David Rubenstein Atrium

Symposium

 

SiriusXM’s “The Buddy & Jim Show” with Buddy Miller and Jim Lauderdale

Heroes of Americana: From the Historic Film Archives introduced by Joe Lauro

Talkin’ Blues: Music Makers Relief Foundation’s Beverly “Guitar” Watkins, Ironing Board Sam, and Dom Flemons with Tim Duffy in conversation with Coleman “Spike” Barkin

Presented in association with the Americana Music Association

 

5:00 pm

Damrosch Park Bandshell

Charles Bradley & His Extraordinaires

St. Paul & The Broken Bones

Bobby Patterson

Music Maker Blues Revue*

Featuring Dom Flemons, Beverly “Guitar” Watkins, Ironing Board Sam

Presented in association with the Music Maker Relief Foundation

Presented in association with the Americana Music Association

Roots of American Music is sponsored by Toyota

 

*Related Exhibition

We Are the Music Makers

July 9August 29, 2014

The New York Public Library for the Performing Arts

Dorothy and Lewis B. Cullman Center

Corridor Gallery

Exhibition Hours: 12–8 Monday and Thursday; 12–6 Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday. Closed Sunday.

 

All events are FREE; no tickets required

 

Events take place on LINCOLN CENTER’S PLAZAS between Broadway and Amsterdam Avenues, from West 62nd Street to West 65th Street (except where noted).  Take No.1 IRT to 66th Street/Lincoln Center Station) OR the A, B, C, D and No. 1 trains to 59th St/Columbus Circle.

 

Visit LCOutofDoors.org for complete schedule or call 212-875-5766 to request a brochure.

 

ABOUT LINCOLN CENTER OUT OF DOORS

Inaugurated in 1971, Out of Doors began as a small festival of street theater in collaboration with Everyman Theater (co-founded by actress Geraldine Fitzgerald.) Over its 43-year history, Out of Doors has commissioned more than 100 works from composers and choreographers and presented hundreds of major dance companies, renowned world-music artists, and legendary jazz, folk, gospel, blues and rock musicians. It has highlighted the rich cultural diversity of New York City with its annual “La Casita” project which offers poetry and spoken word, along with music and dance performances. Out of Doors has partnered with dozens of community and cultural organizations including the Caribbean Cultural Center African Diaspora Institute, Lincoln Square Neighborhood Center, Center for Traditional Music and Dance, and the Chinese American Arts Council. Since 2008 the festival has been produced by Lincoln Center’s Director of Public Programming, Bill Bragin, with Producer Jill Sternheimer.

 

Lincoln Center Out of Doors is a presentation of Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts (LCPA) which serves three primary roles: presenter of artistic programming, national leader in arts and education and community relations, and manager of the Lincoln Center campus. A presenter of more than 3,000 free and ticketed events, performances, tours, and educational activities annually, LCPA offers 15 series, festivals, and programs including American Songbook, Avery Fisher Artist Program, Great Performers, Lincoln Center Books, Lincoln Center Dialogue, Lincoln Center Festival, Lincoln Center Out of Doors, Lincoln Center Vera List Art Project, Midsummer Night Swing, Martin E. Segal Awards, Meet the Artist, Mostly Mozart Festival, Target Free Thursdays, and the White Light Festival, as well as the Emmy Award-winning Live From Lincoln Center, which airs nationally on PBS. As manager of the Lincoln Center campus, LCPA provides support and services for the Lincoln Center complex and the 11 resident organizations.  In addition, LCPA led a $1.2 billion campus renovation, completed in October 2012. 

 

About Bank of America

“Bank of America is proud of our longstanding partnership with Lincoln Center which enables residents and visitors alike to take advantage of the diverse arts programming that New York City has to offer,” said Jeff Barker, Bank of America New York City president.  “As one of the world’s leading supporters of access to the arts, we’re extremely pleased and excited to be the lead sponsor of Lincoln Center Out of Doors this summer.”

 

Bank of America is one of the world's largest financial institutions, serving individual consumers, small businesses, middle-market businesses and large corporations with a full range of banking, investing, asset management and other financial and risk management products and services. The company provides unmatched convenience in the United States, serving approximately 49 million consumer and small business relationships with approximately 5,100 retail banking offices and approximately 16,200 ATMs and award-winning online banking with 30 million active users and more than 15 million mobile users. Bank of America is among the world's leading wealth management companies and is a global leader in corporate and investment banking and trading across a broad range of asset classes, serving corporations, governments, institutions and individuals around the world. Bank of America offers industry-leading support to approximately 3 million small business owners through a suite of innovative, easy-to-use online products and services. The company serves clients through operations in more than 40 countries. Bank of America Corporation stock (NYSE: BAC) is listed on the New York Stock Exchange.

 

Visit the Bank of America newsroom for more Bank of America news. www.bankofamerica.com

 

Lincoln Center Out of Doors 2014 is sponsored by Bank of America.

 

Additional support is provided by PepsiCo Foundation, Disney, Toyota, Amtrak, Great Performers Circle, Chairman’s Council,

the Friends of Lincoln Center, and Young Patrons of Lincoln Center.

 

Public support for Out of Doors 2014 is provided by New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, Tom Finkelpearl, Commissioner, and the New York State Council on the Arts.

 

Operation of Lincoln Center’s public plazas is supported in part with public funds provided by the City of New York.

 

Endowment support is provided by PepsiCo Foundation and The Marie-Josée and Henry R. Kravis Foundation.

 

Artist Catering provided by Zabar’s and Zabars.com

 

MetLife is the National Sponsor of Lincoln Center

 

Bloomberg is the Official Sponsor of Lincoln Center Summer Programs

 

Movado is an Official Sponsor of Lincoln Center

 

United Airlines is the Official Airline of Lincoln Center

 

WABC-TV is the Official Broadcast Partner of Lincoln Center

 

William Hill Estate Winery is the Official Wine of Lincoln Center

 

“Summer at Lincoln Center” is sponsored by Diet Pepsi

 

Modern Luxury Lounge sponsored by Celebrity Cruises®

 

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