In conjunction with the opening of Greater New York, Sunday Sessions presents the work of three New York vocalists and composers from the alienating and howled vocals of Pharmakon; the negrogothic doom spirituals and counter tenor of M. Lamar to a rarely performed work by the late American composer Robert Ashley presented by experimental composer and vocalist Paul Pinto. ‘The Voice’ is accompanied by a work for the MoMA PS1 restrooms titled Bathroom Songs presented by New York soprano Gelsey Bell.
The VW Dome
3 PM – Robert Ashley, Love Is a Good Example, 1994; Performed by Paul Pinto
3.15 PM – M. Lamar, Tree of Blood
3.45 PM – Pharmakon
4.15 PM – Robert Ashley, Wolfman, 1969; Performed by Paul Pinto
1 PM; 2 PM; 3 PM; 4 PM; 5PM – Gelsey Bell, Bathroom Songs