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and THE RIVINGTON SALON
A Halloween Celebration, Salon Inaugural Opening,
Reception Soir�e and Benefit
October, 30 2005 $12
Doors 7 pm, Music 8 pm,
The Rivington Salon, 6 Rivington St. Near Bowery.
Reception afterward � Cheap drinks.
For reservations and more information
please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
or call 917-913-3190
George Crumb, BLACK ANGELS for electric string quartet
Robin Hayward, CRANK SHAFT for solo violin
Rama Gottfried, DEATH OF SAMO�� for trombone quartet
Natacha Diels/Andrew Greenwald, XXXX for drumset and electronics
Sound installation(s) by Langdon Crawford
Art installation by Judith Braun
In collaboration with The Rivington Salon, Ensemble Pamplemousse is pleased to announce its first ever Halloween concert bonanza! In addition to George Crumb�s infamous string quartet Black Angels, three new works will be performed including the world premi�re of New York composer Rama Gottfried�s Death of Samo�� for trombone quartet, Natacha Diels� and Andrew Greenwald�s XXXX, for percussion and electronics, and the New York premi�re of Berlin-based composer and reductionist tuba virtuoso Robin Hayward�s Crank Shaft, for solo violin.
After indulging in the spooky sounds of Ensemble Pamplemousse we invite our costumed and civilian guests to partake in food and drink, and cavort amidst the artwork of Salon hostess Judith Braun and others, gaze at horror films projected on the walls, and encounter Langdon Crawford�s space sensitive sounds, all at The Rivington Salon�s inaugural event, on the eve of All Hallow�s Eve, arguably the most mysterious night of the year.
Proceeds will benefit the production of Ensemble Pamplemousse�s spring collaboration with composers Rama Gottfried, Natacha Diels and Tobias Wagner, performers Rich Bennett, Kiku Enomoto, Andrew Greenwald and Laura Usiskin and designer Scott Carpenter.