Morrow & Rothenberg @ The Stone
A performance by Charlie Morrow and Jerome Rothenberg at
Corner of Avenue C & 2nd Street
New York, NY 10009
Sunday October 30 at 10:00 p.m.
for information, call 212 989 2400 x 540
The finale of a series curated by Phill Niblock of artists on XI Records.
Three Songs from the Society of the Mystic Animals
Song of Deborah
At Tsukiji Market Tokyo
Wave Music: Grand Conch Chorus
From 50 Caprichos, after Goya
The Sleep of Reason
The Company of Men
A Donkey and a Monkey
The First Horse Song of Frank Mitchell
Poet Jerome Rothenberg and composer Charlie Morrow have collaborated since the 1960s
on a wide range of works from songs to movies to the founding of the New Wilderness Foundation.
Their duo performances have been at the core of the collaboration.
Morrow is an internationally active sound artist and composer, noted for his explorations of shamanism,
public events and airwaves. His recent work is in True3D soundscapes.
Toot!, a triple CD retrospective of his work, was recently published by XI Records in New York.
Rothenberg is an internationally known poet with over eighty books of poetry and translations and ten groundbreaking
anthologies of contemporary and traditional poetry.
His books since 2010 include Retrievals: Uncollected & New Poems 1955-2010, Concealments & Caprichos, and Gematria Complete.