MALCOLM GOLDSTEIN at ECC at Korean Church of Boston
December 10, 2017

Non-Event Presents
Our December Experimental Coffee House


***note NEW VENUE!!***

ECC at the Korean Church
32 Harvard Street (entrance in back on Holden St)
Brookline (Brookline Village T stop/D line)
7 p.m. / $5-10 (sliding scale, all money to artist)

Architectural review of the chapel at the Korean Church of Boston

MALCOLM GOLDSTEIN, as composer/violinist, has been active in the presentation of new music and dance since the early 1960’s, in New York City, as co-founder of the Tone Roads Ensemble and as participant in the Judson Dance Theater, the New York Festival of the Avant Garde and the Experimental Intermedia Foundation. Since then he has toured extensively throughout North America and Europe, presenting solo violin concerts and appearing as soloist with new music and dance ensembles.

His “soundings” improvisations have received international acclaim for having “reinventing violin playing”, extending the range of tonal/sound-texture possibilities of the instrument and revealing new dimensions of expressivity. Numerous composers – as diverse as John Cage and Ornette Coleman – have written music for him.

Since the mid-1960’s Goldstein has integrated structured improvisation elements into his compositions, exploring the rich sound-textures of new performance techniques within a variety of instrumental and vocal frameworks. He has written extensively on improvisation and is the author of the book: Sounding the Full Circle.

This program is supported in part by a grant from the Brookline Commission for the Arts and the Boston Cultural Council, both local agencies which are funded by the Massachusetts Cultural Council. The Boston Cultural Council is administrated by the Mayor’s Office of Arts + Culture.