The (R)evolutionary Keyboard



In November of 1992, The Kitchen hosted an eclectic five-concert piano music series with performances by Anthony Davis, “Blue” Gene Tyranny & Ushio Torikai, David Weinstein, and Shelley Hirsch. The concerts ranged from classical piano to computer-generated experimental music, all focusing on the keyboard.

Supplemental Information

Anthony Davis Program [PDF]
Frederick Rzewski Program [PDF]
Advertisment [PDF]
The New York Times Review [PDF]
Flyer [PDF]
Press Release [PDF]
Calendar [PDF]

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