We’ll be streaming both of the shows in the main room tonight. At 7:30pm EST tune in here to watch the East Coast Chamber Orchestra perform the music of Beethoven, Stravinsky, Geminiani, and Kenji Bunch. This high energy, self-directed chamber orchestra has been getting a lot of attention lately, and for good reason. Tune in and watch them perform an eclectic set tonight from LPR.
Then, at 10pm EST, we’re changing gears with a noise-infused set of indie rock. Greg Fox and C Spencer Yeh headline a night that will also feature Hubble and The Dreebs. This set will be all over the place, but you really don’t want to miss Greg Fox and C Spencer Yeh if you haven’t seen them yet. Fox was voted the best drummer in NYC in 2001 by the Village Voice, and New York Times critic Ben Ratliff called Fox, “one of the most exciting drummers I’ve seen recently in any kind of music.”
You’ll be able to watch both of these shows in the player below, or you can head over to the Concert Window website and partake in the live chat during the show.
Upcoming Live Streams from LPR
03.27 – Gotham Chamber Opera Steps Out w/ Miracles of Modern Science and Gabriel Kahane, 8pm
03.28 – The Two and Sky White Tiger, 7pm
04.02 – Carrie Manolakos album release concert w/ Chris Ayer and Grace Weber
04.03 – Undead presents Eivind Opsvik’s Overseas and Dawn of Midi, 7pm
04.09 – Alexandre Tharaud, piano w/ music of Scarlatti, Debussy, Jean Wiener, and Clément Doucet, 7:30pm
04.15 – Gavin Bryars’ “The Sinking of the Titanic” performed in-the-round on the centennial anniversary of April 15, 1912 by Ensemble LPR and members of the Wordless Music Orchestra, 7:30pm and 10pm (two sets)
04.30 – Broadway Sings Adele, 7:30pm
05.03 – Khaïra Arby and Her Band, 7:45pm
05.29 – Timothy Andres, piano w/ music of Brahms, Schumann, Ingram Marshall, Ted Hearne, and Timothy Andres, 7:30pmposted by dustin