Rock for Honduras – And this Friday at teneleven
This past Saturday, one of the bands I play cello in, Colorform, performed in Hoboken, New Jersey with “Rock for Honduras“.
The event was attended by great people who graciously raised a bunch of money for the Esmirna School for the Deaf in San Pedro Sula.
Colorform consists of female vocals, cello, guitars, percussion, bass, and a visual artist who improvises an entire work of art on a blank canvas as the music plays.
Our shows are always a unique experience, but this day was particularly special. The venue, Willie McBride’s, has excellent sound (thanks Matt!) and a great warm vibe. (A characteristic, btw, which is much more rife in Hoboken than across the river in Manhattan)
The best part, though, was our impromptu “encore” on the sidewalk outside!
We play again this Friday!
May 20, 9pm
171 Avenue C (btw. 10th and 11th Streets)
East Village, NYC
For more about Colorform:
Posted on May 18, 2011, in music, NYC present and tagged art, artist, band, cello, colorform, group, live art, music, new york, new york city, nyc, pastel, shows. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.