Bob Lukomski, June 10, 8 PM, Livestream/ Live Audience
Green Kill Gallery presents an evening of music for voice and electronics by Bob Lukomski.
Green Kill Gallery presents an evening of music for voice and electronics by Bob Lukomski on Friday, June 10, 8 PM. The event will be livestreamed on the Green Kill Sessions YouTube Channel and will be open to a live audience of 30. Tickets are 5 dollars. Go here to purchase tickets: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/bob-lukomski-june-10-8-pm-livestream-live-audience-tickets-355089290627
There are two Eventbrite ticket categories:
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Livestream tickets are for viewing the livestream performance online on personal devices. Livestream ticket holders will also receive a link to the video of the performance on YouTube for watching later.
Audience members who wish to attend a performance in-person will reserve a ticket to attend the livestream event.
In addition, in-person audience members will also receive a livestream link which they can watch later.
This audience is limited to 30.
Because COVID is still a potential hazard guests attending the livestream in person must be masked and vaccinated.
Bob Lukomski is an electroacoustic composer, producer and sound designer. He is a board member of the Poné Ensemble for New Music, and is artistic director of Quiet Village, an annual “anti-festival” of ambient music held in New Paltz. Bob has performed as a soloist and member of various vocal ensembles in the greater NYC area. He currently teaches composition and electronic music at SUNY New Paltz.
Drawing from diverse sources such as plainchant, art song, and popular and experimental music forms, Bob creates a meditative environment of mood and atmosphere. His voice, on its own and via processing and vocoding, forms the basis of his work. Sampled sounds and textures play off Bob’s minimalist synthesizers and vocals, coalescing in the space between music and environment. The performance will feature selections from his upcoming release, The Empty Space.
“There is a quiet assurance of purpose to Lukomski’s music. Apart from being quite lovely on its own terms, it is very much culturally active in the way that we expect radical art to be… He is a truly wonderful singer.”
- John Burdick, New Paltz Times
Scott Kent, Sound Engineer
Scott Kent originally came to Woodstock in 1988 to work for Bearsville Studios. He taught guitar at Abrams Music and the Kingston Conservatory of Music before moving to San Diego in 1993. He taught Band and Orchestra for San Diego Unified School District for 18 years and returned to Mt. Tremper in 2016. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Professional Music from Berklee College of Music and a Master’s degree in Jazz Studies from San Diego State University.