Garth Stevenson to release new record “Flying” and perform live at 92Y Tribeca June 16th!
One of our favorites, Garth Stevenson has released his new CD entitled “Flying”. On June 16th Garth will be performing live with a full band at 92Y Tribeca to showcase his new tunes. You may know Garth either from his infamous hikes he leads at Wanderlust or from Elena Brower’s class that he often plays during. Here are some details on his show:
Thursday, June 16.
Garth Stevenson: 9:30-10:15pm.
John Shannon: 10:30-11:15pm.
92nd Street Y Tribeca Mainstage.
200 Hudson St. One block south of Canal St.
*Don’t confuse this with the other location on 92nd st.
$10 At the door
Here is what iTunes had to say:
Whether heard at yoga sessions or during reflective or climatic scenes in independent films, active ambient music provides the mostly instrumental soundtrack to life’s emotionally contemplative times. Double bassist, composer, and Berklee College of Music alumnus Garth Stevenson joins the likes of Brian Eno, Sigur Rós, and David Sylvian as a practitioner of this ethereal yet accessible genre. The western Canadian native’s Flying opens with the nearly 13-minute “Dawn”, a constantly unfolding exploration of longing strings and subtle electronics. “Horizon” follows with soothing, wordless crooning and quiet treble piano accompaniment. “Flux” introduces sensitive percussion underneath warmly kinetic keyboard and piano lines, while “The Southern Sea” offers the aural equivalent of effortlessly swimming underwater without ever needing to come up for air.
Watch the official Flying video below with some great footage of Garth in Antarctica:
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