BIGGG stuff. Concert pianist Boram Choi will be performing the iconic Philip Glass solo Piano of 1989. By the time Philip Glass released Solo Piano in 1989, he was probably the most famous composer alive. Solo Piano represented Glass at his most ruminative and stripped-down. Where his ensemble pieces had a seamless, ecstatic quality, Solo Piano sounds mostly like what it is: A man alone at the piano. Hear this new take.
The performance will be followed by a screening of the Glass scored Koyaanisqatsi (1983).
No admission once the performance has begun, let's be respectful yeah.
Presented by Deeper Into Movies.
This is an 18+ event.