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Follow the River
An evening of music with composer Bruce Wolosoff and his daughter, songwriter Juliet Garrett

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Friday, September 6
8PM
$22-$70 ($20-$65 Members)

Eligible for Student Rush Tickets

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158 Main Street
East Hampton, NY 11937 United States
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Overview

The music of this local family emanates from Shelter Island, across the waters and around the world. An accomplished pianist, Wolosoff’s compositions integrate modern classical, jazz, and blues together into an authentic American voice. Garrett is working on her debut solo album, a folk rock project with blues and pop influences.


Bruce Wolosoff performs The Celestial Ruby, live at Guild Hall


Juliet Garret performs Traffic Light

  • Bruce Wolosoff

    Bruce Wolosoff is a composer and pianist whose work has been celebrated for the distinctive way it integrates modern, classical, jazz, and blues together into "an authentic American voice”.
     
    In recent years, Wolosoff has been composing music in response to visual art. Astronomer's Key, inspired by the artwork of Milton Resnick, was commissioned by the Roswell Artists in Residence Foundation in celebration of their 50th Anniversary. The Loom, inspired by the watercolors of Eric Fischl, was commissioned by the Eroica Trio and premiered by them at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston. for April a work for cello and piano inspired by the charcoal drawings of April Gornik was recorded by Wolosoff with Sara Sant'Ambrogio and released as part of a book of Ms. Gornik’s drawings. All three of these works have been recorded by the Montage Music Society and released in January 2019.
     
    Bruce Wolosoff’s Concerto for Cello and Orchestra was recorded in London by Sara Sant’Ambrogio and the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra. It will be released along with the Elgar Concerto and two pieces by Astor Piazzola in the fall of 2019.
     
    A frequent collaborator in the field of dance, Wolosoff has collaborated with choreographer Ann Reinking on two ballets for Thodos Dance Chicago. The White City, which was named "Best Dance of 2011" by the Chicago Sun-Times, and A Light in the Dark, based on the story of Helen Keller and Ann Sullivan, which premiered in March 2013. A film version of A Light in the Dark received an Emmy nomination for Outstanding Achievement for Arts Programming. Wolosoff is currently at work on a new Ann Reinking ballet based on the life of John Keats. 
     
    An accomplished pianist as well, Bruce Wolosoff received early acclaim for a recording of piano music by Ferruccio Busoni. More recently, he has performed and recorded his own compositions, including Shenandoah Variations, Many Worlds, Four Blues, and Darkling, I Listen, all of which are available internationally. Wolosoff’s discography also includes Songs without Words (18 divertimenti for String Quartet), on Naxos American Classics. 
  • Juliet Garrett

    Juliet Garrett writes honest, heartfelt, classic songs. Drawing influence from her musical heroes Joni MitchellCarole King, and Fleetwood Mac, she brings the tradition of 70’s formal songwriting into the modern day.  Garrett has played across Europe in such venues as the Spiritual Bar in London, the Jazz Club in Torino Italy, and the Malmo Live Concert Hall in Sweden. In New York, she frequently appears at venues such as Rockwood Music Hall and the Mercury Lounge. Her debut EP, Make Believe, was just recorded in London and will be released this fall. Upcoming dates in the NY area include performances at the Stephen Talkhouse in Amagansett and at Annie O's Standard Showcase Series in Manhattan. 

Event Sponsors

All Theater Programming is supported in part by Ellen Myers, Marders, the Daryl & Steven Roth Foundation, and funding from The Ellen and James S. Marcus Endowment for Musical Programming, The Harold and Mimi Steinberg Charitable Trust, Hess Philanthropic Fund, The Melville Straus Family Endowment, The Schaffner Family Foundation, and Vital Projects Fund, with additional support from Brown Harris Stevens, Saunders & Associates, and public funds provided by Suffolk County.
All Musical Programming supported in part by The Ellen and James S. Marcus Endowment for Musical Programming.
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