Sirius Quartet: Paths Become Lines album release party
New York, NY 10011
$20, CDs will be available for $10
For tickets, please visit HERE
After a 3-week run of critically-acclaimed concerts in Malaysia and Germany, we are preparing to kickstart 2016 with a concert at the cell, as a preview of some of the pieces on our sophomore album PATHS BECOME LINES under the Autentico label. This concert also features accordion virtuoso Peter Stan and bass powerhouse Ken Filiano in Gregor’s Colors of the East, title piece of our first Autentico album.
The concert will take place on January 18th, 2016, at 8pm.
Tell your friends!
Exciting news! Our latest album, “Colors of the East” and its CD release show just received a nice review from the New York City Jazz Record (June issue)! You can download a PDF copy of the upcoming publication by clicking HERE or grab a hard copy in any NYC jazz venues starting the beginning of June.
Grounds for Sculpture presents The Yass Hakoshima Movement Theatre featuring Yass Hakoshima with Sirius Quartet (with violinist Leonor Falcon in place of Gregor Huebner), in the performance of “Conversations with Sculptures” an afternoon of exciting physical drama and live music and fun for all ages.
Experience the singular journey with mime/movement artist Yass Hakoshima as he mesmerizes the audience with his “Good Luck Drawing” and other works, accompanied by exciting music performed by the extraordinary NY-based Sirius Quartet. With colorful costumes, unusual music, ancient Japanese mime elements and Western Dance Techniques, Hakoshima transforms his body into a dramatic instrument that expresses the synthesis of both Japanese theatre and Western dance.
Following the performance enjoy an informal Meet and Greet with the performers.
Saturday, May 16, 2015, 3:00 PM
Grounds for Sculpture
80 Sculptors Way Hamilton, NJ 08619
Performance: Free with Park admission
Adults $15.00, Senior (65+) $12.00
Students 6-17 or with College ID $10.00
Members and children 5 and under are free.
For information call: 609-586-0616
On the web: http://www.groundsforsculpture.org
The Gallery is accessible to people with disabilities.
For more information call: 973-783-9845 or e-mail: email@example.com
We are back in action! After a couple of months laying low for various reasons (including Chern Hwei returning home to Malaysia to celebrate Chinese New Year with his family, and Jeremy becoming a father!!!), things are up and running again at the Sirius camp. Lot of updates, so here we go:
SIRIUS QUARTET + FRANK ALMOND @ SYMPHONY SPACE, APRIL 13TH:
We may not be history buffs…but then again, we MIGHT BE. Take a break from those taxes and come hang out with us on April 13th at Symphony Space for a celebration of Thomas Jefferson’s birthday (who else?!).
We will be joining forces with Milwaukee Symphony concertmaster Frank Almond for the East Coast premiere of composer Victoria Bond’s concerto “Soul of a Nation,” featuring narration by Gerard Doyle of Jefferson’s own reflections and musings. Also on the concert will be the music of Kyle Gann and a few Sirius originals.
For tickets and more info: http://www.symphonyspace.org/event/8593/Music/cutting-edge-concerts-new-music-festival-2015
We are thrilled to be part of the latest album from our good friend, drummer and consumate artist Billy Martin (Medeski Martin and Wood). Wandering Music is a collection of Billy’s chamber music and percussion pieces and features an incredible line-up of guest artists including Bill Frisell, Nels Cline, Annie Gosfield, Anthony Coleman, Marcus Rojas, Ra-Kalam Bob Moses, Fang Percussion. Order your copy here! http://amuletrecords.shop.musictoday.com/Product.aspx?pc=AMCD36
COLORS OF THE EAST out APRIL 24TH, ALBUM RELEASE PARTY APRIL 30TH @ SHAPESHIFTER LAB
We are also psyched to announce that our latest album Colors of the East will be released in the US through Autentico Music/Naxos on April 24th!!! We will be celebrating with an Album Release Party at Shapeshifter Lab on Thursday, April 30th, and copies of the album will be available for sale.
About Colors of the East:
“With their latest album Colors of the East, Sirius Quartet puts forward the explosive, boundary-blurring compositions of violinist Gregor Huebner on full display. The title track is a piece inspired by Huebner’s own Romani heritage, rife with Balkan melodies and oddmetered grooves galore. Colors of the East sees the quartet’s ranks bolstered by the addition of accordion virtuoso Peter Stan and upright bass powerhouse Pascal Niggenkemper. Rounding out the album is Huebner’s String Quintet, a labyrinthine trip through the dissonant sound worlds of the classical avantgarde and modern jazz, and his New York Suite for string quartet, a homage to the city that Huebner has called home for the last 20 years; each movement a sonic snapshot of a different NYC neighborhood or locale. These pieces feature Gregor’s brother Veit Huebner on bass, and Sirius alumnus Mike Block on cello, respectively.”
For tickets and more info: http://www.shapeshifterlab.com/2015/03/23/apr-30-sirius-quartet-and-friends-meets-gunnar-geisse/
Hello, everybody! Bet you’re all bathing in the festive joy right now!
We are delighted inform you that we’re going to kick off the 2015 with a rare appearance in Joe’s Pub on January 12, 2015! We’re performing a selection of old and new pieces from our repertoire, we can’t wait to share with all of you!
We are sharing the bill with Inuit throat singer, Tanya Tagaq, the winner of the 2014 Polaris Award. She is no joke, you gotta hear it to believe it!
We hope to see you all there, happy Holidays!
p/s: To reserve tickets, please go to www.joespub.com
If you checked our calendar and decided that you want to come see us at 5pm, October 19th, 2014, chances are you won’t see anything. For this, we have to apologize because we made a mistake. The show is supposed to be at 3pm! Please take note. We appreciate your understanding.
The tour has been going as well as it can be so far, there are more shows to come after Taiwan. We will be flying directly to Germany, hitting the Jazzherbst Konstanz, playing to performances in Switzerland, then back to Germany again for a few more shows. Please click HERE to check out our calendar for more info! (no more mistakes, we promise!)
We are super excited to present the world premiere of John Escreet’s piano quintet compositions at the Rubin Museum at 7pm TONIGHT (Sept 26)! For the past two months or so, John and us have been workshopping his new compositions for piano and string quintet (or “piano quintet” in Classical terminology), shaping the pieces brick by brick, bit by bit. This is a precious experience for all of us and we will also bring it to the 2014 Taichung Jazz Festival on October 18th.
We’re also happy to realize (albeit a wee bit late) that this show got listed on the NY Times. Below is the link:
Please do not miss this exciting concert!