Raphael Rogiński and Martyna Basta

Unsound—a festival and platform of adventurous music—takes over the David Rubenstein Atrium with two leading voices of the Polish avant-garde scene. Guitarist Raphael Rogiński is an expert improviser who draws from jazz, blues, and folk traditions from across the globe. Rogiński's key inspirations lie in his Jewish roots and the American outsider audio art of experimental composers and performers like Harry Partch, John Fahey, and Henry Cowell. For this performance, he'll present his interpretations of work by John Coltrane as well as his new Unsound-commissioned project Žaltys, inspired by Lithuanian mythology. Martyna Basta dissolves the borders between electro-acoustic experimentation, folk and ambient music, and opens the evening with a set of delicate atmospheric sound that Pitchfork calls "enchantingly enigmatic." This event is free, and is presented with Polish Cultural Institute New York in partnership with the Adam Mickiewicz Institute.
7:30 PM
David Rubenstein Atrium at Lincoln Center
New York, NY
Ticket Price: FREE

1887 Broadway
New York, NY 10023
United States