Brooklyn-based vocalist performs Bartók Quartets 3 + 4
David Longstreth’s become one of the most critically acclaimed singer/songwriters around, both as a soloist and as front man for indie sensations, the Dirty Projectors. He’s creatively collaborated with the likes of Solange, Diplo, Björk, and David Byrne while lending his experimental expertise to their tracks. This special performance will feature Longstreth’s adaptation of the Bartók Quartets 3 and 4 with his crooning melodic vocals and the musical flare of the Calder Quartet. Pro-tip: your tickets include museum admission on the day of the show, so might as well take advantage of it! Best available seating allocated by the venue on arrival.
"The DPs boss has been known for his liberal interpretations of others' songs in the past (i.e. Black Flag via Rise Above), so expect the pleasantly unexpected."