H2Opus: Thanks etc.

We did it and we did it well. Thank you to all of the H2Opus: Fluid Soundscapes musicians and composers: Lynn Bechtold – violin, Dan Cooper – 7-string electric bass, John Ferrari – drums & voice, Patrick Grant – keyboards & electric guitar, Marija Ilic – keyboard, Joseph Pehrson – keyboard & voice, Gene Pritsker – electric guitar & rapping, Kamala Sankaram – accordion & voice, Kathleen Supove – keyboard, Waterside Plaza and Community Affairs Director Yenneca Ketzis, WNYC Listener Supported Radio for their cultural support, and, of course, Aaron Friedman of Make Music New York who got this whole ball rolling, BUT ESPECIALLY all those in the public who came from near and far, old friends and new, who made this event one of those very rare NYC moments that remind us all why we choose to live here.

We have pictures HERE: http://www.flickr.com/photos/kimba2/sets/72157624329877692/detail/

…video & audio will follow shortly.

Thanks again. Summer 2010 in NYC has truly begun!

Patrick Grant

H2Opus: First Rehearsal for Make Music New York 2010

Here’s a slideshow from the first rehearsal of H20pus: Fluid Soundscapes for Multiple Composers, a special performance produced by Patrick Grant for Make Music New York taking place on Monday June 21, 2010 at Waterside Plaza, 23rd Street & The East River, from 7PM – 9PM.

In these photos from June 15: Composers Dan Cooper, Gene Pritsker, Joseph Pehrson, Kamala Sankaram & Patrick Grant with performers Kathleen Supove, Marija Ilic and Lynn Bechtold. Drummer/percussionist John Ferrari will join in beginning rehearsal No. 2.

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Pieces on the Program:

Lonely Ride Coney Island – Patrick Grant
Prudendurance Wet –
Joseph Pehrson
Wading for Bait Man –
Patrick Grant 
Water Possessed 4-
Gene Pritsker
Sounds of Sirens –
Patrick Grant
Lucid Intervals –
Patrick Grant
Deep Time 2-
Gene Pritsker
Solstice Bells –
Dan Cooper
Pilgrim –
Kamala Sankaram
Fishbowl – Dan Cooper
Design –
Dan Cooper