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New Ear Festival: FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 24
New Ear Festival: FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 24

Fri, Feb 24


New York

New Ear Festival: FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 24

Silvia Tarozzi | Biret Haarla Pieski & Hayden Dean | Tongues in Trees.

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Feb 24, 2023, 8:00 PM – 11:00 PM

New York, 169 Bowery, New York, NY 10002, USA

About the Event

Silvia Tarozzi is a violinist, improviser, composer and singer based in Italy. She studied violin, chamber music, contemporary and early music. For more than twenty years she has dedicated herself to a large palette of contemporary music languages, developing a personal sound world.

Hayden Dean is a Berlin based, UK born artist and composer whose practice revolves around installation and performative sonic art. Their work often centers on inner experience, language and reduction of hierarchies within sound and other materials. Dean’s work has recently been shown in the ZKM Center for Art and Media, Museum of Contemporary Art Gera. They worked with artist Aziz Hazara on the piece Takbir, presented in the 2022 Venice Biennale.

Biret Haarla

is a dancer and performer from Ohcejohka, the Finnish side of Sápmi. She holds diplomas from P.A.R.T.S and from the Finnish National Opera Ballet School. In 2021, she was awarded the Young Artists of the Year title by the Riddu Riđđu festival. Most recently her work with Gáddjá Haarla Pieski was presented at Baltic Circle, Kiasma contemporary art museum. She has also collaborated with Pauliina Feodoroff on the performance Matriarchy, Sámi Pavilion, Venice Biennale 2022, video installation Guhte Gullá / Here to Hear, Helsinki Biennale 2021 with Outi Pieski and with Marja Helander on short film Eatnanvuloš Lottit / Birds in the Earth, Sundance Film Festival 2018.

Tongues in Trees, alllows Indie dream pop and Indian rhythms collide in the band Tongues In Trees – John Schaefer, Soundcheck (WNYC). From their first musical meeting, Samita Sinha, Sunny Jain and Grey Mcmurray were a uniquely aligned trio. The band draws from North Indian classical and folk music, sonic texturing, propulsive beats and multiple languages to create a musical vocabulary of their own. 







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