Mark Grisham about my performance at the inaugural edition of the Ear Pollen series in Atlanta GA…
“The featured performer, around whom the concert was constructed, was Andrew Levine of Hamburg, Germany, improvising in a compact array of instruments: Theremin, a small 0-Coast (“No-Coast”) analog synthesizer, a STEIM Cracklebox (“Kraakdoos” in the original Dutch) and a Haken Continuum synthesizer. It was a superb performance with a good feeling of looseness to it, and what was most surprising is that it was Levine’s first solo public performance ever. Prior to Wednesday’s show, he had only performed publicly in ensembles.” [EarRelevant 01/21/2020]
Many thanks to Klimchak for the invitation! I look forward to my next visit 🙂
Incidentally, I realized that the concert took place on Martin Luther King Jr.’s birthday when I visited the natural historic park on 01/16! The national holiday is always on the Monday following this date, which was confusing. Anyway, I feel humbled to have been able to able to give my solo debut on this very special day!